Monday, April 25, 2011

Cairo airport struck by tornado; Cape airport to resume flights to STL

The airport at Cairo, Illinois was hit by a tornado Saturday night. The tornado ripped apart the hanger and damaged the office and at least one airplane, according to the Associated Press and The Southern Illinoisan newspaper.

The Cape Girardeau Regional Airport will resume flights to Lambert International Airport on Tuesday, according to a press release.

Cape Air flights will use Concourse D.

The Cape Girardeau Regional Airport was not affected by storms. Local operations are normal.


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