Major airport may start charging people who drop off friends for flights


The free dropoff at Boston’s Logan Airport may be a thing of the past.

The group that runs Logan International Airport will study a plan to charge those nice friends and family members who run travelers to the airport, The Associated Press reported.

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On average, 20,000 cars a day either drop off or pick up someone from the airport, the AP reported.

The study is an agreement between Massachusetts Port Authority and an environmental group, the Boston Globe reported.

The Conservation Law Foundation won’t block Massport’s plan to add 5,000 additional parking spaces at the airport. The space development comes with a $250 million price tag.

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