MINNEAPOLIS — Some cancellations and delays are still in effect at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Friday following a major spring snow storm.

Several morning arrivals from mid-western destinations like Duluth, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Bismarck are cancelled. A majority of departures, however, are still listed as on-time.

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On Thursday, more than 500 flights were cancelled at MSP.

Airport officials told KARE 11 that one of the biggest factors is that planes cannot be de-iced because of the wind.  

Officials say people should check the status of their flight before heading to the airport.

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More than half a dozen airlines operating out of MSP had already issued travel waivers ahead of this week's winter storm.

Most of the airlines are issuing waivers for flights scheduled on April 10 and April 11.

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Traveling this week? Check the list below to see if you can re-book your flight for free:

Delta

Tickets have to be reissued on or before April 14, and the new flights must leave on or before April 14.

More details are available on the Delta website.

United Airlines

Change fees and difference in fares will be waived for new United flights departing on or before April 14 for flights originally booked for the 10th and 11th.

New flights must be rescheduled in the originally ticketed cabin and between the same original cities.

Southwest

A travel waiver is being offered for flights scheduled for April 10 to April 12.

Fliers can revise travel plans in the original service class within 14 days of their original travel date. The new flight must be between the original cities with no extra charge.

American Airlines

The change fee for American Airlines customers traveling through MSP may be waived if your ticket was purchased before April 9, 2019 for a flight scheduled on April 10 or 11.

For more details, visit the American Airlines website.

Sun Country

The airline is waiving fees for customers changing flights as long as original tickets were purchased before April 8, 2019 for flights on April 11 and April 12.

Click here for more details.

Spirit

For travelers scheduled to fly between April 10 and 11, Spirit is waiving the fair difference and modification charge through April 14.

Air Canada

According to their website, Air Canada is revising its ticketing policy for MSP travelers with flights on April 10 and 11. 

Customers can make alternate travel arrangements without penalty using their online rebooking tool, space permitting.

Frontier

Customers scheduled to travel through MSP and several other airports on April 10 and 11 can make one itinerary change with fees waived.

Tickets had to be purchased on or before April 9, 2019, and travel must be completed no later than April 26, 2019.