Major delays at airports Thursday were being caused by a computer glitch that hindered the filing of flight plans.
Most passengers take a computer or a book to keep them busy while they wait for a flight but starting Friday, the busiest airport in San Diego will also offer passengers the chance to finally get that H1N1 vaccine.
The regional airport authority that operates Lindbergh Field has partnered with Pacific Medical to give the vaccinations for the swine flu at a number of locations in Terminal 1 and 2.
Starting Jan. 15, the vaccines will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at four locations inside the secured area of the terminals.
At each kiosk, travelers will be given the option to get the H1N1 vaccine as well as a number of other travel-related vaccines like Hepatitis A or B and typhoid, according to a news release.
While not mentioning the cost of the shots, the release does say there will be a discount available for San Diego residents.