Airlines Cancelling Flights in Advance of Worsening Weather Conditions
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Due to the winter weather conditions expected to develop late Sunday, the airlines that serve CCIA are pre-emptively cancelling flights. American has canceled all flights in and out of Corpus Christi International Airport (CCIA) for the rest of the day. United has canceled an evening arrival on Sunday and has canceled all flights in and out of CCIA on Monday, February 15 through mid-afternoon on Tuesday. Southwest Airlines will operate afternoon flights today but has canceled their evening arrival in to CCIA from Houston-Hobby. American and Southwest have not yet announced any changes for flights on Monday and Tuesday.
As weather conditions develop, there could be additional disruptions for at least the next 48 hours. Anyone who is scheduled to fly in or out of CCIA during this time should be in contact with their airline for the latest information.
Travelers can also visit www.corpuschristiairport.com for the latest posted flight schedules and status.
The airport terminal will remain open through the duration of the weather event to provide customer service to tenants and travelers who may need assistance. Airport Operations Personnel are actively monitoring weather conditions on the airfield 24 hour a day. Should icy conditions develop on runways or taxiways, Airport managers will take the appropriate measures to maintain safety standards at CCIA. This could include closing taxiways and runways at some point.
For more information, media representatives may contact CCIA Marketing Manager Kim Bridger-Hunt at (361) 774-7871 or by email at email@example.com.
Stay up to date, visit www.cctexas.com/weather for more information. You also can find updates on city social media channels Facebook @citygov and Twitter @cityofcc.