Philly-To-Boston Flight Grounded At Logan Airport
A US Airways flight from Philadelphia to Boston was parked on a tarmac at Boston's Logan International Airport because of an unchecked bag.
WBZ TV says passengers were removed from the US Airways Flight 1716 and luggage taken out and placed along the runway.
"Out of an abundance of caution a US Airways flight was remotely parked at the airfield while a bag on board was examined," explained Massport, the airport's operator in a statement. "The passengers were bused to the terminal, the baggage was deemed harmless, and the flight taxied to the gate. Airport operations were not impacted."
The flight left Philadelphia at 9:24 a.m. and arrived in Boston at 10:12 a.m.