FAA issued ground stop at Boston airport after explosions at marathon

04/15/2013 | USA Today · Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

After two bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon on Monday, some flights experienced delays at the city's Logan International Airport. The Federal Aviation Administration issued a ground stop for planes at the airport, which has since been lifted. Laura Brown, an FAA spokeswoman, said the 30-minute ground stop to reconfigure runways was required "so planes would not be flying over the bomb site."

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