All flights into and out of Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport were canceled or redirected Monday, as out-of-control fires burned near the city. The airport’s flight tracker web page showed all of Monday’s departures — to Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Ana and Seattle — canceled. So were all of the scheduled arrivals, except for one inbound flight from San Diego, which was redirected. A call from The Chronicle to the airport manager’s office was not returned. Napa County Airport, however, remained open Monday, said Kristi Jourdan, public information officer for the county. Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
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