Albany International Airport confident about storm preps

December 11, 2017 05:03 PM

Albany International Airport is taking precautions ahead of Tuesday’s expected snow.

Airport officials say they're not expecting any delays. They say they're confident the runways will be operating fully, since they plan on getting ahead of the snow.

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"The snow crews will go on 12-hour shifts, probably starting at 8 or 9 o’clock at night, just before the snow falls. We'll treat the runways. We'll be using brooms initially and then we'll be out there with plows if necessary," explained Doug Myers with Albany International Airport.

Trust NewsChannel 13 to keep an eye on the airport during the snowfall and let you know if it will impact your travel plans.


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