BOSTON (CBS) – The travel nightmares at Logan Airport are coming to an end.
That’s according to Ed Freni, the Aviation Director for Massport.
WBZ Radio’s Karen Twomey reports
He told WBZ Radio Wednesday morning that the backlog of passengers from the blizzard should be gone soon.
“By this afternoon, we will see a normal schedule. The numbers yesterday were good. We had 785 operations yesterday. Normally, on a Tuesday we would see at least 1,000 to close to 1,100 operations a day,” Freni said.
Ed Freni talks to WBZ Radio’s Rod Fritz
Some passengers have been stuck at Logan for days.
WBZ-TV’s Sera Congi reports from Logan Airport.