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Air Traffic In Charlotte Might Be Impacted By Smoke From Canadian Wildfires

A Code Orange Air Quality Alert has been issued in Charlotte, North Carolina for the rest of the week due to Canadian wildfires. This alert could cause air traffic in Charlotte to be impacted as reported by WBTV. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, smoke that has moved across the eastern U.S. is causing reduced visibility. This smoke could cause an impact on air travel. The Charlotte region is not the only area affected by this smoke. Other major East Coast cities like New York and Philadelphia may also have flight delays or cancellations. Currently, at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, there have been more than 60 flight delays. As of 1 p.m. Thursday, there have been eight cancellations. [select-listicle listicle_id="436277" syndication_name="charlotte-douglas-international-airport-is-the-7th-busiest-in-the-world-new-data-shows" description="yes"]

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