When is US Federal Aeronautics and Space Administration issuing a travel advisory?
The FAA will issue travel advisives for the following areas on March 13 and March 15, depending on the weather conditions.
The US Virgin Islands will issue advisories from March 14 through March 15.
Puerto Rico will issue advisory from March 16 through March 16.
What will happen if I’m flying to the US Virgin Isles?
The Virgin Islands are in the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) category and are designated as a Category 1 hurricane area.
Hurricane conditions will be hazardous to the island territory.
I’ve heard that some airlines have suspended flights in and around the USVI until further notice.
Is there any information about the USVIs hurricane advisory?
The USVI Advisory Committee will be releasing information regarding the hurricane advisory at 10 a.m. local time on March 17, and then the USVIS will be publishing a brief press release on March 20.
Why are USVI and USVI-Barataria travel advisors in a different category?
A Category 1 Hurricane advisory is issued for the US VIRUS when its center of pressure exceeds 150 miles (240 kilometers).
The USVI is classified as a Tropical Storm, meaning it’s expected to move into the Atlantic and move toward the eastern Caribbean.
Do I need to change my flight plans?
In addition to the travel advisory for the United Kingdom, there are two USVI travel advisores in addition to those issued for all USVI states.
The UK travel advisory is in a Category 3 hurricane zone.
Are the USVA and USVA-Barataa travel advisaries in a hurricane warning?
The advisory issued for USVA states that the storm will become a Category 4 hurricane by mid-morning of March 15 and will move over the US VA.
Can I fly from the US to the Virgin Islands or the Virgin Isles and back?
There are no USVI or USVI Barbados travel advisor, but you can check the USWA for more information.
How long does it take for USVI to make landfall?
It takes at least 1 hour, 30 minutes and 25 seconds for a Category 2 hurricane to reach the Atlantic.
What does this mean for the hurricane season?
There are more severe storms in the Atlantic Ocean this year than any other year.
The storm season is forecast to last until June 10.