FGITD wrote:Perhaps AA took it with them, or Southwest simply didn't want it anymore. Can't really fault them for not wanting to have a minor memorial to a tragedy that didn't involve them at one of their gates, but still...seems a shame to not have it marked anymore.
Didn't even know such a thing existed and to be honest it doesn't bother me since there is a real 9/11 memorial that is open to the public. I doubt 99.9% of Logan passengers even knew about it. In fact I wouldn't be shocked if only a few passengers even know about the real memorial. When you think about it, for people under the age of 25 or so, 9/11 is just a paragraph in a school book.
P.S. I did a google search and found this article. Is the flag above C19 still there?
https://www.wbur.org/morningedition/201 ... n-memorial
VS4ever wrote:Some things should transcend different airline using a gate, this one is definitely one of those things. WN should see right and put the flag back up, 9/11 or not, “never forget” has been a motto about that fateful day for a reason.
True but you know that motto is not realistic. How often do we remember Pearl Harbor?
On a different topic, I drove past terminal A yesterday and all the Delta tails were quite a sight. It does look like a real Delta hub now