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Flights resume at Logan Airport

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Logan International Airport reopened at about 11 p.m. Saturday after being closed for almost the entire day while crews removed snow from the airfield, the longest the airport has been shut down in years.

Only a few flights were expected to come in Saturday night, said spokesman Matthew Brelis, including a Virgin America flight from Los Angeles and a charter plane carrying the Denver Nuggets, who are playing the Celtics Sunday night.

Most airlines will start bringing in planes Sunday morning and will operate on a limited schedule before returning to normal operations on Monday.

Katie Johnson can be reached at kjohnston@globe.com.
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