Frustrations rose Sunday as more than 50 additional JetBlue flights were canceled at Logan Airport.
These cancellations come after more than 700 JetBlue flights to and from Boston last weekend were either canceled or delayed, leaving thousands of people stranded. According to JetBlue, last week's disruptions were due to severe weather in the southeast and technical problems on their end.
A spokesperson for JetBlue told NBC Boston the disruptions are due to staffing shortages.
"Despite hiring more than 3,000 new crewmembers already this year, like many businesses, we remain staffing constrained and these disruptions exacerbate an already challenging staffing situation," an airline spokesperson said in a written statement.
The airline anticipates making "a small schedule adjustment through the rest of the month," the statement read. "We sincerely apologize to our customers for these disruptions, and we are working to cancel flights in advance whenever possible so they have time to adjust their plans and do not need to show up to the airport."
JetBlue Airways has already announced that the airline is planning to trim its summer schedule to avoid flight disruptions.