FAA: Smoky haze delaying some flights into Sea-Tac Airport
SEATAC, Wash. - Smoky haze over Western Washington is causing flight delays at Sea-Tac Airport, says the Federal Aviation Administration.
The FAA's Air Traffic Control System Command Center issued a statement, updated Wednesday morning, which says some arriving flights are being delayed an average of 47 minutes at Sea-Tac.
Not all flights are affected, so travelers are urged to check with their airline to find out specifics of their particular arrival or departure.
The haze is caused by a wind shift that is blowing smoke over the region from wildfires burning in British Columbia.