Letter: Landings at Logan have become nonstop

After reading the article in the Sunday Globe (“Noise complaint gets MassPort cold shoulder”), I have to agree with the Milton residents regarding the increased flights.

There is no lull between landings at all. At 5:20 p.m. on Oct. 22 in the Pleasant Street area, there were three planes going in for a landing. I went out again about an hour later, and they were still coming. It was truly like watching road traffic in the air.


It does no good to report this to the airport since they really don’t care. Their attitude is “stuff the cattle in and take off.” Money is the name of that game, not the impact on residents.

Maybe the printed word will get across to someone.

Rosalyn Krivitsky


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