SAN JOSE, Calif. - Officials say Terminal B at Mineta San Jose International Airport reopened Tuesday after a suspicious package, described as a backpack, prompted its closure.
Passengers are now being allowed back into Terminal B at this time, but officials say people can expect residual delays.
Earlier, all post-security passengers in the terminal were escorted to Terminal A, so they didn't have to be re-screened.
Officials said Terminal B primarily affects Alaska Airlines and Southwest Airlines.
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