HOUSTON — Houston Airport officials said operations at all of the terminals at Bush Intercontinental Airport are back to normal after experiencing low water pressure from construction workers hitting a water line Saturday morning.

This shut down some restrooms and restaurants at about four terminals, according to Bill Begley with the Houston Airport System.

"We're sorry for the inconvenience, but we're doing everything that we can to try and make sure we try and take care of everybody quickly," Begley said.

The water line has since been fixed, but it is taking a while for the water to return to normal pressure, Begley said. 

Restaurants that were not able to use plastic dishes were asked to close until the water is completely restored, but passengers still had access to food and water from other vendors who don't use water to operate.

Begley said water pressure should be back to normal in a few hours,

No airlines are affected.