Boston’s Logan Airport Normal Following Fire
The jet fueling system at Boston's Logan International Airport is up and running after a fire but officials say there are some residual flight delays.
The fire Tuesday sent thick, black smoke into the air, forced some international flights to make stops elsewhere to refuel and stranded a handful of planes on the ground.
No injuries were reported after the fire, which was quickly contained.
One of more than a dozen fuel pumps was engulfed in flames, and the airport's underground fuel system was temporarily suspended as a precaution
The cause of the fire was under investigation, but it does not appear suspicious.
Travelers were urged Wednesday to check their airline for delays.