With the impending Category 4 hurricane, Orlando International Airport has announced that it will stop commercial service tonight. The major airport is now preparing for Hurricane Matthew.
Orlando International Airport (MCO) announced on Twitter that commercial service will stop at 8 p.m. tonight. It is expected to resume on Saturday after the airport is able to assess damage and clean up. The reopening is also subject to the availability of the staff.
Latest #HurricaneMatthew statement (10/6/16 Morning): pic.twitter.com/t1utV23fVl
— Orlando Intl Airport (@MCO) October 6, 2016
This is going to be a headache for a lot of people traveling this weekend, but hopefully those that are supposed to fly out tonight or tomorrow will be able to find lodging until normal service returns.
Again, Main Street Wishes is keeping everyone in the path of Hurricane Matthew in our thoughts. We hope everyone stays safe!
We will keep you updated as more hurricane related information is released.
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