Bermuda is open for business following Hurricane Humberto.

The Category 3 storm passed 75 miles to the north of Bermuda on Sept. 18, giving the island a healthy dose of wind and rain, but causing minimal damage.

The L.F. Wade Airport as well as the causeway serving the airport reopened at noon on Sept. 19. All Bermuda Visitor Services Centres will reopen on Sept. 20 as well as ferry services throughout the island.

All of Bermuda's hotels are open. For any visitors whose plans were altered by Humberto, the Bermuda Hotel Association's booking guarantee allows guests to modify their hotel reservations without penalty.

"With the airport reopened, the cleanup well underway and the damage minimal, Bermuda is ready to welcome visitors and groups already booked to visit this weekend and beyond," said Kevin Dallas, CEO of the Bermuda Tourism Authority.

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