October 2, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - People flying in and out of San Francisco International Airport will be glad to hear that things are getting back to normal after a massive snowstorm on the East Coast disrupted air travel Friday and Saturday.
SFO airport duty manager Chuck Navigante says the storm was having little impact on operations at SFO on Sunday, with only a "couple of flights" canceled because of the storm's impact.
That's a big improvement, especially over Friday, when Navigante says 54 departing flights and 29 arriving flights were canceled because of the storm.
Navigante says on Saturday, there were four departures out of SFO and 23 arrivals canceled because of the snowstorm.
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