Logan Airport Remains Open as Airlines Cancel, Delay Flights - NBC10 Boston

Logan Airport Remains Open as Airlines Cancel, Delay Flights

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    Boston's Logan Airport remained open on Friday while a major nor'easter pounded the area.

    Dozens of flights arriving in Boston have been canceled, while some were delayed. Meanwhile, dozens of departing flights were also canceled and delayed. Click here for more information on arriving flights, and click here for more information on departures.

    American Airlines announced around noon that all shuttle service between Boston, Laguardia, and Washington, D.C. was canceled.

    Airlines like Delta, Southwest, JetBlue and American Airlines were allowing travelers to change their Friday and Saturday flights at key airports across the Northeast with no change fees.

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    Passengers scheduled to travel should check with their airline first as well as for any potential rebooking options before heading to the airport.

    The nor'easter slamming into the region is expected to bring torrential downpours, coastal flooding, high winds and snow.

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