As Hurricane Matthew, a major Category 4 storm, bears down on Florida and the southeastern US on Thursday, airlines serving the region have announced preemptive operational closures and flight cancellations. Nearly 2,400 preemptive flight cancellations have been announced. As of noon, Oct. 6, Delta Air Lines has shuttered operations at Miami International Airport, Fort. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Palm Beach International Airport, resulting in 130 total flight ...

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