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'Everything back to normal' at LAX

After a hectic weekend for travelers at Los Angeles International Airport, the work week has started with “no flight delays or cancellations,” airport officials said.

More than three dozen flights were canceled at LAX on Saturday because of tumultuous weather on the East Coast. Those cancellations led to some backups and delays on Sunday, airport officials said.

LAX spokesman Marshall Lowe said that as of 8:30 a.m. today, “everything is back to normal.”

-- Ari B. Bloomekatz

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