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TF Green, Logan: Check airlines first

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Officials said Boston's Logan International Airport plans to stay open during the snowstorm, but there won't be any flights in or out.

Director of Aviation Ed Freni said Thursday that airlines that service the airport decided Thursday that they won't bring in planes for the Friday morning schedules, and dozens of flights in and out have been canceled or delayed. The last scheduled departure is expected at about 8:30 p.m. Thursday.

He said the airport will remain open, runways and taxiways will be cleared, and staff will be on hand just in case. Freni said, as usual, travelers are urged to check with their airline before heading out.

The storm bearing down on the region is expected to drop more than a foot of snow before all is said and done on Friday.

At T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, officials said there are no plans for the Rhode Island airport to close but also urged customers to check with their individual airlines for flight delays or cancellations.

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