San Francisco crash delays flights in and out of JWA

At least 12 flights between John Wayne Airport and San Francisco were canceled Saturday after a jetliner crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport earlier in the day, according to JWA's website.

Seven departures from and five arrivals to JWA, mainly Southwest and United airlines flights, were canceled as of 8 p.m. Saturday, the JWA website said.

Two people died and at 49 people were in serious condition after an Asiana Airlines flight carrying 307 passengers from Seoul, South Korea, crashed at 11:27 a.m. Saturday, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Of the seven canceled departing flights from JWA, three were United, three were Southwest and one was AirTran Airways, according to the airport's website. The latest canceled departure was the 7:30 p.m. United Airlines Flight 410.

The five canceled arrivals included three Southwest and two United flights, including the 8:50 p.m. Southwest Flight 1485.

— Bryce Alderton

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