Airlines Cancel Flights Ahead of Hurricane Matthew

Major transportation hubs, including Atlanta, Miami and Orlando, are all expected to be affected by the Category 3 storm.
1:09 | 10/06/16

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The storm is kaugds major problems for flight ps. Gio Benitez is at Miami international airport. It's about to close, right? Reporter: That's right, Michael. You're talking about the airports in the southeast, talking about some of the biggest in the country. When this system is affected, the rest of the nation feels it too. We're looking right now, already, at more than 1400 cancellations. Most of those right here in south Florida. Miami international, where we're at right now this place will have no flights after 12:00 noon. Many of the planes behind me will be moved to safer locations. Ft. Lauderdale's airport will close around 10:30 this morning. Now we're looking at Atlanta. 100 cancellationings there. Tomorrow, we're seeing cancellations too. More than 1100 cancellations tomorrow. Orlando is going to be getting some big Numbers there. We're already look at more than 500 canceled already. No doubt once this storm passes, airline operation teams will be look at the tarmac, looking for any damage to fix it as soon as possible, George. The southeast is shutting down. Let's go back to Jing eer in

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