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FAA eyes antenna for radar errors

Logan officials ask FBI to rule out sabotage

By Mac Daniel and Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / October 12, 2005

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Federal aviation officials last night focused on a problem antenna as the possible cause of a malfunctioning radar system slowing flights in and out of Logan International Airport. After two full days of delays, frustrated Logan officials also asked federal investigators to rule out sabotage. (Full article: 1136 words)

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