Boston's Logan Airport cancels 13% of flights due to weather

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February 16, 2014, 7:56 am
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(NECN) – Massport says Logan is down about 13% of their full fleet capacity due to the winter weather.

Since it is a big vacation weekend, many flights are booked full. This is making it very difficult to rebook passengers from cancelled flights.

It is unclear when passengers will be able to travel to their destinations.

Passengers are always urged to check their flight’s status with their individual airline.

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Tags: Boston, Logan Airport, winter storm, MASSPORT, flight status
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