Some days, it’s hard to see much improvement at Worcester Regional Airport. Blame the fog.
Since taking over the airport in 2010, the Massachusetts Port Authority has spent millions of dollars to spruce up the ailing facility’s terminal and runways. It even convinced JetBlue Airways to last month become the first major carrier to fly out of the city in a decade, with two roundtrip flights a day to Florida.
But for all that is new, the fog remains the same, keeping a lot of planes on the ground.
In the airline’s first month of Worcester service, JetBlue canceled 15 flights and diverted five planes to Boston’s Logan International Airport mostly due to the blanket of fog that often envelops the hilltop airport. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.