This morning we've spoken with representatives with Bluegrass Airport, they say with the exception of two cancelled flights, everything seems to be running smoothly. But that's not the case for folks on the eastern seaboard right now in the path of the storm.
It's hundreds of miles away, but still on the mind of airline passengers as they make their way through the terminal at Bluegrass Airport.
"Had the travel agent on speed dial this morning, he was checking on the flights. And so far everything looks good," said Greg Gillum, as he prepared for his flight.
Greg Gillum and his group from East Side Community Church in Richmond are catching an international flight after a quick flight up to Chicago.
They're heading to Portugal for a missions trip.
"Very important for us. We've been planning this trip since March," Gillum said.
"Hopefully we'll be able to get up before it hits in the midwest before it hits by tonight," added Gillum.
An airport representative says any back-ups in major hub cities can have a trickle down effect, so it's a good idea to keep an eye on flights as far ahead as possible.
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