Air travelers face cancellations, delays

Several flights between San Diego and the blizzard-battered East Coast were canceled or delayed Wednesday.

“We are seeing cancellations from the East Coast and elsewhere,” said Airport Authority spokeswoman Katie Jones.

As of 2 p.m., more than a dozen flights that were scheduled to arrive from or depart to East Coast airports from San Diego were canceled, according to the Airport Authority’s Web site.

Jones said there were also cancellations or delays for flights scheduled from airports elsewhere in the country as a result of planes stuck at East Coast airports.

The Airport Authority’s Web site showed flight cancellations involving several airlines to and from Newark International Airport, New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport; Boston’s Logan International Airport; and Philadelphia International Airport.

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