Authorities up and down the East Coast have a simple message for anyone planning to travel in that area this weekend, stay home.
One week after a fire at Miami International’s fuel farm destroyed the pumping system used to bring fuel to the airport, a spokesperson said no delayed or cancelled flights from Miami were reported Wednesday.
Travelers at Miami International Airport better pack their patience. That’s because numerous flight cancellations and delays are still being reported in the wake of Wednesday night’s fuel farm fire. One airline has been hit particularly hard.
A major winter storm that is dumping snow, ice, freezing rain, and even severe weather over much of the nation is causing travel headaches at South Florida airports.
As runners lace up for Sunday’s ING Miami Marathon commuters will have to stay put. That’s because parts of downtown Miami and other areas will be shut down, and some delays are expected as early as Saturday.
Storm conditions in the Northeast have begun to ease leaving weary, stranded travelers hopeful that they may reach their destinations sooner than expected.
It was a busy day at Miami International Airport, but holiday excitement seemed to permeate the bustling airport.
Turnpike motorists headed north from the Florida Keys and Homestead may experience traffic delays at the Homestead toll plaza this weekend, due to construction activities.