Passengers flying into and out of Miami International Airport can breathe a sigh of relief as the company announced early Wednesday morning that there will be no more cancellations from the city's airport due to last week's fire.


It was one week ago today that a fuel pump holding eight million gallons of jet fuel burst, causing nearly 200 flights to be scrapped at the busy airport and stranding hundreds of angry passengers.


While many people were provided lodging at nearby Miami airport hotels until their flight was ready, others were left spending anywhere from 24 to 48 hours at one of the nation's less popular airports. 





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