Southwest Airlines canceled all of its 220 flights from Chicago's Midway International Airport on Sunday due to a shortage of de-icing fluid.
Over 250 total flights from the airport were canceled.
The airline said it "expects to operate a close to normal schedule" on Monday.
Southwest Airlines canceled all of its 220 flights from Chicago's Midway International Airport on Sunday due to a shortage of de-icing fluid, the airline confirmed to Business Insider.
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(Reuters) - Southwest Airlines Co said its operations mostly returned to normal at Chicago Midway Airport on Monday after the breakdown of one of its plane de-icing machines forced the cancellation of some 250 flights on Sunday.
An icy winter storm moving across the Great Lakes forced Southwest Airlines to cancel all of its flights in and out of Chicago on Sunday.