Weather Diverts Airliners to Twin Falls
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)- The Twin Falls airport has taken on diverted airliners from The Salt Lake City International Airport after it suspended flights due to a weather related slide-off. Magic Valley Regional Airport Manager Bill Carberry says two flights, one from Oregon and one from California, have been diverted to Twin Falls. He says they've been at the airport for about 90 minutes and are preparing to leave sometime before noon. Typically in severe weather some flights are diverted to the Magic Valley Airport.