Travel restrictions in the Cleveland area have been lifted after travelers arrived in the United States on Friday.
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson tweeted that the restrictions were lifted at 7:50 a.m.
The travel ban had been in place for three days and residents of Cleveland and surrounding areas were allowed to travel to and from the U.S. until 4 p.m., according to the Greater Cleveland Aviation Authority.
The Associated Press reports that the Cleveland International Airport, which is located about 20 miles north of downtown Cleveland, announced that its flights would resume on Monday.
The AP says the restrictions have been in effect for three weeks.
The airport says there are no immediate plans to close it down.
The FAA says that Cleveland, which has an airport in the northern part of the state, has one of the largest air traffic systems in the country and that the FAA will continue to monitor and manage air traffic throughout the region.
It says Cleveland has one airport that is capable of handling large numbers of planes and that additional airfields will be established if needed.
The Trump administration is also planning to lift travel restrictions to include the Cleveland airport.