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Toussaint Louverture international airport reopens after three months

Toussaint Louverture International airport reopened on Monday for the first time in nearly three months after relentless gang violence forced authorities to close it to all traffic in early March.

The reopening of the airport in the capital is expected to help ease a critical shortage of medications and other basic supplies since the country’s main seaport remains paralyzed.

However, only Sunrise Airways, a local carrier, is flying in and out of Port-au-Prince for now. 

US-based airlines are not expected to start doing so until late May or early June.

Before Monday’s reopening, the sole airport operating in Haiti was the one located in the north coastal city of Cap-Haitien. 

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