DFW Airport officials say airlines canceled more than 400 flights and diverted 42 others as a result of Sunday's storms.
Airport officials say concessions and TSA checkpoints will remain open late. They advise anyone who is traveling or picking someone up to check with the airline first.
Fox 4 Viewers sent us the attached photos of the enormous lines as a result of these cancellations.
DALLAS (AP) -- Thunderstorms and severe weather have forced significant delays and cancellations at both Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport.
More than 100 flights at both airports were canceled Sunday.
Flights leaving and landing at DFW Airport are being delayed by an average of about 1 hour, according to flight tracking website FlightAware. A ground stop earlier Sunday morning has been lifted at DFW, a key hub for American Airlines.
Flights coming into Dallas Love Field airport, which primarily serves Southwest Airlines, were being held at their airports of origin for much of Sunday morning. Arrivals at Love Field were being delayed an average of about 30 minutes.