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Plane groundings create snags for Logan travelers

Passengers wait to check in at the Delta Air Lines ticket counter at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago yesterday, when American Airlines and Delta canceled hundreds of flights. Passengers wait to check in at the Delta Air Lines ticket counter at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago yesterday, when American Airlines and Delta canceled hundreds of flights. (Frank Polich/Reuters)
By Nicole C. Wong
Globe Staff / March 28, 2008

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American Airlines Inc. and Delta Air Lines Inc. - which fly the most passengers through Boston's Logan International Airport - canceled at least a dozen Boston flights in the past two days to inspect aircraft for compliance with federal safety standards. (Full article: 723 words)

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