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Logan to cut landing fee for new nonstop flights

Goal is more routes to key cities overseas

Landing fees on airlines are a key source of money to keep Logan Airport running. Landing fees on airlines are a key source of money to keep Logan Airport running. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/File 2007)
By Nicole C. Wong
Globe Staff / February 15, 2008

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To entice airlines to roll out nonstop service between Boston and Asia, Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East, the Massachusetts Port Authority's board yesterday approved rebates on Logan International Airport's landing fees for new international routes. (Full article: 678 words)

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