SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — Houston’s two largest airports remained closed Tuesday morning due to flooding from Hurricane Harvey.
And, with Tropical Storm Harvey forecast to make landfall once more Wednesday morning, it wasn’t clear when Texas would get a break from the rain.
Nonetheless, hopes have been excessive that Houston’s airports would reopen, if not by Wednesday, by Thursday.
“Plenty of what goes on at an airport, even on the terminals, is at or under floor degree the place the bags is processed and all of that kind of factor,” cautioned pilot and airline business blogger Patrick Smith.
“And actually,” he informed KCBS, “in numerous methods I feel this comes down to only easy human logistics. You’ll be able to’t have hundreds of individuals flying out and in as a result of the operation simply isn’t operating.”
“It’s not concerning the airplanes, it’s concerning the airport and the individuals who work on the airport,” stated Smith.
A number of carries acquired particular permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to evacuate 1,000 passengers who had develop into stranded on the airport.