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Hurricane Dorian 


Travel Advisory No. 9

FLL and North Perry Airports will resume operations at 12 Noon today, September 3. Please contact your airline for flight confirmation before coming to FLL. Thank you for your patience as we prepared the airports for resumption of operations. (Updated: Sept. 3, 2019, at 10AM)

Travel Advisory No. 8

Broward County intends to resume airport operations on Tuesday, September 3, after 12 Noon. The airport reopening will be confirmed at 10AM. We ask that you do not come to the airport before 10AM. Please confirm with your airline that your flight has been scheduled prior to coming to the airport. Access to the parking garages to retrieve vehicles will also not be allowed before 10 AM. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to restore airport operations while keeping the safety of employees and travelers in mind.   (Updated: Sept. 2, 2019, at 8:35PM)

Travel Advisory No. 7

FLL will close today at 12 Noon. Please remember that the airport is not a shelter. The airport will reopen when it is safe to do so for our employees and passengers. Future updates will be posted on TwitterFacebook, and fll.net. (Updated: Sept. 02, 2019, at 8:37AM)

Travel Advisory No. 6

Due to expected tropical storm wind conditions, FLL will close on Monday, September 2, 2019, at 12 Noon until further notice. Airport officials, in coordination with the airlines and the FAA Tower, will determine when the airport will reopen. Once FLL reopens, please check with your airline to find out the status of your flight. Hurricane-related updates will be posted on TwitterFacebook, and fll.net. (Updated: Sept. 01, 2019, at 9:25PM)

Travel Advisory No. 5

FLL is currently operational. At this time, no determination has been made as to when the airport will close. Should this change, airport officials, in coordination with the airlines and the FAA Tower, will announce when the airport will close. Any future update will be posted to our social media platforms and on fll.net. (Updated: Sept. 01, 2019, at 2:15PM)

Travel Advisory No. 4

We are continuing to monitor Hurricane Dorian's projected path.  Currently, Broward County is under a tropical storm watch, however, FLL and North Perry Airport remain operational at this time. Some airlines have canceled flights for today into Tuesday. Please check with your airline about any changes to your flight schedule. Limited on-site parking at FLL is still available for ticketed passengers only, but garages are filling fast so consider being dropped off or choose off-site parking. Hurricane-related updates will be posted on TwitterFacebook, and fll.net.  (Updated: Sept. 01, 2019, at 10AM)

Travel Advisory No. 3

FLL and North Perry Airport are operational today as we continue to monitor Hurricane Dorian's projected path. A few airlines have begun flight cancellations for Sunday into early next week. Please check with your airline to see if your travel plans may be impacted. Limited on-site parking at FLL is still available for ticketed passengers only, but garages are filling fast so consider being dropped off or choose off-site parking. Hurricane-related updates will be posted on Twitter, Facebook, and fll.net. _ Updated: August 31, 2019, at 10AM)

Travel Advisory No. 2 

We are continuing to monitor Hurricane Dorian's projected path. Currently, FLL and the North Perry Airport are open and operating normally. We encourage passengers to monitor flight status with their airline. The parking garages at FLL are filling up rapidly, and only ticketed passengers will be allowed to park on-site. Please consider being dropped off at the airport or choose off-site parking. Hurricane-related updates will be posted on social media (TwitterFacebook) and fll.net. _ (Updated: August 30, 2019, at 10 AM)

Travel Advisory No. 1

The Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD), the operator of FLL and North Perry Airport, is closely monitoring Hurricane Dorian and its projected path. Both airports are fully operational at this time. Passengers are advised to stay in touch with their airline for up-to-date flight information. BCAD will update impacts to the airports when available on Twitter, Facebook, and fll.net.  _ (Updated: August 29, 2019, at 9:50 AM)


 

New Pedestrian Crosswalk Signalization Project

Crosswalk Signalization Live Testing

On Monday, August 19, 2019, FLL's newly-installed traffic signal system will undergo live testing from 5 AM to 12 AM (midnight). The traffic signals are located at Terminals 2, 3, and 4 on the lower level at the pedestrian crosswalk. During this period, the system will be fully operational to test and adjust the timing sequence. We kindly ask motorists and pedestrians visiting the airport to heed the traffic signal direction during this activity. Crossing guards will be in place to assist with the traffic flow. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience as we work to improve the guest experience. 


(Updated: August 16, 2019)



 Pedestrian Crosswalk Signalization Construction Underway

Work on a new pedestrian crossing system is underway to improve traffic flow and the safety of our guests using the terminal roadways. Construction has started on the lower-level crosswalk outside Terminal 2 and runs from January 2-11, 10 PM to 6 AM. During this phase, one lane will close overnight resulting in possible traffic delays. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience as we work to improve the guest experience.

(Updated: January 3, 2019)

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