Atlanta is one of the biggest airport hubs worldwide, and when severe weather hits the southeastern city, airlines and their customers can get totally screwed.
And because of a nasty thunderstorm battering the city this week, Delta Airlines has been forced to cancel some 3,000 flights, leaving scores of passengers stranded. The string of cancellations has continued from when the storm hit on Wednesday, with approximately 275 flights cancelled on Saturday morning, per Delta.
According to the Detroit News, Atlanta is Delta’s busiest airport, as 60% of its flights travel there on a given day. Because people love yelling airlines, Delta customers have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration, alleging poor customer service: