Commercial flights will cease Saturday afternoon at Orlando International Airport due to Hurricane Irma, airport officials said.
OIA said all commercial flights will cease at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Many airlines are preparing for the Hurricane Irma, which is still packing 180 mph winds as of Thursday morning at 5am. American Airlines announced Wednesday that it will shut down operations at five airports in South Florida.
Most airlines are waiving their typical fees for air travelers who need to change their flights because of the storm.