Both Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will remain closed Monday, as they assess damages left behind by Hurricane Irma
According to MIA Aviation Director and CEO Emilio Gonzalez, the airport endured wind gusts of up to 100 mph and water damage. A spokesperson for MIA said terminals J, H, G, F, and E have undergone the most damage.
Officials said some airlines were flying workers into MIA Monday in preparation of resuming flights.
The airport will determine if flights can resume Tuesday after a damage assessment is performed.
FLL says officials will assess damages to the airport Monday before determining when it would reopen.
FLL says scheduled passengers should contact their airline for the most up-to-date flight information.
Airlines are currently preparing their recovery schedules, which may take several days to execute.