Theme parks in Orlando have re-opened following Hurricane Dorian.

Walt Disney World Parks, Universal Studios Resort’s three parks and Sea World Parks resumed operations on Thursday.

Dorian passed Orlando with minimal impact.

Earlier this week passengers faced having to book alternative flights to Orlando after the international airport was closed.

The hub re-opened on Thursday with airlines scrambling to re-book passengers left stranded in Orlando.

A statement from Visit Orlando said: “The destination has a history of businesses and agencies working together to quickly resume operations after a storm, and its inland location often results in less overall impact from coastal storms.”

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