Superstorm Sandy has little effect on flights out of South Bend
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Air travel is at a standstill at many East Coast airports as the region begins to clean-up after Sandy blew through on Monday.
Officials at South Bend Regional Airport said that most of their flights have not been impacted by Sandy.
But United Airlines did cancel at least one flight to Chicago.
The airline suggested customers take a bus to the Chicago airports to catch their connecting flights.
This created a travel frenzy for some passengers.
Dozens of flights have been canceled out of Indianapolis and Detroit.
More than 270 flights in and out of O'Hare were canceled as of Tuesday morning.