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North Runway to Close Temporarily for Repairs

Tuesday, January 21 to Sunday, January 26

The North Runway (10L-28R) at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will close for intermittent periods over five days, beginning at 10PM, Tuesday, January 21, 2020. The temporary closure is necessary to conduct ancillary work to the runway.
Closures scheduled for the North Runway:

Tuesday, January 21, from 10PM - Wednesday, January 22, at 6AM
Wednesday, January 22 from 10PM - Thursday, January 23, at 6AM
Thursday, January 23 from 10PM - Friday, January 24, at 6AM
Friday, January 24 from 10PM - Saturday, January 25, at 6AM
Saturday, January 25 from 10PM - Sunday, January 26, at 6AM

During this period, all arriving and departing flights will use the South Runway (10R-28L).

(Updated: 01/15/2020, 10AM)

Travel Advisory No. 3

Travel Advisory #3: FLL has reopened, and flight operations are resuming. There are roadway delays due to this morning's flooding. Plan accordingly by allowing extra time and contact your airline for the latest flight status. Some airport services, including the shuttle buses, are experiencing disruptions. (Updated: 12/23/2019, 6:15AM)

ravel Advisory No. 2

The entrance roadway to FLL is now open, and passengers are being allowed into the terminals. Flight operations have not yet resumed but are expected to shortly. Updates will be posted on Twitter, Facebook, and (Updated: 12/23/2019, 5AM)

Travel Advisory No. 1

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is currently closed due to severe rain and flash flooding. Portions of FLL are inaccessible and flights are not operational at this time. Updates will be posted on TwitterFacebook, and (Updated: 12/23/2019, 3:40AM)