Orlando International Airport to Resume Passenger Flights on September 30

Orlando International Airport has announced they will resume passenger flights starting tomorrow, September 30 now that Hurricane Ian has finally passed.

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The airport previously ceased flights on Wednesday and closed its terminals.

Orlando International Airport will resume commercial operations tomorrow, September 30 at 12:00p.m. according to their Twitter account. The full statement reads as follows:

“After conferring with the National Weather Service, airlines, and federal partners, it has been decided that Orlando International Airport will resume passenger flights after 12:00pm Friday, (09/30/22). Travelers are advised not to arrive at the airport for their departure prior to 10 a.m., so the airport and partners can prepare working areas to better serve our customers.

This decision was made after a thorough investigation of any property damage and a careful consideration for the safety and security of the traveling public and airport employees. All roads leading into airport property and parking facilities will reopen Friday morning.

The airport’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will continue a 24 hour-a-day monitoring of airport activities and airport leaders will work with industry partners to determine if any further adjustments to airport operations plans are necessary.

Travelers are advised to contact their airlines and rental car companies directly for individual flight and rental car information.”

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