New York, Boston-Bound Flights Divert To Bradley
This afternoon’s rough weather around the Northeast meant a busier-than-usual day for air traffic control at Bradley International Airport. Airport officials say three or four domestic flights destined for New York area airports diverted to Bradley when the bad weather was to the state’s southwest.
Those planes took off again after the storms moved through, and then, when the Boston area felt the impact of the storms, two international flights — one British Airways and one Virgin Airlines — landed at Bradley.
All the planes parked at the remote ramp before taking off for their original destinations.