HOUSTON -

Hundreds of flights have been canceled at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport a day after tornadoes whipped through North Texas.

An American Airlines spokeswoman says 424 flights were canceled Wednesday in and out of DFW airport, including flights by regional carrier American Eagle.

Andrea Huguely said about 800 flights were canceled Tuesday due to storms that damaged dozens of planes, which face inspections and repairs. She says 94 American and American Eagle remained out of service Wednesday.

DFW airport spokesman David Magana said about 1,400 stranded travelers spent Tuesday night in terminals.

A spokesman for Southwest Airlines says 46 flights were canceled Tuesday at the carrier's home base of Dallas Love Field. Southwest had no cancellations Wednesday.

The delays and cancellations created a ripple affect in the system, causing flights to be delayed or canceled at Houston's airports as well. At Bush Intercontinental Airport Tuesday, seven flights bound for Dallas had to be diverted. Three of them were international. 

At Hobby Airport, American Airlines canceled flights Tuesday night and some Southwest flights were either canceled or delayed.

"Trying to get back home now," said David Hecksel, a Dallas resident who was in Houston on business. "I'm not sure I'm going to make it."

"My flight was at 2:30...canceled.3:30...canceled. 4:30...canceled," said Craig Lentz, a traveler from Boston trying to get to Dallas. "I've been here for seven hours standing in line with a whole bunch of other people."

The flight information boards were filled with delayed and canceled flights, but by 8 p.m. Tuesday, some of the Southwest flights were only running a couple of hours behind. 

On Twitter, American Airlines warned travelers who were trying to re-book a flight that there were long hold times on their reservation lines.

Airline officials warned that more flight delays were possible Wednesday. 

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