COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) -- Central Ohio travelers are among those across the country looking to catch new flights after a fire knocked out power at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Some travelers were using Atlanta as a connection to other destinations for the Christmas travel season.
Dozens of people were left stranded Sunday at Columbus's John Glenn International as the outage forced cancellations for every airline.
By Monday morning, the flight status board at JGI showed all but a few flights running normally.
Click here to check current flight status at John Glenn International.
Atlanta's mayor said there is no evidence the fire was caused deliberately.
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