Harvey alters airline schedules - check your flights

Be sure to check the Eppley Airfield schedules if air travel is on your agenda. Harvey is having an impact on flights.

Both major airports in Houston have been closed amid severe flooding blamed on Tropical Storm Harvey. Eppley officials announced Sunday all nonstop flights to and from airports in the Houston, Texas area for August 27th and August 28th have been canceled as a result of the impact from Hurricane Harvey.

A Houston Airport System statement at midday Sunday said George Bush Intercontinental Airport and Hobby Airport are closed to commercial flights until further notice.

Officials say roads in and out of both airports are shut down due to flooding.

Hurricane Harvey made landfall late Friday night along the Texas coast about 230 miles southwest of Houston, but it wasn't until late Saturday night that what became Tropical Storm Harvey began bringing torrential rains causing flooding to the Houston area.

The airport system's website says Bush Intercontinental Airport is 23 miles north of downtown Houston and provides service via 29 passenger airlines.

Hobby Airport is 7 miles south of downtown Houston and is served by four passenger airlines.

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