Apparently the airport is open, but the port suffered damage to the cranes and piers.
From The Journal of Commerce
The first ocean-going vessel on the scene, a Coast Guard cutter from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, reported Wednesday the port at Haiti’s capital had been badly damaged and that many workers had been killed, leaving the site all but unusable.
Regional operator Seaboard Marine said the port’s cranes and piers had been severely damaged.
Reports said the capital’s main airport still had power and lights, however, allowing emergency flights to get to the country.
Aid from around the globe will have to use the airport or transport goods to the neighboring Dominican Republic, where they will be driven across the border.
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