Flight cancellations at IAH, HOU airports significantly reduced as weather slowly improves

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HOUSTON -- As inclement weather conditions continue to improve across Houston, inbound and outbound flight cancellations have been significantly reduced at the city's two main airports.

On Tuesday, Houston Airport System officials reported more than 700 flights have been canceled at least 100 flights delayed at George Bush Intercontinental Airport while 175 flights were cancelled and 68 delayed at William P. Hobby Airport.

As of Wednesday, those numbers collectively dropped to below 200 cancellations with only 114 at IAH and 57 at HOU.

A spokesperson said crews are operating. Both airports are prepared to de-ice airplanes for any flights that are operating and to treat crews ready to treat roadways and taxiways-runways if needed.

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