Hurricane Harvey affects air travel across the US

Hundreds of passengers were stranded at Houston's two busiest airports when runways were left underwater and more than 1,500 flights were canceled.
0:37 | 08/28/17

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Real Harvey is impacting so much across our country specifically air travel hundreds of passengers. Stranded at Houston's two busiest airports on Sunday with roads to both airports. Under water Southwest Airlines was able to evacuate many of them to Dallas but overall more than 15100. Flights have been canceled. Houston's hobby airport is closed until at least Wednesday. And officials say bush Intercontinental airport could reopen today depending on whether there's transportation access and available staffing at this point United Airlines has been hit very hard by the storm with 18%. Of its flights to cancel.

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