CLEVELAND -- At Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Thursday morning, the lines were long as holiday travelers tried to get back on schedule.
"All airport and no sleep. Basically layovers, delays, cancelled flights, no fun," said Marc Robinson, of Cleveland.
There were lots of people leftover from canceled flights due to Wednesday's snow storm.
"I brought stuff to read so if it gets cancelled or it gets pushed back or something, I'll be here waiting for the next flight," said Chris Stalzer, of Toronto.
Southwest Airlines and United Airlines canceled early flights Thursday morning.
Most of the cancellations were flights heading east to New York and Boston.
"My flight here was delayed, and I'm on a flight to China, and I can't get on the next flight. So I have to wait until tomorrow at 10:35," said Ninki Zha, of China.
By Thursday afternoon, the lines started to dwindle down.
Weary travelers were ready to hop onto crowded flights.
"Just sitting here is just so boring and I am so tired. I only slept three hours yesterday," said Zha.