Flights delayed at all Bay Area airports

Blustery weather is causing delays and cancellations at all three major Bay Area airports today.

San Francisco International Airport is experiencing delays on all domestic flights, a duty commander said. Arrivals and departures are running between 2 and 3 hours behind. On the other hand, international flights have not been greatly affected.

SFO spokesman Mike McCarron said winds up to the low 50s have canceled about 40 outbound and inbound flights so far.

Travelers are advised to call ahead to check on their flights, McCarron said.

An Oakland International Airport representative said the weather has delayed around a dozen flights from 20 minutes up to 1.5 hours. At least one flight has been cancelled.

David Vossbrink, communications director for Mineta San Jose International Airport, reported that while a few flights have been delayed, the storm has not affected the airport very much.

“Its just very wet out here,” Vossbrink said. “There have been a few cancellations today, but none of them are due strictly to the weather.”

Airport status information

The Federal Aviation Administration maintains updated information on all airports. Click on the city name to check the status of that airport.

San Francisco

San Jose

Oakland

Passengers are advised to check with individual airlines for specific flight information.

Examiner staff and Bay City News contributed to this report

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