Delta Air Lines said Thursday it has “largely resumed” flights in cities that Hurricane Michael passed through.
However, Panama City Beach Airport remains closed until Friday afternoon due to damage to the terminal and airport infrastructure, according to Delta.
The airline said its flights in the rest of coastal Florida and southern Georgia are operating on a normal schedule.
Atlanta-based Delta said it does not expect disruptions at its hub at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Thursday.
The airline said as the storm move across eastern North Carolina, it doesn’t expect flight disruptions but may need to adjust schedules if crosswinds exceed safety limits.
The airline has canceled about 80 flights due to Hurricane Michael, including all of its flights Wednesday in Panama City, Tallahassee, Destin - Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; Albany and Valdosta, Ga. and Dothan, Ala.
A Delta fare cap on flights to and from Destin, Panama City, Pensacola, Tallahassee and Mobile, is in place through Thursday. The cap is $299 for coach seats and $499 for first class. The airline is also temporarily waiving fees for baggage and pets in the cabin in certain cities.
Hartsfield-Jackson’s operations were not disrupted by the hurricane, according to spokeswoman Elise Durham.
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