About half the flights at Logan International Airport were canceled Tuesday, including all service by the airport’s largest carrier, JetBlue Airways, as airlines started repositioning planes and rebuilding schedules after Monday’s massive travel disruptions due to Hurricane Sandy. About 90 percent of the airport’s approximately 1,000 inbound and outbound flights were scrapped Monday as the East Coast bore the brunt of the storm.
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