Hundreds Of Delays At Logan Airport Following Bad New York Weather

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — A cascade of delays landed at Logan International Airport in Boston on Monday, an outcome that airlines are chalking up to bad weather in New York and staffing shortages.

WBZ's Karyn Regal visited Logan Airport, only to find disappointed passengers wearing New York Yankees ball caps. One of those passengers was Jen, a per diem nurse who just had her flights on Delta Airlines and JetBlue canceled.

"I spent lots of money to get my kids childcare set up for overnight care so I could go work my shift, and now I'm sitting here— not really knowing what to do with myself to be honest," Jen said. Jen went on to say JetBlue has offered to fly her to work in Florida the day after her shift ends and fly her back to Boston a little over an hour after she lands.

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According to FlightAware, more than sixty flights were canceled on Monday, 360 flights were delayed. Airlines with the most cancellations were Cape Air and Delta Airlines, while the most delays by far came from JetBlue, who had over a hundred pushbacks.

WBZ's Karyn Regal (@Karynregal) reports.

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