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Tropical storm Ida grounds dozens of flights at US airports – ch-aviation

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Flights at several airports on the US Gulf Coast were cancelled or disrupted over the weekend with many remaining cancelled on Monday as Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana but weakened into a tropical storm as it moved to Mississippi, nevertheless bringing with it destructive winds and heavy flooding that left more than 100,000 people without power.
New Orleans Int’l was the worst affected with all flights cancelled from late on Saturday, August 28, through to the whole of Monday, August 30, according to FlightRadar24 ADS-B data. The airport on Monday was conducting damage assessments and said it expected all flights to remain cancelled on that day. So far New Orleans’ Airport has had 118 flights cancelled. The airport added that passengers should check directly with their airlines for more information.
Flights to at least 38 destinations were cancelled, including Dallas/Fort Worth, Dallas Love Field, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson, Orlando Int’l, Fort Lauderdale Int’l, Chicago O’Hare, Los Angeles Int’l, Denver Int’l, Las Vegas McCarran, Philadelphia Int’l, Washington National, Washington Dulles, Houston Intc’l, Charlotte Int’l, Boston, Tulsa Int’l, Miami Int’l, Seattle Tacoma Int’l, New York JFK, New York Newark, New York La Guardia, Houston Hobby, Austin Bergstrom Int’l, Richmond Int’l, VA, Salt Lake City, Phoenix Sky Harbor, Cincinnati Int’l, Charleston, SC, Baltimore Thurgood Marshall, Fayetteville/Springdale, Louisville Int’l, Norfolk Int’l, VA, St. Louis Lambert Int’l, Chicago Midway, Orlando Int’l, Tampa Int’l, Cleveland Hopkins, and Nashville Int’l, Flightradar24 ADS-B data showed.
Airlines which were forced to ground their flights included Spirit Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection, Southwest Airlines; JetBlue Airways, United Airlines and United Express; Breeze Airways, Alaska Airlines, and Allegiant Air.
Most flights at Baton Rouge, Gulfport, Jackson Evers Int’l, MS, Lake Charles Regional, Mobile Regional, Lafayette, LA, Pensacola Gulf Coast Regional, Alexandria, LA, were also cancelled on Sunday and many remained grounded on Monday. Additional destinations affected from these airports included Montgomery Dannelly Reg., Muscle Shoals, Milwaukee General Mitchell, and Kansas City Int’l, according to Flightradar24 ADS B-data.
American, Delta, and United between them had issued travel alerts for between nine to 14 airports in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas, also including Shreveport Regional and Monroe Regional which remained relatively unaffected, and Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Gulfport, and Hattiesburg/Laurel. United, JetBlue, and Spirit in travel alerts offered change fee and different fare waivers for the rebooking of flights.
Forecasters warned that heavy rainfall was possible through Tuesday across southeastern Louisiana, coastal Mississippi, and southwestern Alabama. Flooding is also expected in portions of the Tennessee and Ohio valleys and the Mid-Atlantic through Wednesday, according to the National Hurricane Center. Ida hit on the 16-year anniversary of Katrina, a Category 3 hurricane that ravaged the Gulf Coast.
Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Nora continues to lash Mexico’s Pacific coast with torrential rains and heavy winds, a day after causing floods and landslides that killed at least one person when a hotel partially collapsed in the town of Puerto Vallarta. Nora had been downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale to a tropical storm on Sunday afternoon, reported Aljazeera.
Flights to San José Cabo by JetBlue, Alaska Airlines, and Spirit Airlines have been affected, prompting travel alerts by the airlines that rebooking fees would be waived. Alaska Airlines also announced flexible rebooking rules on cancelled flights to Manzanillo Int’l, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán, Loreto, and Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo.
Avelo Airlines (XP, Burbank) will focus on Florida for its forthcoming base at New Haven airport in Connecticut.
The low-cost carrier said in a statement that effective November 3, it would connect New Haven to the following destinations in Florida:
“Connecticut residents told us they want more convenient and affordable options for flying to Florida and we listened. These four popular sun-soaked destinations are an ideal winter retreat. The refreshingly simple and smooth HVN small-airport experience will ensure our Customers depart relaxed and ready for some fun in the sun,” Chairman and Chief Executive Andrew Levy said.
Avelo has committed to invest USD1.2 million to help upgrade and modernise facilities at New Haven airport. The Connecticutian city is located around 100 kilometres northeast of New York and is…
The United States Department of Defence has enlisted 18 aircraft from six commercial airlines to assist with the evacuation of at-risk persons from Afghanistan under the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) mechanism.
The Pentagon said in a statement that it had ordered US Transportation Command to activate the first stage of the CRAF mechanism, covering the following contributions from commercial carriers:
The DOD said the requisition of aircraft would not impact the carriers’ commercial operations. While it did not disclose the specific types to be used for the air bridge, the aircraft in question will not be used for operations into Kabul or any other Afghan airport. Rather, they will operate from staging bases and interim transfer points – possibly including Doha Al Udeid in Qatar and Ramstein in Germany – for onward flights to the United States. Flights…
American Airlines (AA, Dallas/Fort Worth) continues to invest in its hubs and plans to bring back thousands of employees and hire thousands more as the airline rebounds from the COVID-19 dive in travel.
In response to increasing travel demand, the airline expects to open three new gates at Charlotte Int’l before the end of the year in addition to the four it had opened there in February 2020 just before the pandemic, bringing its total number of gates at the airport to 94, reports the Charlotte Observer. American also recently opened four new gates at its largest and most profitable hub at Dallas/Fort Worth and expects to operate a larger domestic network from there this month, compared to August 2019. It has also opened a new concourse at Washington National, which has allowed it to up-gauge the hub to larger aircraft.
Speaking on a recent earnings call with financial analysts, chief executive Doug Parker said American served 44 million passengers on nearly 470, 000 flights in the second quarter of 2021…
Mesa Air Group is planning to launch its European Union-based subsidiary, a joint venture with UK-based Gramercy Associates, in 2022 and not by the end of 2021 as previously announced.
“We continue to make progress on the project, and we are expecting to start operations in the calendar year 2022. Due to EU regulations, Mesa will be a minority partner in the JV, but Mesa will be providing technical support and expertise to help with the startup,” Senior Vice-President (Finance) Torque Zubek said during the carrier’s quarterly earnings call.
President and Chief Financial Officer Michael Lotz clarified that the launch would most likely happen in the first quarter of 2022. Although the airline previously said that the still-unnamed start-up would operate CRJ900s, it has yet to determine the source of the aircraft.
“We are just really looking closely at the cost-benefit analysis of taking a Mesa Airlines aircraft, reconfiguring it to all coach, getting it certified versus just potentially leasing an aircraft that may already be over in Europe in that configuration… We’re…
Editorial Comment: Adjusted number of CRJ-900s contracted to American. – 13.08.2021 – 05:38 UTC
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