Storms in other parts of the country could cause delays at Orlando airport

in Orlando News & Events


RLANDO, Fla. – Storms in the west and midwest parts of the country led to ripple effect delays at Orlando International Airport on one of the busiest travel days of the year.

More than 150,000 people were expected at the terminal on the day before Thanksgiving, which is considered the airport’s seventh busiest day, according to officials.

On Wednesday, travelers moved smoothly through check-in and security checkpoints, but some ran into departure delays for their flights.

Allison Standridge was flying back home to Arkansas with her family when she learned her flight would be leaving late.