Just a few days ago, we shared the official news that the Orlando International Airport was closing at 2am on Monday, September 2nd in an abundance of caution towards Hurricane Dorian.
But recently, the official Twitter of Orlando Airport has shared an update.
Hurricane #Dorian Statement – 8/31/19 Evening
Orlando International Airport will continue with operations on Monday, September 2.
The latest update will always be pinned to top of our page. Passengers: Please check with their airline for updates regarding your specific flight. pic.twitter.com/dn611dSy87
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) September 1, 2019
As of yesterday evening, the airport has REVERSED its closure for September 2nd, and operations will be running normally. Based on updated storm forecasting, the airport will be operating as usual at this time. They advise you to check their Twitter for any updates.
Hurricane Dorian is currently a very strong Category 5 Hurricane over the Bahamas, that could still greatly impact central Florida. We will keep you posted with any updates!
UPDATE to original post: As of Tuesday afternoon, the Orlando International Airport has announced it will be closing early Wednesday morning to prepare for Hurricane Dorian. Click here for more info.
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