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Travel Advisory: Airlines issue travel advisories ahead of Tropical Storm Bill

Travel Advisory: Airlines issue travel advisories ahead of Tropical Storm Bill

American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines, have issued travel advisories after Tropical Storm Bill made landfall in the state of Texas earlier today. Delays and cancellations are imminent due to severe thunderstorms, flooding, and high winds.

Travel Advisory: Airlines issue travel advisories ahead of Tropical Storm Bill

Courtesy: NOAA

We suggest that you keep an eye on your flight before heading to the airport, you don’t want to drive in bad weather to then find out that your flight has been cancelled.

Airports affected by the advisories:

  • Austin, TX (AUS)
  • Beaumont/Port Arthur, TX (BPT)
  • Corpus Christi, TX (CRP)
  • Dallas Love Field (DAL)
  • Houston Bush Intercont’l, TX (IAH)
  • Houston Hobby, TX (HOU)
  • Oklahoma City, OK (OKC)
  • San Antonio, TX (SAT)
  • Tulsa, OK (TUL)

Please check with your airline to see if your city is part of their travel advisory. You may click on the airlines’ name above to visit their advisory page. It may be wise to be proactive and reschedule your flight if your plans are flexible and think you will be affected.

Not all airlines have issued an advisory for all of the airports found above.

Click here to follow the storm via the Weather Channel

National Hurricane Center: Tropical Storm Bill

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