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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – More than 100 flights have been cancelled Monday at Richmond International Airport (RIC).

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All Monday flight operations at the Philadelphia International Airport have been canceled, an airport spokeswoman said.

Delta said flights from Washington to Boston will stop Monday morning. The airline had already canceled all flights out of New York and Philadelphia starting Sunday evening.

United Airlines canceled about 3,700 flights between Sunday and Wednesday.

Both companies are allowing some customers to change their flight plans without paying any fees due to Sandy.

Delta will let those ticketed to fly between Sunday and Wednesday — to and from airports in 15 states and the District of Columbia — to reschedule by November 4. United’s offer applies to travel to and from 29 airports, for the same dates.

Other airlines, such as American, are offering a similar process, with slight variations.

Airport officials suggested travelers contact their airlines for specific flight information.

The following airlines serving Richmond:

Air Canada – www.aircanada.com

AirTran Airways – www.airtran.com

American Airlines – www.aa.com

Delta Air Lines – www.delta.com

JetBlue Airways – www.jetblue.com

United Airlines – www.united.com

US Airways – www.usairways.com

(The CNN wire contributed to this report)