MIAMI – Issues at Memphis Light Gas and Water are causing havoc at Memphis International Airport (MEM), forcing it to shut down all passenger flights.
The utility service issued advisories to customers earlier this week to boil water. Today, water delivery has been interrupted by water main breaks due to low temperatures. In a news release, the airport says that water pressure dropped Thursday night to levels that made service to customers infeasible. Restaurants, restrooms, and airline services were primarily affected.
In that light, airlines have cancelled all passenger flights. Cargo operations will remain, according to a report on WMCactionnews5.com.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”