LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Passengers Monday endured cancellations and delays on flights between Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco, where an Asiana Airlines jetliner crashed Saturday.
There were 109 flights scheduled between the two cities Monday, and they were averaging delays of approximately two and a half hours, according to LAX spokeswoman Nancy Castles. Eight of those flights were canceled.
Castles noted that bad weather also caused delays averaging two hours for flights departing LAX for Detroit, Newark and Philadelphia.
Officials advise passengers to call their airlines, check flight status online, or sign up for email notifications regarding possibly canceled flights.
As travelers return home from a holiday weekend, officials advise they give themselves extra time to get where they’re headed.