Orlando International Airport announced that due to the arrival and impact of Hurricane Ian, it will cease operations as of Wednesday, September 28 at 10:30 a.m.
Through a statement, the airport announced that it decided to cease commercial operations after consulting with the National Weather Service, airlines and federal partners.
According to airport authorities, travelers will need to contact their airlines directly for updates on their flights.
Likewise, the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority activated the airport’s Emergency Operations Center, which maintains direct communication with the airlines and the National Weather Service to stay informed about updates on the hurricane’s trajectory.
Additionally, travelers are encouraged to head to an official shelter, and avoid the airport, as it is not a designated shelter.
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