Logan Airport operations near normal following winter storm

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January 22, 2014, 1:02 pm
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(NECN: Nicole Jacobs, Boston) – When a big storm comes in like the one that most strongly hit the South Shore of Massachusetts into Wednesday morning, flight cancellations are inevitable.

At Boston’s Logan Airport, there were not many cancellations on Wednesday afternoon, in comparison to how many there were early in the day. There were also cancellations Tuesday night.

Officials say they handed out about 25 cots Tuesday night to passengers who were not able to make it out of the airport due to cancellations.

“Probably the normal activity by mid-afternoon to evening... They will bring all their airplanes this evening to make up a full operation for the morning,” said Ed Freni, Massport aviation director.

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