2 runways will open shortly. Pls check with your airline for arrival and departure info. #sfo
— flySFO (@flySFO) July 6, 2013
The San Francisco International Airport is mostly closed, according to the FAA. Most inbound and outbound planes are canceled but SFO is currently stating that they will open up two runways shortly. The decision to close the airport was made after a Boeing 777, Asiana flight 214 from Seoul, crashed as it was landing in San Francisco at 11:30 Pacific Time.
— KATU News (@KATUNews) July 6, 2013
Planes flying to SFO are being diverted to other airports in California including Oakland, Los Angeles and Sacramento.
San Francisco International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the country. About 427,074 flights came in and out of SFO in 2012, according to the FAA.
At least 5 flights b/w EUG and SFO delayed or canceled after Korean 777 crashes on San Fran runway. Flight info at http://t.co/CBTRPXNSde
— Chris Frisella (@ChrisFrisella) July 6, 2013
#SFO plane crash. Passengers on flight from New York report being diverted to LAX. Oakland, SJ, Sacto and LA airports have all been used.
— RobertHanda (@RHandaKTVU) July 6, 2013
FAA: Flights in and out of SFO canceled. Unknown when airport will reopen. http://t.co/EOS541eKpV
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) July 6, 2013
Live updates: The San Francisco International Airport is now closed, the FAA confirms | http://t.co/QchRQnPCWJ
— TIME.com (@TIME) July 6, 2013