Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport in New Orleans has grounded all flights until Hurricane Isaac passes. They are one of four airports in the region that have grounded flights, the others including Gulfport-Biloxi International in Mississippi Airport, Alabama's Mobile Regional Airport, and Florida's Pensacola International Airport. Other airports that haven't completely suspended operations are reporting significant disruptions to their flight schedules.
Morgan Durrant, a spokesperson with Delta Airlines, said that some of the cancellations are occurring at smaller, inland airports. However, the majority of cancellations are occurring Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. People have also been told by the airport that they may not remain in the terminal during the storm as it is not an evacuation shelter. As of now, it is not clear whether the decision to ground all flights was made by the airport or the airlines.
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