Business is slowly going back to normal at the Indianapolis Airport as the large snow and ice storms that came through Indiana make their way east of the Hoosier state. Airport spokesperson Susan Sullivan says some flights have departed today. Shops and restaurants were open limited hours.
Sullivan says she expects the airport will be fully open tomorrow but bad weather in places like Chicago and Atlanta will likely affect travel into and out of the Circle City.
“As the day tomorrow progresses,” she says, “flights here in Indianapolis will be impacted by how other airports across the U.S. are doing.”
Sullivan says throughout the remainder of this week, people should continue checking the status of their flights before they even leave home.