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Houston’s airports resume limited operations

Houston’s two airports have reopened in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, but it will take a while longer for airlines to resume full service to the still-waterlogged Texas city.

Operations resumed at George Bush Intercontinental Airport on August 30 and at William P. Hobby Airport on September 2, including domestic and international flights.

Full flight schedules are not expected to resume until the end of this week, however.

More than 12,000 flights were cancelled as a result of the major hurricane, which brought major flooding to Houston and a swath of the Gulf coast reaching into neighbouring Louisiana.

British Airways began resuming service to Houston last weekend, while some domestic carriers expect to be back to full operations by the coming weekend.

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