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Will Rogers World Airport Looks To Get Back To Normal

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Will Rogers World Airport expects to get back to normal after Tuesday's shooting.

Terminal Drive is now open near Amelia Earhart Lane, close to the airport, meaning you can expect to see less traffic at the airport today but more crowds once you get inside the airport.

We learned from the airport staff that 25 flights were canceled yesterday. From about 1:45 p.m. to 6 p.m. Yesterday, Will Rogers initiated a ground stop on all aircrafts in response to the incident. Affected passengers were given the option to rebook their flights free of charge.

Travelers should plan ahead, get to the airport even earlier than normal, and be prepared to go through longer security lines.

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