ROMULUS, Mich, – Officials said a water main break that temporarily impacted some operations at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport’s McNamara Terminal is being repaired.
According to the Wayne County Airport Authority, some restrooms in Concourse A were closed, as well as all restrooms in Concourses B and C. Officials said the water pressure is being repaired and the restrooms are now being sanitized and reopening.
The Delta Sky Club at the Express Tram South Station, across from Gate A18, will reopen Friday.
All restaurants and retail locations offering grab-and-go selections -- including pre-packaged sandwiches, snacks and bottled water -- are still open to travelers.
All concessions currently open will close at 11 p.m.
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Operations are returning to normal at DTW’s McNamara Terminal after a water main break was repaired. Water pressure is being restored. Restrooms are being sanitized and reopening. Thanks to our customers for their patience tonight! Learn more: https://t.co/jlWMYHs8AN.— DTW Airport (@DTWeetin) June 25, 2021
A water main break is impacting some restrooms, drinking fountains and restaurants in our McNamara Terminal. Crews are working on necessary repairs. Updated information will be provided as soon as it’s available.— DTW Airport (@DTWeetin) June 24, 2021