If you’re planning to fly out for a vacation at Walt Disney World in the next few days, you may want to think again.
Just like Disney is taking precautions with park and resort cancellations, Orlando International Airport (MCO) is following suit to ensure the safety of passengers.
Starting Monday at 2 AM, Orlando International Airport will be closed until further notice.
Since Hurricane Dorian has now slowed and is becoming stronger (according hurricane hunters and models), it has developed into a Category 4 hurricane. Due to potentially dangerous conditions into and out of Florida, flights are being canceled, and the airport is planning to close ahead of the storm making landfall. Airport officials have advised passengers with booked flights to check with airlines for more information.
Stay safe, everybody!!
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