All morning flights canceled at Logan
The airlines canceled all their flights in and out of Logan International Airport this morning -- about 400 in all -- but one runway at the airport remains open, and several private jets and cargo planes have flown in through the snow.
About 20 passengers were stranded at the airport overnight, said Logan spokesman Phil Orlandella, but overall the scene is pretty quiet.
"We're optimistic based on what the airlines tell us that we'll try to get some flights in here and some flights out today," he said. "If they don't get them in, then all their morning flights are canceled again."
US Airways -- which has canceled more than 640 flights systemwide today, less than half the amount it canceled yesterday -- is experiencing more disruption out of Logan than anywhere else in the country.
"Boston's really the biggest impact today," said airline spokesman Todd Leemacher.
Like other airlines, US Airways is planning to fly planes into Boston tonight so they are in place for a normal schedule tomorrow.