SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Two early afternoon airline flights from Lindbergh Field to Los Angeles were canceled Friday after a gunman opened fire in a terminal at LAX, killing one person and leaving about a half-dozen others injured.
The United Airlines and American Eagle Airlines connectors to Los Angeles had been scheduled to depart San Diego at 1:13 p.m. and 1:30 p.m., respectively, according to airport officials.
A number of other Lindbergh flights ran somewhat late because of the late-morning shooting. "And we do think (the delays are) indicative of the way the rest of the day is going to go," said Katie Jones, spokeswoman for the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.
The gun violence at Los Angeles International Airport prompted no security changes at Lindbergh Field, according to Jones.