Boston Logan Airport Went To Battle With The Blizzard [21 HQ Photos]

When last week’s blizzard struck Boston Logan aArport their crews were ready for battle. Armed with Vammas, a multi-function snow removal machine with blades that are 27 feet wide and a 450 mile per hour blower located in the rear that can plow, broom and blow all at once, they were able to clear the runway area of 6 million square feet in less than one day. The airport posted the following interesting photos to Facebook showing the crew in action.

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