A winter storm walloping the Eastern Seaboard for the second time in three weeks is canceling thousands of flights across the country, including a number at San Francisco International Airport.
SFO has been experiencing canceled flights Monday and most of Tuesday and could spill over to today, according to airport spokesman Mike McCarron.
McCarron said the airlines are trying to stay ahead of the storm by canceling early. “They don’t want to load and have the plane sit on the tarmac,” he said.
Flights to and from Washington, D.C., Boston and even Chicago have been canceled due to snow and ice blanketing the East Coast and the Midwest.