The storm dubbed "Frankenstorm" is already causing scary problems for travelers. Thousands of cancelled flights have people stranded all over the country, including north Texas.
By 7p Sunday evening, U.S. airlines cancelled 1,300 flights, according to Flightstats.org. Nearly 4,000 have been cancelled for Monday..
Snday, at DFW International, the race was on. Thousands of passengers scrambled to get the last few flights out to the northeast.
As Hurricane Sandy looms off the coast, airlines are taking no chances.
"They just said you don't have a flight, so good luck," said flier Ryan Lester.
American Airlines alone has cancelled nearly 1,600 flights through Wednesday.
Already, some vacations are changing course. The worst story we heard came in Sunday from California.
"While we were in the air, they cancelled our flight from here to LaGuardia. So, we found out when we got here that our flight was cancelled," said Zach Albert.
The Alberts say they won't be able to fly to New York until Wednesday morning.
'We don't have a car, we have no clothes, we're not quite sure what we're going to do," said Caroline Albert.''"If you have any connections to the guy upstairs and you could shorten this storm up a little bit, it'd be awesome."
if you're heading to a city that's in sandy's path, most airlines, including american, will let you change you flight for free. that's even if it hasn't been cancelled.