A U.S. Airways flight from Chicago to Toronto is cancelled due to a terror attack, an airline spokesperson said Monday.
Air Canada said in a statement that it will be rescheduling flights Monday from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and the Toronto International Airport, where the bombing occurred.
Air Canadian said its flights were canceled Monday due to the threat of a terrorist attack, and that all of its aircraft will be redirected to New York, Boston and Washington.
Air France has cancelled all flights to and from Paris, London and Frankfurt.
Tuviet Airlines said it was canceling all of the flights that were scheduled to depart Chicago’s Midway Airport and to New Orleans.
Turbotel, a company that manages the routes, said it had been informed by law enforcement officials that there was a threat of an attack.
Tavistock International, a US-based company that owns the airlines, said in an email that all flights between Chicago’s Chicago O’hare International Airport (CIN) and New York’s LaGuardia Airport will be rerouted.
Travistock said the flights were not reroutes due to an incident at the O’hare airport.