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Flight Restrictions due to Hurricane Jeanne *Lifted*
*All flight restrictions have been lifted as of 1600Z on September 27, 2004*
Hurricane is currently over the Bahamas with 110 MPH winds and the following airports are closed as a result:
As of 0300 GMT on Sunday, Jeanne will be right off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida and at 1500 GMT on Sunday to be over Orlando with 75 MPH winds.
The Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (KFLL) was closed as of Sep 25 at 1800 GMT. The date/time when the airport is expected to reopen is not known.
The Orlando International Airport (MCO) was closed as of Sep 25 at 2100 GMT. The date/time when the airport is expected to reopen is Sep 27 at 1600 GMT.
Pilots are also warned of the following possible airport closures within the next 24 hours:
Miami, Florida (KMIA)
Jacksonville, Florida (KJAX)
Please check the actual and forcast weather prior to your flights and go to www.fly.faa.gov for the latest airport closures and delays.
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