As numerous diverted flights sat on the ground with their passengers for as long as seven hours at snowbound Bradley International Airport near Hartford, Conn., on Oct. 29, officials at an airport about 100 miles away knew something that the airlines that kept sending their flights to Bradley did not. T.F. Green International Airport near Providence, R.I., had only rain to deal with, and also had the capability to process international flights. In the midst of a surprisingly severe ...

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