Texas FAA flight control center evacuated due to odor

Flights at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport delayed after partial evacuation of a nearby government air traffic control center because of a rank odor

FORT WORTH, Texas -- At least 100 flights at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport have been delayed after the partial evacuation of a nearby government air traffic control center because of a rank odor.

The incident began late Thursday morning at the FAA flight control center near the airport, where controllers manage high-altitude flights.

The FAA website says flights arriving at DFW were being delayed an average of about 45 minutes.

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