Asiana Airlines Crash in San Francisco Impacts Flights at DFW Airport

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    Airlines at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport report eight flights that were scheduled to depart DFW for SFO Friday afternoon or evening have been canceled. Asiana Airlines has cargo flights to/from DFW International Airport. (Published Saturday, Jul 6, 2013)

    The crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport, that left two dead and 181 injured Saturday, shut down operations at SFO causing a ripple effect at airports across the country.

    Airlines at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport report eight flights that were scheduled to depart DFW for SFO Saturday afternoon or evening have been canceled, according to DFW Airport spokesman David Magaña.

    Magaña said five flights scheduled to arrive Saturday evening from San Francisco have also been canceled.

    Each week, five Asiana Airline cargo flights arrive from Incheon Airport, originating in Seoul, South Korea. The next flight is scheduled to arrive around 11:30 Saturday night. Asiana began service to DFW Airport in September 2012.

    Asiana Airlines does not fly passenger traffic in/out of DFW airport. It is part of the United Airlines Star Alliance group.

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