FAA cancels ground stop at Charlotte airport due to low visibility from western NC wildfires

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UPDATE: 11/15/16 — 8:24 a.m. The ground stop at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport has been canceled.

ORIGINAL: CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Federal Aviation Administration issued a ground stop Tuesday morning at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport due to low visibility from the western North Carolina wildfires.

A ground stop slows or stops the flow of incoming airplanes into an airport.

You can check the airport’s website for possible delays.

For a complete list of updates on each fire, click here.