airport CLOSED Sep 14, 2018 until Sep 25 at 23:59 UTC.

Flights to (ADVS) are being delayed or canceled because the airport is currently closed until approximately Sep 25 at 23:59 UTC .The situation is so bad that the FAA has decided to close until conditions improve.

This post is updated every 15 minutes. All times are listed in local time for the airport.

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Will my flight be impacted?

Probability your flight will be impacted based on how far in the future it is scheduled to leave:

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At this time the airport is currently closed and aircraft cannot take off or land. Flights to and from this airport are extremely likely to be canceled even after the airport reopens as it will take some time to get through the backlog of passengers waiting to arrive.

Why Is This Happening?

According to the FAA, the reason for the current delay is “HURRICANE FLORENCE (MULTIPLE AIRPORT CLOSURES, PLEASE CHECK NOTAMS)”.

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airport CLOSED Jun 4, 2018 until Jun 04 at 18:00 UTC.

Flights to (MGGT) are being delayed or canceled because the airport is currently closed until approximately Jun 04 at 18:00 UTC because the FAA has decided to slow down the flow of traffic through that airport.

The situation is so bad that the FAA has decided to close until conditions improve.

This post is updated every 15 minutes. All times are listed in local time for the airport.

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Will my flight be impacted?

Probability your flight will be impacted based on how far in the future it is scheduled to leave:

60 Minutes Three Hours Six Hours
MEDIUM LOW LOW

Since this is a temporary situation it is expected that the delay will not continue for very long. As such while your flight may see a minor delay it is not likely to be canceled unless there are other issues for that specific flight.

Why Is This Happening?

Airports sometimes experience situations where more aircraft are trying to take off and land than the air traffic controllers can safely handle. During these periods the air traffic controllers can slow down the rate at which new aircraft are allowed into the area. This process is called “metering,” and will end when the local air traffic controllers can safely handle normal operations again. As such there is no way to definitely say when the delays will end.

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