Canadian Carrier Air Transat Sending 4 Jets To Florida To Bring Passengers Out as Hurricane Irma Draws Near

Air Transat announced that it is deploying a total of four flights to Florida to evacuate its passengers with two flights to Fort Lauderdale and two to Orlando.

Canadian Carrier Air Transat Sending 4 Jets To Florida To Bring Passengers Out as Hurricane Irma Draws Near

Air Transat announced that it is deploying a total of four flights to Florida to evacuate its passengers with two flights to Fort Lauderdale and two to Orlando.

Canadian carrier Air Transat continues to evacuate its passengers that are in the pathway of the very dangerous Hurricane Irma.

Irma so far has wreaked havoc across the Caribbean region leaving mass devastation in its wake.

Air Transat announced that it is deploying a total of four flights to Florida to evacuate around 750 of its passengers back to Canada. There will be two flights to Fort Lauderdale and two to Orlando.

The four Air Transat aircrafts are expected to arrive in Fort Lauderdale on Friday, September 8, and in Orlando on Saturday, September 9, both before noon to transport passengers to safety.