Airports in Florida are slowly starting to open once more for business flights following Hurricane Ian. For those who’re trying to fly in or out of Orlando, Tampa Bay, or Daytona Seashore, here’s what passengers must know.
Is Orlando Worldwide Airport open?
Orlando Worldwide Airport MCO) re-opened on Friday, Sept. 30 with passenger flights scheduled to start after midday (12 p.m.). For particular flights, the airport suggested passengers to achieve out to their respective airline instantly.
All roads to the airport have been open as of Friday morning.
Is Orlando Sanford Worldwide Airport open?
Sanford Orlando Worldwide Airport re-opened on Friday, Sept. 30, nevertheless, passenger flights didn’t resume. All passenger flights have been canceled Friday. Sanford caters to Allegiant Air, Swoop Airways, Aptitude Airways, and Solar Nation Airways.
It was not instantly clear when passenger journey would start once more.
Is Daytona Seashore Worldwide Airport open?
Daytona Seashore Worldwide Airport remained closed on Friday, Sept. 30. All flights scheduled on Friday have been canceled, in accordance with the airport’s web site. A gap date has not been introduced.
Daytona Seashore carries American Airways and Delta. Passengers ought to attain out to their airline for particular flight info and schedule updates.
Is Tampa Worldwide Airport open?
Tampa Worldwide Airport re-opened on Friday, Sept. 30, at 10 a.m. Tampa Worldwide Airport mentioned the airport didn’t maintain any harm throughout Hurricane Ian. As a consequence of an anticipated enhance in journey demand, passengers are suggested to reach to the airport at the least two hours early.