Regional air traffic moved smoothly with minimal delays at the three Bay Area international airports Wednesday, despite the Federal Aviation Administration’s imposed furlough on the nation’s air traffic controllers.
Some fliers headed to Los Angeles International Airport, and other destinations were met with long delays on the first day of staffing cuts for air traffic controllers because of government spending reductions.
Stormy weather on the East Coast is affecting travel plans in and out of San Francisco International Airport Friday morning, airport officials said.
San Francisco International Airport is about to get a lot busier, with the heaviest travel day of the holiday season coming up Friday.
Strong winds and rain were affecting numerous flights at San Francisco International Airport Wednesday morning, a duty manager said.
You could say we’re in the eye of the air travel storm – so it goes over the holidays. And, with so many Bay Area residents flying the friendly skies to and from wintertime destinations, it’s likely welcome news that the region’s biggest airport has its eye on the root causes of air travel headaches.
Fog was the word of the day as Bay Area commuters returned to work Monday after the holiday weekend.
United Airlines was experiencing computer problems Thursday morning, which is causing flight delays around the country, including at San Francisco International Airport.
Officials at San Francisco International Airport said that flight delays are possible over the next three weekends when one of its main runways is shut down for safety improvements.
Heavy fog was causing lengthy flight delays at San Francisco International Airport that were likely to continue throughout the day.