The seventh-busiest airport in the country, Orlando International, says poor weather has impeded the delivery of reserve jet fuel, raising concerns that passengers may experience delays.
Airport officials reassured visitors on Sunday that backup preparations are in place.
Airport officials explained in a tweet that storms around the Gulf Coast had hampered the delivery of reserve fuel over the weekend.
According to airport personnel, the bad weather had passed, and the ships had sailed away.
The airport authorities stated that airline contingency measures are already in place if there are flight disruptions.
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An email inquiry about the gasoline issue received early Monday elicited no response from airport officials.
Orlando International Airport was the busiest airport in Florida and the sixth busiest in the United States in 2017, with 40.3 million passengers.
There were 50.6 million travelers via the airport in 2019, before the coronavirus epidemic.
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