SAN FRANCISCO — For a second day in a row, flights at San Francisco International Airport were canceled or delayed as a result of reduced visibility caused by smoke from wildfires burning in the North Bay.
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SFO spokesman Doug Yakel said 103 flights were canceled Thursday, and one in four flights were experiencing delays averaging 75 to 90 minutes. On Wednesday, a total of 115 flights were cancelled.
There were no impacts to San Jose International Airport and Oakland International Airport.
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Source:: East Bay – Science