Hurricane Irma – Miami Beach (Image Credit: CNN)
Following Hurricane Irma, there continues to be extensive cancellations to Miami International Airport and airports across Florida.
Airports including Miami,
Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Tampa are expected to gradually resume operations on Tuesday 12 September. Key West airport is expected to take longer to reopen.
Please see the links below for cancelled flights to/from London on:
Saturday 9 September 2017 – Many cancelled / rescheduled flights
Sunday 10 September 2017 – No flights to Florida
Monday 11 September 2017 – No flights to Florida & some cancellations to Atlanta.
Tuesday 12 September 2017 – Many flights to Miami and Florida have been cancelled.
Wednesday 13 September 2017 – Schedules largely returning to normal with some cancellations.
Airline Rebooking Policies
Here are airline rebooking policies for American Airlines, British Airways, Delta, Norwegian and Virgin Atlantic.
Operational updates from US airlines on domestic operations
Please see operational updates from
American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue and United
Broadly speaking, airlines expect to gradually resume domestic operations in Florida from Tuesday 12 September, pending infrastructure assessments. Key West airport is expected to take longer to reopen.
Hurricane information from US public bodies
The best source of information of the progress of Hurricane Irma is the
National Hurricane Center and its Atlantic operations Twitter feed as well as the National Weather Service.
There is also evacuation guidance from
The City of Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County.
Hurricane information from US domestic media
For television news coverage outside the US CNN International should be rebroadcasting CNN’s US domestic service over much of the weekend.
CNN and The Weather Channel are streaming coverage.
A large number of local TV stations in Florida are also streaming live coverage including:
WPLG – ABC 10, WFOR – CBS 4, WTVJ – NBC 6 and WSVN FOX 7.
WFTS – ABC 28, WFLA – NBC 8, WTSP – CBS 10 and WTVT – Fox 13.
WFTV – ABC 9, WESH -NBC 2, WKMG – CBS 6 and WOFL – FOX 35
Miami Herald is also free to access during the hurricane.
For more flight status information please see the arrivals and departures pages of
Gatwick, Heathrow, American Airlines, British Airways, Norwegian and Virgin Atlantic.