Airlines cancel flights as Hurricane Dorian looms | ABC News
Airlines cancel flights as Hurricane Dorian looms | ABC News Airlines cancel flights as Hurricane Dorian looms | ABC NewsWe’Re already seeing the effects of hurricane Dorian on holiday travel, more Airline waivers are being issued as the storm closes in is that the world’s busiest airport Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, with the latest this morning good morning, 2 time. It is a busy morning of travel behind me here at the airport. We are not seeing any flight cancellations due to the Storm at this moment, but I can guarantee you that is going to change. Six airlines are now offering travel waivers, Southwest American Spirit, JetBlue and United in for flights in and out of the Caribbean and now Florida. The Florida list is getting especially long. Nearly every major airport on the east coast of Florida, Fort Lauderdale, Melbourne, West Palm Beach, Jacksonville just to name a few, and most of these are for flights starting tomorrow, 17 cruise ships have now rerouted their schedules to avoid the storm impacting tens of thousands of Travelers Florida’S three largest airports are now pairing for high winds in Miami they’re, asking the airlines to tie down large pieces of equipment or remove them from the Airfield Eva on a holiday. Thanks for checking on ABC News. Youtube channel, if you’d like to get more video, show, highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News at 4. Breaking news alert thanks for watching Carriers are also issuing travel waivers for travelers flying out of 32 airports, mostly in Florida and the Caribbean.
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