Over 250 flights have been canceled at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Tuesday, Jan. 31, and potential delays are possible for patrons heading to the airport over the next few days, according to the airport’s communications department.

All airlines flying in and out of AUS are experiencing flight delays and cancellations today, according to the AUS dashboard.

While wait times are difficult to quantify, seven arrivals have been delayed longer than one hour, and nine departures have been delayed longer than one hour as of 2 p.m. today, said Sam Haynes, the airport’s communications manager.

"Passengers should know that even though our airport is open and flights can take off and land, airlines may have disruptions to their schedules caused by more severe weather at other airports," Haynes said.

Passengers need to confirm their flight is scheduled for take off before traveling to the airport, she said.

“Once passengers are at the airport, keep an eye out for closed roadways or walkways and please walk cautiously on surfaces,” Haynes said. “Give yourself plenty of time not just to travel roadways to the airport, but to make it safely inside the terminal and to your gate.”

Travelers can check roadway conditions at www.DriveTexas.org.

At this time, the only garage impacted by the icy conditions is the Blue Garage, Haynes said. The exit ramps for levels 3, 4, 5 and 6 are closed, and drivers should follow directional signage to use the entrance ramp to exit.