Airlines canceled hundreds of flights coming and going from the tristate area Friday and Saturday, according to flight tracking data. FlightAware, which tracks flights around the globe, reported 250 outgoing flights and 275 incoming flights canceled to and from LaGuardia, Newark Liberty International and John F. Kennedy International airports Friday. Nearby airports like Bradley International in Windsor Locks and Westchester County in New York reported approximately 18 cancellations in total, according to data from FlightAware. There was not data immediately available on Tweed in New Haven. On Saturday, as of mid-afternoon, LaGuardia, Newark and JFK had seen 81 incoming flights and 90 outgoing flights scrapped. More than 1,400 flights within, into or out of the United States were canceled Friday, while more than 1,700 were canceled on Thursday, according to the Associated Press and data from FlightAware. On Saturday, as of mid-afternoon, 759 had been canceled. Of the total cancellations Friday, American Airlines accounted for 320, while Delta Air Lines had 247 and Endeavor Air had 201. On Saturday, Delta reported 202 cancellations, while American had 152. Delta officials said a \u201cvariety of factors\u201d continue to impact their efforts to provide timely air travel. \u201cA variety of factors continue to impact our operations, including challenges with air traffic control, weather and unscheduled absences in some work groups,\u201d officials said in a statement. \u201cCanceling a flight is always our last resort, and we sincerely apologize to our customers for the inconvenience to their travel plans.\u201d Amid the cancellations, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg held a virtual meeting with airline CEOs Thursday to see how they will operate smoothly over the July 4 holiday and the rest of the summer. They also talked about how to improve accommodations for travelers who get stranded when their flights are scrapped, according to the Associated Press. In Windsor Locks, Bradley International had 10 cancellations Friday. Six of these were through American Airlines, three were from Delta and one was from PSA Airlines, according to FlightAware. Seven outgoing flights \u2014 two from Chicago O\u2019Hare, and one each from Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta, Reagan National in Washington, D.C., Charlotte\/Douglas International in North Carolina, Dallas-Fort Worth International and Detroit Metro Wayne County airports. Three incoming flights from Charlotte\/Douglas International, Detroit Metor Wayne County and Chicago O\u2019Hare International were also canceled, according to data from FlightAware. The airport reported five cancellations Saturday, according to FlightAware. Three were heading to Bradley \u2014 from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Raleigh-Durham International and Orlando International respectively. Two were leaving, heading to Hartsfield-Jackson and Raleigh-Durham. FlightAware did not have data on Tweed New Haven Airport. There were eight cancellations at Westchester County Airport Friday \u2014 five outgoing and three incoming. Five of these were from PSA Airlines, two were from Endeavor Air and one was from JetBlue. This story was edited to say that there was no flight data available on Tweed New Haven Airport. It was also corrected to say there were 18 cancellations on Friday between Bradley International and Westchester County airports.