NEW YORK (PIX11) — Staffing issues that threatened delays at John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, and LaGuardia airports on Monday have been resolved, according to officials.

The Federal Aviation Administration tweeted on Monday afternoon that it would be reducing the flow of air traffic around New York City due to “unexpected staff availability,” warning of possible two-hour delays at the three transit hubs.

By Monday night, the FAA wrote that additional staffing allowed them to cancel ground delays at JFK and Newark. Though that tweet did not specify the status of LaGuardia, an FAA spokesperson told PIX11 News on Tuesday morning that operations at that airport were again “normal” as well.