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Flights from Miami back up to 50%

Flights at North America’s busiest international cargo airport, Miami International (MIA), continue to get closer towards a fulltime schedule as they estimated to near 50% of their schedule.

The figures of cargo-only flights increased to 147 on 12 September with 158 passenger flight arrivals and 100 departures. Though a total of 526 flights were cancelled as they attempt to recover from the damage of Hurricane Harvey.

The airport expects all flights to be back up and running by weekend.

Yesterday American Airlines stated that the airline was “in the process of resuming limited operations at airports throughout Florida and the Caribbean. Resumption of service at all airports will be based on airport and roadway conditions, including the ability of our team members to get to work.

“We are also coordinating closely with our partners at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), TSA and US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). These three agencies must conduct their own assessment of their operations prior to any airline resuming service.”

As of Wednesday 13 September, limited operations had resumed at the following airports:

Antigua, Antigua (ANU)

Destin / Fort Walton Beach, Florida (VPS)

Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL)

Gainesville, Florida (GNV)

Jacksonville, Florida (JAX)

Miami, Florida (MIA)

Nassau, Bahamas (NAS)

Pensacola, Florida (PNS)

Port-au-Prince, Haiti (PAP)

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ)

San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU)

Savannah, Georgia (SAV)

Tallahassee, Florida (TLH)

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