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Last updated at 3:36 (UK time) 30 Dec 2010

United States travel advice - most airports are now open

30 December 2010

Airports reopen but flights are still subject to delays or cancellations.
Aeroplanes taxi on a snow-covered runway. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Following closures after heavy snow storms across the north eastern USA, most airports have now re-opened.

Flights may still be subject to delays or cancellations as work continues to clear the backlog. You should check your flight status with your airline before travelling.

For information on US airports, see the Federal Aviation Authority website.

Amtrak said most of its rail services were operating normally. Despite the resumption of service, there maybe some delays on travel to the Northeast Corridor.

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