Tampa International Airport officials said Tuesday morning that flights would begin to resume that day with a build-up to a full schedule on Wednesday.
The airport closed before Hurricane Irma came through Tampa Bay this weekend. TIA's Twitter account said the airport had minimal damages after sustained winds of 52 mph and gusts up to 66 mph blew through its complex.
The Orlando International Airport tweeted it, too, would begin "minimal commercial" service on Tuesday. The Miami International Airport was doing the same, it wrote on its Twitter account.
The St. Pete-Clearwater airport announced on Monday it would reopen to the public Tuesday but had no scheduled flights until Wednesday.
All the airports encouraged passengers to check their flight's status with their airline before arriving.