JetBlue Suspends, Shuts Down Flights at JFK, LAX, LGA, BOS, EWR

January 6, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

JetBlue said it is shutting down flights at Kennedy Airport, the Los Angeles International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, the Boston’s Logan Airport, and the Newark airport.

JetBlue said that it is halting the flights to allow the airline to get back on track due to poor weather conditions over the weekend.

By 5 p.m. Monday, the flights will be shut down and will be stopped until 10 a.m. on Tuesday, CBS reported.

“We intend to be 100-percent operational by 3 p.m. (Tuesday). This plan allows for 17 hours of rest for our equipment and crew members and time to service aircrafts,” said JetBlue in a statement.

Many JetBlue flights have been impacted since cold and snowy weather hit much of the U.S. Friday.

“Delays and cancelations during this week’s winter storm placed planes and crews away from their previously scheduled routes. While our team has been working to repair schedules by bringing crews and planes back ‘into position’ and resume normal operations, further cancellations are still occurring as crews exceed their allowed duty times,” JetBlue said in a statement on its website.

JetBlue is offering a waiver for select Northeast airports on its website.