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A replacement radar antenna, the red object at left, yesterday ended a malfunction that delayed flights into Logan International Airport for two full days, according to Massport and FAA officials.

New antenna ends radar errors at Logan

Massport seeks probe of response

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / October 13, 2005

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A replacement radar antenna yesterday ended a malfunction that delayed flights into Logan International Airport for two full days, according to Massachusetts Port Authority and FAA officials. (Full article: 726 words)

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