Mark Atwood, a member of the firm's Transportation and Trade Practice Group, was quoted in the Sun Sentinel's article, "Days after Irma hits, South Florida airports, hotels, cruise lines look for return of customers." As life in South Florida recovers from Hurricane Irma’s unwelcome visit, operations at local airports, seaports, hotels, and cruise lines are practically back to normal again. “Airlines such as American at Miami, Spirit at Fort Lauderdale, and Delta at Atlanta, had their major hubs closed for days, and this becomes a huge financial as well as logistical burden,” said Mark. He also added, “a natural disaster of the scope of Irma is a catastrophic hit for airlines that have heavy schedules at the affected airports, especially if that airport is a hub."
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