Dozens more flights at SFO canceled in wake of Hurricane Irene 

click to enlarge Dozens of flights at San Francisco International Airport were canceled Monday after Hurricane Irene hit the East Coast this weekend. (AP file photo) - DOZENS OF FLIGHTS AT SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WERE CANCELED MONDAY AFTER HURRICANE IRENE HIT THE EAST COAST THIS WEEKEND. (AP FILE PHOTO)
  • Dozens of flights at San Francisco International Airport were canceled Monday after Hurricane Irene hit the East Coast this weekend. (AP file photo)
  • Dozens of flights at San Francisco International Airport were canceled Monday after Hurricane Irene hit the East Coast this weekend. (AP file photo)

Dozens of flights between San Francisco International Airport and the East Coast were canceled again Monday, even as major airports in the Northeast resumed operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.

SFO spokesman Mike McCarron said five departures and 26 arrivals have been canceled at the airport Monday.

All major airports in the Northeast that had been shut down by the storm indicated that they were reopening Monday, McCarron said.

Passengers are advised to contact their respective airlines to get the latest information on the status of their flights, regardless of their final destinations, McCarron said.

Travelers were also advised to not go to the airport unless their air carrier has confirmed that their flights will depart as scheduled.

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