Tropical Storm Nicole (which hit Florida as a Category 1 hurricane before weakening into a tropical storm once again) has mostly passed through Central Florida, although wind and rain are still happening in certain areas.
Disney World closed early on November 9th for the storm and reopened its theme parks in a late, phased reopening process the next day. The Orlando International Airport also closed, but now they’ve announced when the airport will resume commercial operations.
On November 9th, the Orlando International Airport announced that commercial operations would cease beginning at 4PM. They said that anyone with a flight booked during the closure should work directly with their airline regarding cancellations, refunds, and rescheduling.
Now, the airport has announced that “limited commercial operations will resume at [the] airport starting at 8PM tonight, Thursday (11/10/22).” This update affects domestic arrivals only. “Remaining international and domestic operations will resume tomorrow, Friday (11/11/22).”
Operational Update – Tropical Storm Nicole
Limited commercial operations will resume at our airport starting at 8 pm tonight, Thursday (11/10/22) – this will include domestic arrivals only. Remaining international and domestic operations will resume tomorrow, Friday (11/11/22). pic.twitter.com/okyKNavCk6
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) November 10, 2022
We’ll continue to watch for more updates that could affect your upcoming trip to Disney World, so stay tuned to DFB for the latest news.
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