Weather, Delays and Cancellations
“If you don’t like the weather in New England, wait five minutes.”
Seriously, at Massport we know all too well that weather can impact operations at our facilities. Massport is responsible for the condition of the airfield, but not airline schedules and cancellations. During most weather events, Boston Logan International Airport does not close but there may be interruptions to operations in order to clear snow or ice from runways and taxiways. Airlines make the decisions on flight cancellations and the Federal Aviation Administration is responsible for the movements of airplanes on the ground and in the air.
During inclement weather, Massport advises travelers to check with their airline on flight status before leaving for the airport.
Media requesting information on cancellations should contact the affected airlines. View the FAA's national delay information map.