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Tampa Worldwide Airport will droop operations at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27 in preparation for Hurricane Ian, which is anticipated to make landfall this week on Florida’s western coast.

The airport mentioned the closures would “permit the Airport to arrange the airfield and terminals, together with the securing of jet bridges, floor gear, and any remaining plane.” The airport, its terminals, and parking garages can be closed to the general public.


The airport mentioned harm assessments would then start as quickly because it was secure to take action so as to safely reopen the airport.

St. Pete-Clearwater Worldwide, close to Tampa, mentioned it will droop its operations at 1 p.m. on Tuesday to adjust to a compulsory evacuation order. 

In Central Florida, Orlando Worldwide Airport mentioned it was working usually late Monday, however that it was monitoring Hurricane Ian for potential impacts.

Forward of the storm, many airways are permitting passengers to make adjustments to their flights with out extra charges.