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The first nor’easter of 2014 made a mess of travel plans everywhere, canceling hundreds of flights in and out of Logan International Airport, shutting down bus service between Boston and New York, and leaving thousands of New Englanders heading home after the holidays stranded around the country.
By afternoon, still hours before the brunt of the storm was expected to hit, airlines already had canceled more than 200 flights in and out of Logan. Cancellations and delays were expected to continue through Friday.
“I’ve been hearing people saying [the storm] going to affect millions of travelers, but its hard to predict that right now,” said Jeanenne Tornatore, a senior editor at Orbitz.com, a travel planning website. “Certainly,you could say tens of thousands