Travelers hoping to fly out Tuesday faced . 

More than 1,400 U.S. flights werehave been canceled as of 3 p.m. ET, according to .

Southwest has the highest number of cancellations among U.S.-based carriers with 385, representing 12% of the airline’s scheduled flights.

“Following the that moved across the country this week, operational planners at Southwest are working to get our aircraft and crews back in place to support a more normal operation,” the airline said in a statement to USA TODAY. “We appreciate the patience and support from our customers as the Southwest team works diligently and safely to get customers to their destinations as soon as possible.”

Utah-based SkyWest has the next highest cancellations with 190, representing 9% of its scheduled flights. Third highest among domestic carriers is JetBlue

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