(Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

(Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

Minimal flight cancellations, delays during break from rain

A break in the rain in the Bay Area has resulted in minimal cancellations but some delays at airports in the region today.

San Francisco International Airport has experienced 24 flight cancellations today, according to airport spokesman Doug Yakel.

The cancellations are split evenly between arriving and departing flights and are mostly happening on short-haul commutes along the West Coast, Yakel said.

Oakland International Airport reported some flight delays, which are also split evenly between arriving and departing flights and occurring mainly on flights to heading to cities on the West Coast.

No flights have been canceled today and operations appeared to be running normally, according to airport spokeswoman Keonnis Taylor.

Mineta San Jose International Airport also experienced flight delays but mainly on arriving flights, spokeswoman Vicki Day said.

Some flights coming from Denver and Los Angeles were delayed by up to an hour. Other than the minor delays, there were no cancellations and operations appeared to be running normally, according to Day.airportflight delaysSFOweather

Just Posted

Dominion Voting Systems, a Denver-based vendor, is under contract to supply voting machines for elections in San Francisco. (Kevin N. Hume/Examiner file)
Is San Francisco’s elections director impeding voting machine progress?

Open source technology could break up existing monopoly

The 49ers take on the Packers in Week 3 of the NFL season, before heading into a tough stretch of divisional opponents. (Courtesy San Francisco 49ers)
‘Good for Ball’ or ‘Bad for Ball’ — A Niners analysis

By Mychael Urban Special to The Examiner What’s the first thing that… Continue reading

Health experts praised Salesforce for keeping its Dreamforce conference at Moscone Center outdoors and on a small scale. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)
Happy birthday, Marc Benioff. Your company did the right thing

Salesforce kept Dreamforce small, which made all kinds of sense

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, pictured with Rose Pak in 2014, says the late Chinatown activist was “helping to guide the community away from the divisions, politically.”
Willie and Rose: How an alliance for the ages shaped SF

How the Mayor and Chinatown activist shaped San Francisco, then and now

The Grove in Golden Gate Park is maintained largely by those who remember San Francisco’s 20,000 AIDS victims.<ins> (Open Eye Pictures/New York Times)</ins>
Looking at COVID through the SF prism of AIDS

AIDS took 40 years to claim 700,000 lives. COVID surpassed that number in 21 months

Most Read