Storm back east still affecting airline travel in Las Vegas
The storm back east is still affecting flights at McCarran International Airport Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Airline travel was still at a standstill Tuesday night because of Monday's superstorm on the east coast.
In the beginning, it was just flights to and from that area that were being affected. However, as the storm continues on its path, more and more flights are being canceled to cities like Boston and Cleveland.
As a result, many people who came to Las Vegas for a vacation or business are now stuck here.
McCarran says that it does not yet know when airline travel will return to normal.