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Thomson has released a passenger update as Hurricane Irma affects flights across the Atlantic.
One of the affected flights is from Bristol Airport to Orlando, Florida.
Orlando's Sanford International Airport was closed on Saturday because of Hurricane Irma and Thomson says flights continue to be disrupted.
"Flight TOM374 from Bristol to Sanford, which was due to depart on Sunday 10th September, is delayed by 48 hours and is planned to operate on Tuesday 12th September departing 0900 local time."
"Customers who are due to travel on Tuesday 12th September or Wednesday 13th September to Sanford have the opportunity to amend free of charge. An additional £25 per person rebook incentive will also apply on any Florida holiday."
Thomson says other terms and conditions may apply.
Affected customers can get more information on Thomson's website or by calling customer services on 0800 009 3836 or 0203 636 1997.
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