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Re: Kingston FIR outage

Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:28 pm

With Irma-limited operations in Florida, what will this affect other than flights in and out of Jamaica? ATL-South America?
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Re: Kingston FIR outage

Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:27 pm

Confirmed the outage is due to a lightning strike. Right now information of the Kingston FIR outage has been relayed to the US ATCSCC from their contacts at the Havana FIR. All efforts to contact Kingston FIR for additional information, from all airlines and facilities, have gone unanswered so far.
 
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HAV open or closed

Sun Sep 10, 2017 12:23 am

Is Jose Marti airport in Havana Cuba open or closed due to hurricane Irma.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:11 am

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I'm noticing that TPA still has plenty of flights left for today :confused:


Probably extra flights for evacuees, but they better start hunkering down the airport if they haven't started already. If Irma continues its track as a CAT3 and enters from the south into Tampa Bay instead from the Pinellas side, it's going to be a bad event for the Tampa side of the bay, and wouldn't be surprised if TPA takes damage since it sits adjacent to the water.

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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:19 am

Would it be beyond the realm of consideration to see Delta evacuate ALL of its AC out of ATL and place them at say DTW, MSP, SLC, etc.? Cease all ATL operations?
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:53 am

What will airlines do with their planes? Planes cost millions so I doubt airlines don't want to take risks. Do they fly planes out of Florida and store as many of them as possible to hangars?
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:34 pm

Is there any airport in Florida currently open?

Is there a single plane on the ground (not in a hangar) at any airport in Florida?
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:54 pm

FR24 isn't always accurate, but the only thing in Florida's airspace appears to be a solitary Falcon jet.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:54 pm

finnishway wrote:
What will airlines do with their planes? Planes cost millions so I doubt airlines don't want to take risks. Do they fly planes out of Florida and store as many of them as possible to hangars?


Well, there aren't very many commercial flights that operate totally within Florida, compared to flights to other states or countries, though there are some, of course. So planes can depart Florida close to schedule for destinations out-of-state or out-of-USA, and simply not return from their destination until it is safe to do so. That takes care of a lot of them. Then for the remaining planes, they are ferried to airports out of the predicted hurricane track. For example AA has moved its remaining planes to DFW, B6 to SWF. No need to put them close to hangars, unless they need maintenance, they'll just be parked wherever there's room and doesn't affect operations.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:09 pm

I am amazed at those who keeping posting about airlines "basing" planes in a certain city. That simply doesn't exist, planes are owned by the company and are based wherever they happen to stop. Or they are at a maintenance base in work. It's the AF that bases planes at specific places
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:26 pm

Even cruise ships are coming to the rescue for some on the USVI and possibly other islands to mainly evacuate tourists and bring in some supplies. Their original cruises were cancelled from the storm and had to be out at sea anyway and not at docks to be safe. They most likely would dock if possible at FFL or MIA, I suspect not until at least Tuesday, hopefully when the their airports can reopen. Still ground support staff, roads, lack of electric power, clean water, storm damage and lack of fuel may only allow a partial return of service, but enough to get many 1000's home.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:34 pm

Aircraft are held at upline outstations or hubs that are not impacted by the storm.
Aircraft that would otherwise be flying between affected airports have been ferried revenue/non-revenue out to unaffected airports (WN and AA primarily)
Aircraft that would have been on the ground for maintenance, with the multi-day advanced notice would either have been finished-up before the storm and ferried out, or not started maintenance and flown out to an unaffected zone.

The only time you really have a problem is an AOG situation with an aircraft in an non-airworthy condition that couldn't be flown out of the area. That has happened before but highly unlikely in most cases.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:35 pm

NK moved their operations center from Florida and set-up temporary operations center in their new hangar in DTW. They ferried out and have put up about 250 families in the DTW area to help keep the airline running.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:49 pm

GalaxyFlyer wrote:
I am amazed at those who keeping posting about airlines "basing" planes in a certain city. That simply doesn't exist, planes are owned by the company and are based wherever they happen to stop. Or they are at a maintenance base in work. It's the AF that bases planes at specific places


Airlines do base aircraft at particular airports, they then routinely fly out and back routes to their hub, or "W" routes with an intermediate return sector from the outstation. BA as an example have a LHR 772 fleet and a LGW 772 fleet, occasionally a plane might be transferred from one fleet to the other, but its not part of the usual flying pattern.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:28 pm

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AJMntheSkies wrote:
Another question - where/where did G4 send their aircraft based at SFB and PIE? Surely they can't just be parking them on the ramp when there was time to get them out...
I'm curious and looked but I can't find any flights under G49XXX or G48XXX for movement, or are they just leaving their planes at the destinations out of SFB for return? Or just on the ramp?


I believe there are several G4 aircraft currently parked in IND.


Did some more digging and saw that most of G4's MD-80s (and some A320s too) from SFB were sent to CVG on 9/8. Might make for some interesting pics. Many of G4's A320s were sent to IND as noted above.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:37 pm

Bit of forward planning, BA have sent a B777 G-VIIX to Bermuda Sunday afternoon, ETA 18:40 to wait overnight and then fly into Florida all things permitting to pick up customers. No flights planned for TPA until Wednesday.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:42 pm

readytotaxi wrote:
Bit of forward planning, BA have sent a B777 G-VIIX to Bermuda Sunday afternoon, ETA 18:40 to wait overnight and then fly into Florida all things permitting to pick up customers. No flights planned for TPA until Wednesday.

G-VIIX is the same 777-200ER which BA sent from LHR to BGI last Friday to bring St Kitts passengers back to LGW on Saturday.

These flights are in addition to BA's first special flight, from LHR to ANU on Monday, which brought back to LGW 326 passengers the next day.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:57 pm

It appears Silver Airways made a secondary move of their SF340s this morning. 17 Silver SF3s moved from PNS to JAN between 4:00a.m. and 9:20a.m. today. A departure every 20 minutes to move them further out of harm's way.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:14 pm

AJMntheSkies wrote:
AMollenhauer9 wrote:
AJMntheSkies wrote:
Another question - where/where did G4 send their aircraft based at SFB and PIE? Surely they can't just be parking them on the ramp when there was time to get them out...
I'm curious and looked but I can't find any flights under G49XXX or G48XXX for movement, or are they just leaving their planes at the destinations out of SFB for return? Or just on the ramp?


I believe there are several G4 aircraft currently parked in IND.


Did some more digging and saw that most of G4's MD-80s (and some A320s too) from SFB were sent to CVG on 9/8. Might make for some interesting pics. Many of G4's A320s were sent to IND as noted above.


Here is the ramp with all of Allegiant's planes parked at CVG:

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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:35 pm

An Airbus KC2 Voyager has just landed at BGI, having departed from RAF Brize Norton late this morning. Barbados is being used as hub to distribute aid. This aircraft, together with the C-17 Globemaster III and Airbus A400M, is being used to transport two Puma helicopters, troops (including Royal Marines), engineers, emergency shelter kits, rations and clean water to the region.

British Overseas Territories, namely Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Montserrat and Turks and Caicos Islands, have been badly hit by hurricane Irma.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:01 pm

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For example AA has moved its remaining planes to DFW...


They have also parked a boatload of them at CLT - this is a view of about half of the ramp in front of the big maintenance hangar:

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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:26 pm

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finnishway wrote:
What will airlines do with their planes? Planes cost millions so I doubt airlines don't want to take risks. Do they fly planes out of Florida and store as many of them as possible to hangars?
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Well, there aren't very many commercial flights that operate totally within Florida, compared to flights to other states or countries, though there are some, of course. So planes can depart Florida close to schedule for destinations out-of-state or out-of-USA, and simply not return from their destination until it is safe to do so. That takes care of a lot of them. Then for the remaining planes, they are ferried to airports out of the predicted hurricane track. For example AA has moved its remaining planes to DFW, B6 to SWF. No need to put them close to hangars, unless they need maintenance, they'll just be parked wherever there's room and doesn't affect operations.


Huh? Florida is probably the fifth largest intra-State market after CA, TX, AK and HI. An entire airline - Silver Airways - exist to fly the large intra-State markets.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:34 pm

FWIW, B6 parked a lot of planes at SWF Where did NK park its planes?
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:48 pm

It was the worst storm in the world. But it weakened after landfall at Cuba (contrary to original prediction of over Bahama) and did not restrengthen as much as expected after leaving Cuba, thus when it hit FL it is a Cat 3 instead of Cat 5. Also, it hit the Keys instead of Floridan southeastern coast which also limited its damage to metro area over there.

These are limited by the accuracy of forecast. Of course some would say why force people away from their home when it aren't even certain exactly how hard will the area be influenced yet, but it's better be safe than sorry, and given the amount of people there, the time needed to evacuate them mean you can't announce evacuation at the last minutes, so misses would occur. But that doesn't mean large scale evacuation and preparation is wrong or hyperbole, as the chance it hit the predicted landfall spot at predicted intensity was not small.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:12 pm

SXM aerial footage from today (0:22): https://twitter.com/kon_marine/status/9 ... 8345745408
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:16 pm

This thread is quite extensive as expected considering the circumstances that have unfolded. Not sure if it's been discussed on here...

There are a few planes that were not evacuated out of MIA because of maintenance.

In the list are:

AC A320 C-FFWJ
ACR A319 C-GARJ
UA 752 N12116
UA 738 N78540
UA 738 N76528
UA 763 N670UA

Full list here: https://twitter.com/airlineflyer/status ... 8194525185

I am curious to know what exactly the Air Canada planes are doing there (I've heard GPS installation) and what exactly their fate is/will be if they're damaged.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:34 pm

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It was the worst storm in the world. But it weakened after landfall at Cuba (contrary to original prediction of over Bahama) and did not restrengthen as much as expected after leaving Cuba, thus when it hit FL it is a Cat 3 instead of Cat 5. Also, it hit the Keys instead of Floridan southeastern coast which also limited its damage to metro area over there.

These are limited by the accuracy of forecast. Of course some would say why force people away from their home when it aren't even certain exactly how hard will the area be influenced yet, but it's better be safe than sorry, and given the amount of people there, the time needed to evacuate them mean you can't announce evacuation at the last minutes, so misses would occur. But that doesn't mean large scale evacuation and preparation is wrong or hyperbole, as the chance it hit the predicted landfall spot at predicted intensity was not small.


Thanks for a reasonable summary!
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:08 am

Over a million without power, 5 feet of water in the streets of Miami and the storm made landfall on the west coast not the east coast, airports shut down for days from Key West to north of Orlando, tornadoes over 300 miles away from the eye and the entire state is affected by it in one way or another.

That's a pretty big deal, regardless of what media outlet one chooses to believe or not. For the record I am not a fan of the media hyperbole. Here's to hoping loss of life is minimal and people can get back on their feet ASAP.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:11 am

The extent of damage to TPA/Saint Pete won't be known until tomorrow anyway as the storm has yet to cross those areas. It's not going to be as bad as if Irma was at full strength, but there will still be some damage and other problems. The west coast of Florida is very lucky that Cuba drew down some of the storm's power. If it hadn't, Pinellas county would be going under water.

It's still going to be really bad, but it's not apocalyptic.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:17 am

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Over a million without power, 5 feet of water in the streets of Miami and the storm made landfall on the west coast not the east coast, .


and that's just Miami. Cant forget what it did in the Caribbean before hitting Miami and then on up the coast. This will undoubtedly rank in the top 10 most destructive hurricanes in modern time.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:23 am

As some one know actually knows people who were in the path, and who now have major issues to deal with, and others who spent days of fear at the potential impact of 185 mph winds I am just amazed by some one who is callous enough to express his "disappointment" that he couldn't be entertained by seeing peoples lives destroyed.

If FL doesn't get seriously impacted, and this because the hurricane was weakened over Cuba, people should be thankful and not blame the media.

And in fact as we speak St Martin, especially the French side, is descending into disorder. Those living there can offer their opinions on this but I can bet that the sense of a collapsed economy has led to resentments surfacing. With SXM closed indefinitely and most of the larger hotels in disrepair tourism will be impacted. 70% aren't locals so now will be unemployed. Panic sets in as they are trapped on an island which isn't their home and now with no work, given that there is no airline service.

On the French side the resentments of the locals towards those who come from France is opening. In the BVI and the USVI similar resentments seem to be bubbling, especially if people feel that some are getting preference in receiving help. There have long been tensions between the locals on the French side, who are mainly English speaking vs. the French speakers from France and Guadeloupe.

https://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/hurri ... ng-n800096


So yes this isn't a storm that people can express rage that they didn't get a chance to be titillated. Even after Irma moves on the impacts will be severe. Because I don't see commercial airline service resuming any time soon. Even when SXM reopens to commercial traffic there will be a sharp reductions in visitors so its likely that airlines will reduce or even eliminate service.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:39 am

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Even after Irma moves on the impacts will be severe.

Yes, this is so true and so unfortunate.

Earlier in the thread I posted a link to one of my favorite charities.

Hopefully people are doing what they can do to help via their own favorite charities.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:55 am

MIA intends to resume limited service on Tuesday (Sep 12). It will remain closed on Monday. FLL has yet to announce when it intends to reopen.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:37 am

Update from the Florida Keys Emergency Management team: Note the part about the airports

Please understand these steps are vitally important to our reopening of the chain of islands. For those who aren't that familiar, the Keys are a chain of small islands connected together by 42 bridges that span some 129 miles. Mostly a 2 lane road, there are NO alternative routes, no side streets to take, no extra bridges and this storm will have so much debris on the roads that an extra day is needed to make sure we can travel US 1 safely.
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Following the 9/10/17, 6:30 PM update with Monroe County Emergency Management there are two important and clear messages. You can skip some of the details that follow – but please pay close attention to first two items;
1) Resources are on the way! There are a tremendous amount of resources coming to the Keys beginning tomorrow morning. Right now roads and runways are being cleared to allow these resources to arrive by air and by land. It’s all coming as quick as they can mobilize the resources. Keep in mind that right now we are really only 12 hours post a direct hit from a Cat 4 hurricane. Things are happening quickly. Tomorrow morning we will see a lot of things start to happen.
2) Patience. The thing that can complicate the recovery process the most is interrupting the sequence of events that must take place. DO NOT attempt to return to the Keys at this time. Be patient. Let the first responders, emergency medical personnel, FDOT personnel, etc. get in and make the preparations necessary so that the rest of us can return just a little later. Whatever damage has been done (and in many cases it appears to be less than anticipated) it won’t get any worse waiting another couple of days. We all need to wait for the proper instructions for our return. It is not going to be tomorrow (Monday) and probably not Tuesday either. Just wait for the instructions from Monroe County Emergency Management. They are blocking off the 18 mile stretch and Card Sound Road so even if you try to get back you’ll simply have to stop and find lodging in Homestead. Probably not as nice a spot as you are currently in. Be patient.
If you are still reading, here are some additional details regarding what was shared during the conference call;
Key West – For the first time since early this morning City Manager Jim Scholl was on the conference call! His comments were pretty positive and optimistic – flooding less than Wilma, water is an issue (Aqueduct is aware of the problem and will send crews out tomorrow to repair leaks, but need to have emergency medical services available first), crews are being sent out to check and clear US 1 up as far as MM 34 (where it is known there is a significant pole across the road) and another reported washout at MM 29. Key West airport has water on the runway but no apparent damage (this is good news for resources coming by air).
Big Pine / Marathon – Still not on the conference call, but there has been limited communication with Sheriff Ramsey who is at the MHS refuge. The airport there may require more work with debris, but it is a top priority. Marathon and Big Pine appear to be some of the hardest hit areas. No “eyes on” intel from Big Pine at this time.
Layton/Islamorada – Debris reports, but not a lot of significant structural damage. Islamorada reported clearing US 1 from Long Boat Key to Tavernier Creek, but there are a couple of major choke points at this time, including Sea Oats Beach MM 75 (erosion and damage to both lanes – FDOT crew coming in tomorrow).
Water – There appear to be several leaks in the system. According to FKAA they do not appear to be leaks in the main line, but rather in lines that branch off from the main line. This will allow these lines to be shut off while water continues to flow through the system. But, it will take some time to repair. Keep this in mind when you think about getting anxious to return. Let them restore the water supply first.
Electricity – Obviously there are major repairs to be made throughout the system. There are also literally several fleets of trucks waiting to enter Monroe County to make the repairs, but first the roads have to be repaired and cleared so that they can get in to do the work. Again, the fewer unauthorized vehicles there are on the road the quicker this work can be completed.
Medical Services – The first priority is simply to be able to provide trauma services for first responders (e.g. electrical linesmen, water and highway repair, etc.) No set date/time for reopening of the three hospitals though no one is reporting serious damage, but a lot of clean up. Also they are obviously highly dependent on the restoration of water and power services. You can see the importance of the events occurring in proper sequence.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:46 am

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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:22 am

BlatantEcho wrote:
c933103 wrote:
It was the worst storm in the world. But it weakened after landfall at Cuba (contrary to original prediction of over Bahama) and did not restrengthen as much as expected after leaving Cuba, thus when it hit FL it is a Cat 3 instead of Cat 5. Also, it hit the Keys instead of Floridan southeastern coast which also limited its damage to metro area over there.

These are limited by the accuracy of forecast. Of course some would say why force people away from their home when it aren't even certain exactly how hard will the area be influenced yet, but it's better be safe than sorry, and given the amount of people there, the time needed to evacuate them mean you can't announce evacuation at the last minutes, so misses would occur. But that doesn't mean large scale evacuation and preparation is wrong or hyperbole, as the chance it hit the predicted landfall spot at predicted intensity was not small.


Thanks for a reasonable summary!
Sounds like I didn't miss anything.

What you missed is that even though those destruction did have occurred despite they aren't on the US mainland.
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MIA closed due to major water damage from Hurricane Irma

Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:57 am

Miami International is closed due to major water damage from Hurricane Irma, CNN reporting. Anyone has any more info? what kind of damage? were runways damaged or just the terminal?

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Re: MIA closed due to major water damage from Hurricane Irma

Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:30 am

Lets be sure our information comes from a credible source...thank you kindly.
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Re: MIA closed due to major water damage from Hurricane Irma

Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:33 am

So where it is the video from?

Not many airports receive AF A380.
 
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Re: MIA closed due to major water damage from Hurricane Irma

Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:59 am

SCQ83 wrote:
So where it is the video from?

Not many airports receive AF A380.


The comments to the vid say MEX, three weeks ago.

Also note official source of MIA info is https://twitter.com/iflymia
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:47 am

Even on Monday morning, Irma while a Cat 1 is still very bad for up to 400 miles with tropical storm (35 MPH+) winds now hitting the Atlanta area, so for today and into Tuesday, ATL and other airports in the 'panhandle' of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, SC, NC will likely will be mostly shut down on a rolling basis as Irma moves northwest due to winds as safe operations will not be possible. This will have a major affect on air traffic and operations for the next week or more throughout the USA and for some international flights.
Air service is still very limited for the islands worse hit due to affects from Jose causing a suspension of safe operations and serious damage from Irma.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:51 am

c933103 wrote:
It was the worst storm in the world. But it weakened after landfall at Cuba (contrary to original prediction of over Bahama) and did not restrengthen as much as expected after leaving Cuba, thus when it hit FL it is a Cat 3 instead of Cat 5. Also, it hit the Keys instead of Floridan southeastern coast which also limited its damage to metro area over there.

These are limited by the accuracy of forecast. Of course some would say why force people away from their home when it aren't even certain exactly how hard will the area be influenced yet, but it's better be safe than sorry, and given the amount of people there, the time needed to evacuate them mean you can't announce evacuation at the last minutes, so misses would occur. But that doesn't mean large scale evacuation and preparation is wrong or hyperbole, as the chance it hit the predicted landfall spot at predicted intensity was not small.


Worst storm in the world? Depends on what your definition of "worst" is.

This storm did set some meteorological records, but as far as impact in mass populated areas, far from the worst.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:53 am

ltbewr wrote:
Air service is still very limited for the islands worse hit due to affects from Jose causing a suspension of safe operations and serious damage from Irma.


Jose isn't anywhere near the islands impacted by Irma.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:00 pm

smokeybandit wrote:
c933103 wrote:
It was the worst storm in the world. But it weakened after landfall at Cuba (contrary to original prediction of over Bahama) and did not restrengthen as much as expected after leaving Cuba, thus when it hit FL it is a Cat 3 instead of Cat 5. Also, it hit the Keys instead of Floridan southeastern coast which also limited its damage to metro area over there.

These are limited by the accuracy of forecast. Of course some would say why force people away from their home when it aren't even certain exactly how hard will the area be influenced yet, but it's better be safe than sorry, and given the amount of people there, the time needed to evacuate them mean you can't announce evacuation at the last minutes, so misses would occur. But that doesn't mean large scale evacuation and preparation is wrong or hyperbole, as the chance it hit the predicted landfall spot at predicted intensity was not small.


Worst storm in the world? Depends on what your definition of "worst" is.

This storm did set some meteorological records, but as far as impact in mass populated areas, far from the worst.

In term of intensity in that area when it was at its peak, not damage
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:54 pm

Ironic that today 9/11 some of the busiest US airports are shut down....
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:07 pm

Tropical Storm Watch for Atlanta, Delta issues ahead.
 
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Re: MIA closed due to major water damage from Hurricane Irma

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:17 pm

fpetrutiu wrote:
Miami International is closed due to major water damage from Hurricane Irma, CNN reporting. Anyone has any more info? what kind of damage? were runways damaged or just the terminal?

Thanks


http://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather ... 13776.html

Seems there is water damage inside all terminals. The Miami Herald says MIA will remain closed on Monday as damage assessments are made.

Most of the terminal structure at MIA was built or re-built post hurricane Andrew...presumably to withstand hurricane force winds. If it turns out the damage sustained has been substantial, lots of questions will be asked I'm sure.
 
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:50 pm

smokeybandit wrote:
This storm did set some meteorological records, but as far as impact in mass populated areas, far from the worst.

It was claimed worst ever in Atlantic, based on out at sea massaged readings.

Certainly not worst storm in world. Pacific has seen far worse. And if you go by the true measure of storm intensity, central barometric pressure, not close to the worst though maybe in top 30 in Atlantic, though historically, out to sea hurricanes didn't get accurate barometric readings. So it's really a matter of comparing to other storms in a similar area and what their readings were.

Only 2 of the ten worst were in the last 50 years. Andrew and Katrina. Those winds were verified as 1-minute sustained winds at landfall. Neither Irma nor Harvey had any sustained 1-minute Cat4 winds at ground level when then landed, despite the claims by the NHC. Theseeere large, water driven events, very dangerous and destructive, but Cat4 was a stretch for both. But it makes good headlines.

Irma was one of the broadest storms ever, which was evidenced by the hurricane winds that hit Miami and the Atlantic coast. Luckily for the Gulf residents, Irma had a very poorly formed west side. It was a classic "one quadrant" storm.

I'm personally relieved, as my family evacuated their coastal homes in Sarasota and now have somewhere to go back to. My Mom especially was at risk, as her floor is somewhere between 4-6 ft right on the ocean.

Had it been smaller and more symmetrical, like Andrew, wind destruction and storm surge would have been far more severe.
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Re: Hurricane Irma's Impact on Aviation

Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:54 pm

I find it interesting that the automated weather sensors at FLL and MIA did not survive the storm so can only report barometric pressure. I assume once people show back on site, they can do manual measurements and reports until the automated weather equipment can be put back into service..

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Orlando is still reporting automated weather but is needing maintenance (the $ symbol)

28.96in or 804mb - lowest altimeter setting at 0628Z/0653Z

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