Flights Back on Track After Monday’s Severe Weather

Things are back to normal at the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport after Monday’s severe weather caused some backups.

In addition to a large number of delays, four flights were cancelled due to bad weather in Dallas and Houston. Airport officials say although weather can sometimes cause an inconvenience for travelers, this time of year, it is expected.

Jim Foster, Assistant Executive Director of the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, says, “Well this time of year, you know, whenever you have those cold fronts come through with a lot of warm air from the Gulf and then the cold air coming down from the north, it can generate a lot of thunderstorms, and that can have a pretty negative impact on the flights.”

Airport officials tell News 25 that as of Monday, it’s nothing but blue skies and all flights are on time.

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