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FAA: Hurricane Katrina Airport Status

Update 9/06/2005, 9 a.m.

The following airports are open and fully operational for commercial, civil and military flights:

Louisiana
  • Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport, LA (BTR)
  • Lafayette Regional Airport, LA (LFT)
  • Lake Charles Regional Airport (LCH)
  • Harry P. Williams Memorial Airport, Patterson, LA (PTN)
  • Alexandria International Airport, LA (AEX)
  • John E. Lewis Field Airport, McComb/Pike County (MCB)
Mississippi
  • Meridian Key Field, MS (MEI)
  • Jackson International Airport, MS (JAN)
  • Hawkins Field Airport (HKS)
Alabama
  • Mobile Downtown Airport (BFM)
  • Mobile Regional Airport (MOB)

The following airports are open only to aircraft supporting relief efforts:

Louisiana
  • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)
Mississippi
  • Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport (GPT)

The following airports are open, but may be limited to visual and/or daytime operations:

Louisiana
  • Houma Terrebonne Airport (HUM)
  • Naval Air Station Alvin Callendar (NBG)
Mississippi
  • Bobby L. Chain Municipal Airport, Hattiesburg (HBG)
  • Naval Air Station Meridian, MS (NMM)
  • Keesler Air Force Base (BIX)
  • Stennis International Airport, Bay St. Louis (HSA)
  • Hardy-Anders Field, Natchez (HEZ)

The following airports are closed or their status is unknown:

Louisiana
  • New Orleans Lakefront Airport (NEW)
Mississippi

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