PORTLAND -- Flights to the Northeast were starting to get back to normal at PDX Saturday evening with many stranded passengers finding alternate ways to get home.
Airports in New York have been opening back up after the New England blizzard that dumped snow across the Northeast.
Some passenger opted to fly in to New York and drive to their destinations further north.
Incoming and outgoing flights were canceled Friday at PDX as the East Coast braced for a major blizzard.
Alaska Airlines canceled all flights to and from Newark, New Jersey, and Boston for Friday.
United Airlines said it has canceled a total of 900 flights for Friday in advance of the storm. Delta Air Lines Inc. canceled 740.
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New England got smacked with more than two feet of snow on Friday, while New York City is under a blizzard warning for as much as a foot or more. Almost 23 million people are under a Blizzard Warning.
The airports with the most cancellations on Friday are Newark Liberty, Boston's Logan International and LaGuardia, in that order, according to airline tracking website FlightAware.