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Hurricane Sandy will keep some travelers in Orlando for at least an extra day.
More than 200 flights were canceled Monday at the Orlando International Airport.
On Tuesday morning, the flight boards showed dozens more cancellations.
CHECK FLIGHTS: Orlando International Airport flight tracker
The storm is affecting travel all over the country. Airlines are cancelling hundreds of flights to the northeast as heavy wind and rain impacts the area.
Most airlines are allowing customers to change their flights without paying any fees.
Several people had their cruises re-routed or delayed. Only to find flight cancellations when they did get back into port.
"They delayed us coming into Port Canaveral for an extra day, so we all missed our flights and our connections," said one traveler.
Train travel has been affected, too. Amtrak cancelled nearly all of its service to the Eastern Seaboard on Monday.
Some trains will continue to run in Florida and in the Carolinas. Amtrak is offering customers refunds.