The Hurricane Harvey is lashing the State of Texas, Houston the most affected city.
Heavy rains and floods are affecting the State of Texas, in the United States, and many airports are still with problems on its flights.
This is the situation today, updated at 10:45am Houston Time (3:45pm UTC).
- William P. Hobby Airport (HOU): 169 flights cancelled. The Federal Aviation Administration said that the airport would stay closed until at least Wednesday as historic rainfall is expected to bring some 50 inches to the city. “All commercial operations at Hobby Airport have ceased until further notice. No flights in/out and roadways in/out are closed”. said the Airport Authority on Twitter.
- George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH): 571 cancelled flights and 2 delays today. “All commercial flight operations have been stopped until further notice. IB/OB roads are closed due to flooding”. said the Airport Authority on Twitter.
- Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW): 31 flights cancelled and 17 delays.
- Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL): 21 cancelled flights and 6 delays.
- San Antonio International Airport (SAT): 18 flights cancelled and 2 delays today.
- Corpus Christi International Airport (CRP): American Airlines resumes regular schedule between this airport and Dallas-Fort Worth Airport (DFW) this morning at 10:00am. Remnents of Harvey might impact Southwest and United getting back up and running at Corpus Christi Airport, since all of their flights go to Houston. airport authority asks to keep in contact with the airlines (particularly United and Southwest) directly to confirm the flight before departing for the airport.
- Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS): 18 flights cancelled and 3 delays. Passengers are reminded to continually check the flight status before arriving at the airport
- Valley International Airport (HRL): It began to operate.
- McAllen-Miller International Airport (MFE): The airport works normally.