Storm Brings Delays on Hectic Day for U.S. Air Travel – The Wall Street Journal

Freezing rain and snow swept across the Northeast on Sunday, disrupting plans for millions returning home after the Thanksgiving holiday on what was expected to be the busiest day ever for U.S. air travel.

More than three million passengers had plans to fly with U.S. carriers on Sunday, the largest number for a single day, according to Airlines for America, an industry trade group. A record of 31.6 million passengers were expected to travel aboard U.S. carriers world-wide during the 12 days the group counts for Thanksgiving…