PDX cancels flights to and from Santa Rosa as wildfires grow

The sun shines through smoke and haze from wildfires over Santa Rosa, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

PORTLAND, Ore. – Most flights between Portland and Santa Rosa were cancelled Wednesday as the California wildfires continue to grow.

The only flight listed as on time is one that departs Portland lands in Santa Rosa and then continues to Orange County/Santa Ana.

All other Santa Rosa flights were cancelled.

At the Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport, all flights have been cancelled except for flights to and from San Francisco.

The Nuns Fire burning north of Glen Ellen is currently 7,626 acres and 2 percent contained, according to CAL Fire.

Fire officials say the Patrick Fire burning west of Napa is now 9,523 acres and 2 percent contained.

The Atlas fire burning north and west of Napa is 42,349 acres and 3 percent contained.

Click here to check flight statuses from Portland International Airport.

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