As of today, September 29, many airports in Florida remain closed due to the now downgraded tropical storm Ian.
The storm was a category 4 hurricane when it made landfall in the southwestern region of Florida. The center of the storm headed northeast, coming within 40 miles of Orlando.
Airports affected include Jacksonville, Tampa, and Orlando.
- Tampa International Airport is closed, but currently slated to open back up at 10am Friday.
- Jacksonville International Airport was closed today, and has no information on reopening as of writing this article.
- Orlando International Airport was also closed today, and the website had no specifics on when it was opening back up.
It is uncertain at this time the full damage dealt by the storm, as news is still coming out about the current flooding.
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