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Houston Airports Ground Most Flights Amid Severe Weather


Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport has initiated its emergency response plan as severe weather disrupts air travel across the region. Travelers are advised to check directly with their airlines to confirm the status of their flights, as cancellations are widespread.

At the Corpus Christi International Airport, flights heading to both Houston and Dallas have been predominantly canceled due to the adverse weather conditions. Passengers are urged to monitor flight updates through official channels.

Kelly Woodward, Chief Operating Officer for Houston Airports, emphasized the cautious approach being taken in response to the unfolding weather situation. “As we go through the morning and assess the storm’s impact, we will determine when flights can resume. We are mobilizing all resources available to manage the situation effectively,” Woodward stated.

Airport officials stress the importance of safety and urge travelers to exercise patience and vigilance during this period of disruption. Essential personnel remain on duty at both Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport to oversee operations and respond to any emergent needs.

Collaboration with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Houston Office of Emergency Management is ongoing to coordinate response efforts and ensure the safety and well-being of all passengers and airport staff.

As the situation evolves, updates will continue to be provided to travelers, and efforts are focused on minimizing inconvenience while prioritizing safety and operational integrity across Houston’s airports.