The larger Texas and Louisiana airports reopened relatively quickly after Hurricane Rita struck the region early Saturday morning as the eye of the storm moved to the east of Houston; FAA yesterday reported only minor damage to facilities. Rita did not do nearly as much damage to airports and the air the traffic system as Hurricane Katrina did several weeks ago. FAA reported yesterday that all air route traffic control centers were operating normally. Houston Intercontinental Airport ...

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