The last day of the year-end holiday travel rush is unfolding like since  for airline passengers: chaotic.

Airlines have canceled more than 2,500 Sunday flights across the country and into and out of the United States, according to flight tracker . That’s on top of more than 2,700 Saturday flight cancellations, bringing the total since Christmas Eve to more than 15,000 canceled flights. This weekend’s cancellations marked the worst two-day stretch of the holiday travel season and affected passengers on nearly every U.S. airline.

Blame Sunday’s mess on in key airline hubs including Chicago and Denver, and, at some airlines, continuing flight crew shortages due to a surge in COVID sick calls as .More than 600 of Sunday’s flight cancellations are flights to and from Chicago and more than 300 are flights to and from Denver.

The airlines with the

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