Houston logistics services offline as all modes remain closed

Posted August 29, 2017

Hurricane Harvey is impacting flights at all three Valley airports. The FAA expects that airport might reopen noon Monday.

As the US states of Texas and Louisiana continue to absorb biblical amounts of rain this week from Tropical Storm Harvey, logistics services in the Houston area are still out two days after the storm made landfall.

If you're flying from Eppley Airfield in Omaha, your flight may have been affected by Tropical Storm Harvey. Both Bush Intercontinental and Hobby Airport are expected to stay shut down until at least Wednesday.

Houston police Chief Art Acevedo says authorities have rescued 2,000 people from flooding in the city.

Southwest and United Airlines have no scheduled flights until Monday, August 28, 2017.

Southwest did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment.

The runways at Houston Hobby were underwater as of 14:44 local time today, according to local reports.

Officials confirmed flights will be limited to humanitarian flights and first responder support for hurricane recovery efforts in Houston and southeast Texas. Because the waters rose so rapidly, some 400 people were trapped inside the airport with no way to leave. Southwest offers 152 daily departures from Houston Hobby.

Customers flying to any airport in the region during the next few days should check ahead on the status of their flights.