NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A power disruption caused airline delays at Newark Liberty Airport Friday morning.
The airport suffered a power disruption in Terminal B, causing flight delays.READ MORE: Cuomo: New York State To Review New CDC Guidance Calling For Indoor Masking, Regardless Of Vaccination Status, In Areas Where COVID Spread Is High
The Port Authority said Terminal B began suffering partial power problems at about 7:30 a.m.
Airlines reorganized and rebooked passengers to work around power issues. PSEG and electricians on scene had flight operations back to normal by 9:45 a.m.
Some flights were stuck on the tarmac and delayed because they cannot get to the gate, reports CBSN New York’s Jim Smith reports.
Terminal B mostly serves international flight and Delta Airlines.
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#EWR is currently experiencing a power disruption in Terminal B. Please check with your airlines for delays. Allow extra travel time.More info to follow . 
— Newark Liberty Airport (@EWRairport) November 22, 2019
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