Before the first flight was cancelled, the airport put their snow plan into action.
"We take care of the high priority assets that we have. Our main runway, our main taxiways that provide commercial service and we will forgo the work on the lesser used taxiways and runways and then we will get to those as needed," said Mike Giardino, Airport Director.
But even with the snow plan, it doesn't look like the runway will see much more action Friday.
"I had a flight that was suppose to leave this morning and it's been canceled now, shuffled around, this will be the fourth time, this one right here. If I get on it, this will be the fourth time," said Bruce Utter of Arizona.
"Planning to get down to South Carolina for my niece's wedding, so I'm a little concerned, my flight got canceled. It was suppose to leave around 10 a.m. this morning," said Mike Ramich of Rochester.
For now, people like Bruce and Mike, have no other option but to wait it out.
"I'm fine with it. It is what it is. Not going to change," said Utter.
It's unclear if travelers will face more problems Saturday, but Giardino did say he expects a busy Monday.