Airports in the US Mid-Atlantic and Northeast reopened yesterday as the regions began to dig out from back-to-back storms that produced record snow accumulation in some areas. Seven consecutive days of snow removal were required at Washington Dulles and National, which were open for flights yesterday morning by 11 a.m., the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority said. Baltimore, Philadelphia and the three major New York area airports also were operational, although airlines continued to ...

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