Citing “an abundance of caution” as well as the desire “to limit social gatherings,” officials with the El Paso International Airport have made the decision to suspend the Food Trucks on the Fly event for the remainder of the year.

Initially set to end September 27, the eats on wheels roundup was extended at the beginning of October with plans to keep it going Fridays and Saturdays through January 2.

But with El Paso posting record-breaking active cases numbers and the coronavirus showing no signs of letting up, the El Paso International Airport and the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department -- co-event partners of Food Trucks on the Fly -- instead have chosen to shut it down feeling now is not the time to encourage people to gather.


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