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ATLANTA (AP) -- The Latest on a power outage at the Atlanta airport (all times local):
   8:20 a.m.
   
Thick fog blanketed Atlanta on Monday morning and authorities said that could lead to additional flight delays a day after a power outage crippled the world's busiest airport.
   
The Federal Aviation Administration tweeted that Atlanta was among the airports where weather conditions might lead to air traffic delays Monday.
   
Georgia Power said a fire in an underground electrical facility caused a sudden power outage around 1 p.m. Sunday. That brought the airport to a standstill and grounded more than a thousand flights, leaving thousands of people stranded.


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ATLANTA (AP) -- The Latest on the power outage at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport:
   11:40 p.m.
   
Officials say power has been restored to several areas at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
   
Georgia Power announced on its Twitter page late Sunday night that electricity was back on in the airport's atrium and several concourses. The utility said it expected power to be fully restored by midnight.
   
The world's busiest airport lost power earlier in the day, halting all incoming and outgoing flights and leaving thousands stranded.
   
Georgia Power had said in a statement that a fire caused extensive damage in an underground electrical facility, impacting substations serving the airport. The cause of the fire is not yet known.

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