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July 7, 2013 at 2:51 PM

Sea-Tac returning to normal; some rebooking continues

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has mostly recovered from the delays and rerouting caused by Saturday’s Boeing 777 crash at the San Francisco airport.

But Sea-Tac spokesman Perry Cooper says, “The struggle is getting people rebooked from cancellations on Saturday.”

At a press conference in San Francisco Sunday, airport officials said that some flight delays there were up to nine hours.

The FAA is advising passengers to check with airline websites to see how specific flights have been affected.

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