DETROIT, Mi. (My TV20 News at 10) --- Hurricane Sandy is forcing airlines to cancel thousands of flights nationwide, including hundreds flying out of southeast Michigan airports.
At Detroit's Metro Airport, you can find plenty of red on the board depicting canceled flights.
The board lets passengers know which of the more than 200 flights have been canceled because of the storm.
Airline employees are expecting more of the same Tuesday, as the storm makes its way across the northeastern U.S.
Call your airline before you head to the airport to get the latest flight information.