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After being closed on Monday, September 11, many Florida airports are operating limited services from Tuesday, September 12.

The following airports are operating limited services and hope to start full services today, Wednesday, September 13, or by the latest Friday, September 15:

• Key West International Airport
• Tampa International Airport
• Daytona International Airport
• Miami International Airport
• Orlando International Airport
• Fort Lauderdale International Airport

All the airports advise travellers to confirm their bookings with the airline before heading to the airports.



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