Dozens Of Flights Cancelled At SFO As Stormy Weather Continues

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Stormy weather this morning is affecting travel plans in and out of the Bay Area, according to airport officials.

At San Francisco International Airport, 60 flights -- 30 arrivals and 30 departures -- have been canceled this morning, airport duty manager Joe Walsh said.

The cancellations, which started early this morning, will continue to affect flights until about noon, Walsh said.

A delay program is in place at the airport until the end of the day, Walsh said.

He advised passengers check with their airlines before arriving at the airport.

In the East Bay, there has been only one flight canceled this morning out of Oakland International Airport, an airport operations employee said.

No flight delays have been reported there.

Mineta San Jose International Airport has no cancellations or delays because of the weather, airport spokeswoman Rosemary Barnes said.

 

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