Flights resume in most airports affected by Irma

A lack of hotel rooms available for airline crews in areas of South Florida affected by Irma are causing flight delays and cancelations at airports like Miami International Airport, the fourth-largest hub for American Airlines.
0:48 | 09/13/17

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An arm outlet that found the flight cancellations. Over the past week and a half from this morning mulls the float of commercial airports. Are now open again but flights around the storm zone are just starting to get back on track and David Curley has that force. Michael the airlines are really still struggling to get back up to service American it was only at 20% yesterday they hope to get to 100% by the weekend. Look at these pictures it shows you before the storm on the skies rent the re populated with planes that's the good news. But American tells us one of the problems for them with Miami being their fourth largest. Is it that aren't hotel rooms to rest their roots the Rio hotel rooms are filled with evacuees that they can't get the pilots in. Overall two airports closed operating at about 75%. In Florida right now. George thanks David.

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