NEW YORK — Dozens of people waiting for JetBlue flights set up camp inside John F. Kennedy International Airport Monday, doing anything but traveling.

“My experience has been very bad," said Ada Torres, whose flight to Puerto Rico was canceled. "I have two girls with me who are sleeping on the floor since last night."

Torres said she and her two girls spent roughly a day sitting in JFK, waiting for a flight to Puerto Rico. Their initial booking had them leaving at 6 p.m. Sunday.

“No communication. They just said we have to wait and that’s it," Torres said, referring to her carrier, JetBlue.

Torres and her family are among the hundreds of JetBlue passengers stuck in terminals across the country, some taking video of their experiences.

"It normally takes a few days to fully recover when a storm of this size significantly impacts our two largest markets of New York and Boston, and our first priority continues to be restarting safely," Emily Martin, a JetBlue spokesperson, said in a statement. "We apologize to our customers for the inconvenience and we working to get them on their way as quickly as possible."

The Port Authority said many airlines are still short staffed due to the omicron variant.