BOSTON – Logan International Airport will be ready for business tomorrow with parking available on airport for travelers and off-site parking available for airport workers who normally rely on public transportation to get to work.
The airport remained open throughout the storm Monday and airlines operated on a very reduced schedule with about 70 percent of the flights canceled. Crews will work throughout the night to have the airfield ready for Tuesday operations. Airlines are expecting to be back to normal operations by midday.
The four suburban Logan Express parking sites and bus service will be operating on schedule tomorrow, as it was today;
All Logan Express sites will be free for tenant and airline employees;
The Back Bay Logan Express and the Silver Line will also be available for customers wanting to head to the airport from Boston;
We continue to advise passengers to check flight status with their airline or www.massport.com.
Massport, which owns and operates Logan, will have at least 1,000 spaces available at Suffolk Downs for airport tenant and airline employees to use at no cost. Shuttle bus service will begin at 4 a.m. All Logan Express sites in Back Bay, Braintree, Framingham (which is temporarily located in Natick), Woburn and Peabody will also be available at no cost tomorrow for airport tenant and airline employees.
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