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CBP Atlanta Field Office Hurricane Irma Operations

Release Date: 
September 11, 2017

ATLANTA - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations, Atlanta Field Office is currently updating the trade community and traveling public on the status of the ports of entry that fall under the Atlanta Field Office. 

Port of Savannah

U.S. Customs & Border Protection at Area Port of Savannah will remain closed through Tuesday, September 12, due to impacts of Hurricane Irma. CBP will resume normal operations on Wednesday September 13. Closure and resumption information applies to the Ports of Brunswick and Savannah, Georgia. For questions call Duty Watch Commander at 912.210.1185 or Assistant Port Director at 912.210.0077 

Atlanta International Airport

The Atlanta International Airport is fully operational at this time. CBP is operational and is processing passengers and cargo. For CBP information, contact 678.284.5900. 

Port of Charleston
The Custom House is closed to Trade at this time with delayed opening anticipated for Tuesday 10 am. South Carolina Ports Authority closed terminal operation Monday September 11 at 2pm due to impacts of Hurricane Irma. CBP information, contact 843.579.6500. 

Port of Columbia

Port of Columbia is fully operational and open for all vessel and vehicle traffic. For CBP information, contact 803.822.5251. 

Myrtle Beach International Airport

Myrtle Beach International Airport is fully operational. For CBP information, contact 843.916.0438. 

Greenville-Spartanburg

Port of Greenville-Spartanburg is fully operational and open for all vessel and vehicle traffic. CBP is operational and is processing passengers and cargo. For CBP information, contact 864.877.8006. 

Charlotte

Port of Charlotte is fully operational and open for all passenger, vessel and vehicle traffic. CBP is operational and is processing passengers and cargo. For CBP information, contact 704.329.6120.

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Last published: 
September 11, 2017