Published: Tue, August 29, 2017
Money | By Oscar Reynolds

Harvey alters airline schedules - check your flights

Harvey alters airline schedules - check your flights

More than 1,480 US flights had been preemptively grounded by Sunday evening, according to flight-tracking service FlightAware. At the same time, 220 flights had been preemptively cancelled in the region with 40 cancelled on Sunday. The FAA expects that airport might reopen noon Monday.

The humanitarian rescue mission underscores the severity of Hurricane Harvey's impact on the Houston area.

Also, Southwest has suspended flights in and out of Valley International Airport for today. The FAA expects the airport to remain closed until August 30th at the earliest, although non-emergency flights do continue to operate. IB/OB roads are closed due to flooding.

Southwest Airlines says that there will be no more flights out of Houston through at least Tuesday.

Southwest did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment. Additionally, San Diego Customers will be able to enjoy nonstop service on Saturdays and Sundays to and from Puerto Vallarta, complementing daily global service between San Diego and San Jose del Cabo/Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. More problems were likely for the airports on Monday as flight schedules remained uneven across airports in Texas. Southwest offers 152 daily departures from Houston Hobby.

Travel to and from Southeast Texas started getting dicey yesterday, as a handful of cancellations trickled into Chicago.

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