The Tampa Bay Times reports that the Tampa Bay International Airport is closing at 11 p.m.
Thursday due to the ongoing water crisis.
The airport will reopen at 10 a.m., with a limited number of flights departing on Thursday.
The only flights departing Thursday will be the United Airlines flight from Chicago to Detroit, the United Express flight from Dallas to Washington, and United Express flights from Detroit to Los Angeles.
The airport is still closed at night, so the only way to enter the airport at night is by paying a $40 entrance fee.
The TSA has set up a hotline for anyone who wants to talk about the water crisis or needs help finding places to stay.
If you have questions about the airport closure or have questions or concerns, you can call the airport and they will be happy to help.
Stay with us for the latest on the water shortage and water rescues in Tampa.