NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) -- Hurricane Matthew continues to cause problems for travelers, with 4,500 flights canceled so far between Wednesday and Saturday, according to tracking service FlightAware.
All flights to and from Orlando have been cancelled Friday and half scrapped Saturday. FlightAware expects that number to rise. Orlando's world-famous theme parks - Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld - all closed due to the storm.
Here’s the latest on Walt Disney World’s operating schedule due to Hurricane Matthew: https://t.co/PlrgFc4uNZ— Walt Disney World (@WaltDisneyWorld) October 6, 2016
A message on SeaWorld Orlando's website also read:
We are closely monitoring Hurricane Matthew. For the safety of our guests and ambassadors, SeaWorld is CLOSED on Friday, October 7. The park is expected to reopen by 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 8 and remain open until 7 p.m. with normal Spooktacular activities from 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Hours are subject to change. Please check back for the most up-to-date information as the weekend progresses. Thank you.
As the storm moves north, so do cancelations with Atlanta, Charleston and Savannah taking the largest hits.
Airports in Southern Florida are reopening, however, with flights expected to resume midday. Airlines moved planes and crews out of the storm's path and must now fly them back into the region.
FLL is now open. Our Terminals our open and our airline partners are implementing their plans to resume service later this morning.— Ft. Laude-Hlwd Int'l (@FLLFlyer) October 7, 2016
Flights resumed but at limited capacity. There are 305 flights canceled today. Before coming to MIA check flight status with your airline.— Miami Int'l Airport (@iflymia) October 7, 2016
American Airlines saw its first arrival at its Miami hub at 9:05 a.m. with a flight from Sao Paulo.
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