SBN Airport passengers react to winter weather storm
SOUTH BEND, Ind. --- On Sunday, people were heading in and out a South Bend airport as a winter weather storm approached.
At least four flights were cancelled by the evening on November 25 due to a weather system expected to bring an inch or two of snow to Michiana.
“You know I’m not too worried about it no,” said Charles Miller, who was traveling to Chicago on the South Shore Line. “They [NICTD] know what they’re doing and I’m confident that they’ve prepared for this.”
Julie Curtis, a spokesperson for the South Bend International Airport, sent the following statement to ABC 57 News:
“The airport operations and maintenance team is well-prepared for the incoming storm. They will work around the clock to clear runways and taxiways to make sure both are clear for incoming and outgoing airplanes. Remember to check your flight status direct with the airline you are traveling with prior to heading to the airport.”