Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
JetBlue ticket holders may experience some flight delays at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Thursday due a data outage Wednesday night.
As a powerful Nor’easter moves up the East Coast, thousands of travelers are finding themselves stuck in airports, their flights a ‘snow go’, if you pardon the pun.
Demolition got underway Tuesday of the two story parking garage at the Airport Hilton in Dania Beach.
It’s another day of delays and cancelations at South Florida’s airports as an arctic blast wreaks havoc to our north.
Demolition crews are scheduled to get to work Monday on tearing down the Airport Hilton’s two story parking garage. The garage and the hotel itself have to go to make way for a new runway at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Winter storms which have blanketed states to our north have left some travelers stuck in sunny South Florida. Sunday morning at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International 29 departing flights and 15 arrivals from cities including Newark, Indianapolis, Boston and Chicago had been cancelled.
If you’re planning on flying out of town for the Christmas holiday, you are going to have plenty of company. Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport expects 1.2 million travelers will pass though their terminals over the holiday period which began Saturday, Dec. 21st and runs through Sunday, Jan. 5th 2014.
A massive winter storm is still causing chaos for travelers at South Florida airports, even as the sun shines brilliantly against blue skies locally.
It looks like Mother Nature decided to play nice over the busy Thanksgiving travel holiday.
A major storm system barreling over the mid-Atlantic and Northeast did not cause widespread flight delays or cancellations on Wednesday as originally feared.
This is going to be a busy week at South Florida’s airports. More than 900,000 passengers are expected at Miami International Airport during the eight-day Thanksgiving travel week from Monday, November 25 to Monday, December 2nd.