DALLAS, Texas – Wednesday passengers at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport had no intention of being stranded due to the absence of precipitation in North Texas.
“We arrived in Miami from New York, said traveler Antasia Collins. “Then I received a message that our flight to Cancun had been canceled.” To reach Cancun, she and her husband were forced to detour from Miami to Dallas.
Wednesday afternoon, Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. There were about 900 hundred flight cancellations at Florida airports.
“Tonight’s flight has been canceled, stated traveler Martin Charles. Thus, I arrived this morning.”
More than 2.5 million individuals were need to evacuate.
“Michael Laplaca, a resident of Naples, Florida, remarked, “If you were looking to get away, you would either go to Miami or north.” “The gridlock we encountered when people eventually decided to flee was awful.”
He stated that experiencing this is mentally draining.
“”You are continuously riveted to the television, awaiting the next update,” Laplaca remarked. “It’s as if you are expecting the worst to occur, which is quite draining.”
Those who were able to depart and board an aircraft felt fortunate.
“”I anticipated delays because of the storm’s movement across the state,” Charles explained. “To reach Dallas, you must travel to the west. I awoke early this morning to confirm that the event was not canceled.”
The question now is how severe the damage will be when he returns.