Mother Nature still throwing a wrench in travel at Kelowna International Airport

Arrivals have been cancelled and delayed due to snowfall

As snow continues to fall around Canada, flights from Kelowna International Airport continue the pattern of delayed and cancelled.

A quick search of the arrivals list shows that flights from Edmonton, Vancouver and Victorial appear to be particularly challenged.

As for departures, those are mostly running on time with a few set back for up to an hour.

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Security wait times are currently estimated at 10 to 15 minutes.

To see where the arrivals rothat has a flight scheduled for today should check the airport’s website ylw.kelowna.ca for the status of arrivals and departures.

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