About a third of Logan International Airport flights are experiencing delays

Logan International Airport remained calm on Friday afternoon, despite the massive manhunt going on for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, but about a third of the flights going in and out of the airport were experiencing delays, according to Massport’s website.

Security has been heightened at the airport since Monday, when two explosives killed three people and injured nearly 200, but security lines were short in Terminals B and C, and Transportation Security Administration passengers checks did not appear to be out of the normal.


Taxis continued to pick up and drop off passengers throughout the morning, despite the now-lifted ban on taxi service in Boston.

In fact, cabs outnumbered waiting customers at several taxi stands at the airport.

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