Photo courtesy Boston Globe/David L. Ryan
Boston’s Logan airport remains closed in the aftermath of the blizzard Friday and Saturday. The storm, named Nemo, dumped as much as 28″ of snow on some parts of Massachusetts with wind gusts up to 85 mph. The FAA closed Logan airport around 1:30PM on Friday, and it will remain closed until 11:00PM on Saturday night to allow ground crews time to clear off runways, taxiways, and ramps.
Other Boston area airports remain closed as well, including Bedford (KBED), Norwood (KOWD) and Beverly (KBVY). New York area airports like Teterboro (KTEB) and White Plains (KHPN) remain open, but there is still a lot of snow and ice on the taxiways and ramps making for slow going on the ground.
Magellan’s Flight Support team is continuing to monitor the situation as the Northeast begins the process of digging out from this blizzard. Please call us at 877-550-5387 or contact us here with any questions–we’re happy to help!
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