Houston’s two commercial airports (IAH and HOU) are set to reopen on Wednesday afternoon as southeastern Texas begins to unravel the mess caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Bush Airport will be resuming limited flight operations today at 4 p.m. Here's everything you need to know: https://t.co/VQDzKRy7gW
— Houston Bush Airport (@iah) August 30, 2017
Hobby Airport will be resuming limited flight operations today at 4 p.m. Here's everything you'll need to know: https://t.co/8OlG7gwxCc
— Hobby Airport (@HobbyAirport) August 30, 2017
With thousands of flights already canceled by the storm the airports reopening is a major step forward in getting people and supplies moving. But the vast majority of flights will still not be operating for at least a day; it could be early next week before something resembling normal operations resume.
— Bryan Wood (@bryanwx) August 28, 2017
— AirlineGeeks.com (@AirlineGeeks) August 27, 2017
Southwest previously canceled all flights at Hobby through at least Noon on Thursday:
UPDATE: Flights to/from HOU have been cancelled through noon, Thursday.
Affected Customers can check status/rebook: https://t.co/mlAe9VbmGl
— Southwest Airlines (@SouthwestAir) August 29, 2017
United also announced that operations would be suspended through Noon Thursday. It expects to resume operations with only hub-to-hub flights for the first day, ensuring that it can staff the flights and keep things moving