At Boston’s Logan International Airport on Sunday night, a large number of travelers were left stuck on the tarmac for several hours. Passengers said that the long delays were caused by problems with de-icing flights at the busy airport. More than six planes, each carrying hundreds of people, were on the tarmac at Terminal A for hours into the night.
“We’re sorry to any of our clients who had to wait or had other problems because of Boston’s winter weather. Backups for departing and incoming flights were caused by the incident and deicing delays. “We have been working all day to restore our operations and resume our regular flight schedule,” Delta said in a statement released Monday morning.
Tim Nyong, who had to book a cab back home, told us that the flight delays were understandable to some extent because of weather conditions, but most of the passengers weren’t aware of why the plane wasn’t taking off, which created a little tension during the incident. Winters will become harsher as the holiday season approaches. We suggest our customers take extra measures in order to avoid any kind of delays in their Christmas plans.
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