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Cancellations and Delays at New England Airports as Winter Storm Moves Through

Travel has been impacted across the country due to the wintry weather, including at Boston's Logan International Airport

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Air travel in New England is being disrupted on Thursday as a winter storm moves through the Northeast.

At Boston Logan International Airport, there were 125 canceled flights and 219 delays Thursday as of 12:16 p.m., according to FlightAware.

At T.F. Green International in Rhode Island, there were 12 delays and a 2 cancellations as of the same time. As of around 7 a.m., there were five total cancelations for the day at Burlington International Airport in Vermont.

Lines could be seen at the ticket counters in Terminal C at Logan Airport early Thursday.

“We were taking a bus coming from Seabrook, New Hampshire but there was an accident on Route 1, so we missed our 6 o’clock flight," Ruben Sanza said.

The Massachusetts Port Authority, which operates Logan, warned travelers that it was expecting system-wide disruptions this week due to the weather. It urged passengers to reach out to their airlines to check on their travel plans.

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