SFO Dodges #Flypocolypse As Computer Glitch Causes Hundreds Of Flight Delays, Cancellations In Northeast
Air traffic was snarled and passengers’ tempers frayed on Saturday as many flights to and from airports throughout a large swath of the Northeast were delayed or cancelled.
So you think air travel delays are out of control here in the Bay Area? Maybe yous shouldn’t mention that to your friends in Chicago.
Storm cells moving into the Bay Area Tuesday morning are causing delays for travelers arriving and departing from San Francisco International Airport, airport officials said.
Rainy weather caused more than 100 flight cancellations at San Francisco International Airport Friday morning, as well as flight delays of more than an hour, an airport duty manager said.
More than 50 flights have been cancelled and dozens more were delayed at San Francisco International Airport Saturday as heavy rain continues to blanket the area.
Seven flights into and out of San Francisco International Airport have been canceled on Tuesday morning due to icy weather in other parts of the country.
Frequent flyers weary of fog-related delays at San Francisco International Airport have some relief on the horizon: the airport has implemented a new landing protocol that will increase the rate of flight arrivals when skies are gray.
Passengers on a flight from Oakland International Airport to Utah endured nearly 12 hours of delays and had to deal with issues on three separate planes, before they left for their destination on Monday.
There were 84 cancellations and delays of over an hour Monday at San Francisco International Airport as one of the four runways remained closed because of the deadly Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash Saturday.
Saturday’s crash landing of Asiana Flight 214 at SFO was causing delays at airports across California and in particular at Mineta San Jose International.