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Faulty Radar Serving Logan Leaves Thousands Stranded

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Wed, 12 Oct 2005 04:02:45 -0400

Monitors show objects that don't exist; solution uncertain
By Donovan Slack, Globe Staff | October 11, 2005

A malfunctioning radar system serving Logan International Airport
caused flight cancellations and delays of several hours yesterday,
stranding thousands of passengers on a holiday weekend and adding to
the woes of an airport that has logged several runway incidents in the
past few months.

Radar malfunction causes long delays at Logan
October 11, 2005

BOSTON --Flight delays continued Tuesday at Logan International
Airport as federal officials worked to repair malfunctioning radar and
controllers using a backup system added extra space between planes.

Airport travelers play the waiting game
Many in the dark about radar glitch
By Heather Allen, Globe Correspondent | October 11, 2005

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