Airport travelers warned of labor march disruption

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SAN DIEGO – Airport officials are letting passengers know to arrive to San Diego International Airport at least two hours early Tuesday due to a planned labor march.

People traveling to and from San Diego International Airport between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday were advised to plan ahead and expect traffic congestion on North Harbor Drive and surrounding roadways.

A scheduled labor demonstration by Service Employees International Union (SAN janitorial workers) and potentially other workers will take place in front of Terminal 1.

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Travelers should check their flight status before coming to the airport. They should also plan to arrive two hours before boarding time for a domestic flight and three hours before boarding time for an international flight.