Boston’s Logan International Airport has apologized for choosing the 12th anniversary of the September 11 attacks for a runway fire drill using smoke.
The hijacked jets that hit the Twin Towers in 2001 both took off from Logan.
The airport started off well on Facebook this morning, with a simple message:
Then, it seems, they forgot, and announced the fire drill:
That post drew plenty of criticism. Then the airport remembered again, and apologized:
According to the AP, the Massachusetts Port Authority, which operates the airport, released a statement apologizing for the date of the runway fire drill. The airport hosted multiple events to mark the anniversary of the attacks.
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