ORLANDO, Fla. — If you plan on catching a flight at Orlando International Airport be sure to check your flight status.
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Several flights at OIA were delayed Sunday because of a jet fuel shortage.
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Officials said those issues could continue Monday.
Ops Update: Weather issues along the Gulf Coast had prevented reserve supply delivery of jet fuel at MCO. The weather has lifted and ships have departed. If flight disruptions occur, airline contingency plans are currently in place. Thank you for your patience.— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) December 11, 2022
As of Monday morning, two flights are delayed and four were canceled at OIA.
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Fog on the Gulf Coast prevented deliveries of some reserve jet fuel.
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Officials said fuel is now on the way, but the impacts will continue at OIA for a couple of days.
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United Airlines said it is lengthening some layovers, so that planes can finish fueling up.
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