Mexico City airport has resumed normal operations after a powerful earthquake on 19 September that has so far killed more than 200 people.
About 180 flights were affected at the Mexican capital's airport on 19 September, says Mexico's ministry of transportation and communication.
The airport resumed operations at 16:10 local time, it says. Live air traffic tracking website Flightradar24 shows that the airport is now operating with an average delay of 5min.
The 7.1 magnitude earthquake caused damage to a road outside the airport's terminal two, and led to cracks in the structure of terminal one's control tower, says the ministry. It has carried out repairs to the road and has relocated air traffic control operations to terminal two's tower while it surveys the damage to terminal one's tower.
The airports in Puebla and Cuernavaca suffered minor damage but operations are not affected, adds the ministry.
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