Austin Airport Shuts Down

Power was reestablished to Barbara Jordan Terminal at Austin-Bergstrom 

International Airport not long before 8 a.m. Wednesday after explorers were

passed on in obscurity for a few hours that morning. Flight postponements 

ought to in any case be normal, the air terminal said, and travelers ought to 

actually take a look at their flight status prior to going to AUS. The air terminal

posted via online entertainment not long before 5 a.m. affirming the blackout in

the terminal. It said, "air terminal groups have been dispatched to research the 

reason for the blackout." An AUS representative told KXAN not long before 

6:30 a.m. reinforcement generators kicked in. AUS said flights are as yet stopped

and have not continued as of 8:33 a.m. KXAN groups inside the terminal said 

security lines started screening travelers as of 7:40 a.m., and AUS authorities 

affirmed this. The Austin Police Department told KXAN around 5:30 a.m. air 

terminal police had impeded doors into the air terminal. Air terminal streets were 

shut down for a brief time, however in an update not long before 8 a.m. the air 

terminal said it's working with APD to resume air terminal streets. Traffic 

reinforcements gathered along Highway 71 on account of the terminations. 

Explorers who had flights Wednesday morning are being exhorted not to crash

into the air terminal, an AUS representative said.