Hundreds of flights have been canceled by American Airlines and American Eagle as the carrier assess the hail damage to its planes at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.
American spokesman Ed Martelle said that 68 American Airlines aircraft and 33 American Eagle planes were being inspected for damage. Between the two carriers, 40 flights have been diverted from DFW and 450 arrivals and departures have been canceled.
Southwest Airlines only had two planes on the ground at Love Field when the severe storms rolled through Dallas.
Southwest spokesman Paul Flaningan said it has canceled 21 arrivals and 25 departures at Love Field and is hoping to resume normal operations later today.