Updated Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Hurricane Ian is inflicting airports to shut and airlines to cancel flights and offer passengers journey waivers.
Orlando International Airport (MCO) plans to stop commercial operations at 10:30 am on Wednesday, September 28, until it is safe to resume flights.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) will droop operations at 5 pm today.
Other airports in the vicinity are remaining operations Tuesday and Wednesday as properly. Others are advising travelers to be organized for canceled flights.
Airlines offering journey waivers due to Hurricane Ian
Many airways have posted journey advisories and are providing no-rate tour waivers to passengers flying to, from, or through airports in Hurricane Ian’s direction.
Alaska Airlines has a Hurricane Ian-associated travel alert published for 5 airports.
American Airlines has issued a journey alert for 20 airports in the western Caribbean and Florida, permitting clients whose travel plans are laid low with Hurricane Ian to rebook without exchange prices.
Delta Airlines has a travel alert for 20 airports.
JetBlue’s journey alert for Hurricane Ian applies to journey via eight airports.
The journey advisory for Southwest Airlines impacts travel to and via a dozen airports.
And the United Airlines travel alert applies to eleven airports.
Of path, all this may change depending on what happens to the typhoon. So if you are traveling in the following few days, be sure to check together with your airline to see if flights are running.