Sunday, February 14, 2016

Frigid temperatures causing delays to JetBlue flights at Logan International Airport (KBOS): Fueling operations limited due to cold

BOSTON —Delays at Logan International Airport are being connected to the winter temperatures affecting the region.

A "taste" of frigid air arrives as an Arctic air mass from the North Pole overspreads the area Saturday, prompting wind chill warnings across Massachusetts.

JetBlue Airways is operating with delays in Boston and according to a spokesperson, it is due to the extreme winter temperatures. 

A spokesperson said fueling operations have been limited due to the extreme winter weather.

“We are working closely with our fueling business partner to ensure that we are servicing aircraft efficiently and safely,” read the statement.

The spokesperson said customers traveling through Logan Airport can check their flight status at or on their mobile app.

Logan Airport is reporting temperatures at zero as of around 10 this morning. A wind chill warning is in effect until noon Sunday.  


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