Hurricane Sandy is forcing airports across the East Coast to shut down, which means flight delays and cancellations across the country.
While you may be able to easily fly out of Fresno, you may have problems with your connecting flights.
Flights as of Monday morning were all on-time but we're told some air traffic control towers on the East Coast are closed, which means thousands of flights have been canceled.
These cancellations are creating a ripple effect that is being felt across the country, forcing many delays.
Travelers headed to the East Coast will notice those delays if they are flying out of Fresno Yosemite International airport to a connecting flight at a bigger airport like San Francisco or Los Angeles.
Airport officials say the key is to contact your airline before heading to the airport. "It's important for passengers to check with their airlines to see what's affected by the storm," said Vikkie Calderon with FYI.
Airport officials say flight delays at connecting airports will likely go through the entire week.