Image Credits:- Daily Express British Airways admits that it was forced to cancel almost all of their flights for Monday and Tuesday after the British pilots union went ahead with a strike. Amid heated impugn over salary issues with the airlines, the British Airlines Pilot Association has called for the strike. According to BALPA, a … Continue reading Almost All British Airway Flights Canceled as Pilots Go on Strike
Massachusetts General Law Chapter 90 Section 7AA states that a passenger in a vehicle who is below the age of 8 must be fastened and secured by child passenger restraint unless the passenger is taller than 57 inches. According to the law, the child passenger restraint should be properly fastened and secured as per the … Continue reading Car Seat Regulations in Boston and Massasuchets
Image Credits: Massport Logan Airport will see a series of significant developments over the course of the next five years and the Massachusetts Port Authority has already started officially warning of the traffic impacts starting this fall. Recently terminal B has also seen a major improvement with the addition of the Great Hall. The improvements … Continue reading Logan Airport to See New Changes, Officials Say to Expect ‘Major Impacts’ for the Next Five Years
Here is some good news for travellers to Boston Airport. Terminal B of Logan International Airport now has now been upgraded with the addition of “Great Hall“. The idea is to provide travelers with more streamlined travel experience and to honor the sports heroes of the nation. As a part of the upgrade of Terminal … Continue reading Great Hall added to Logan Airport Terminal B
Chickadee is a state of the art Italian style restaurant, located amidst the gigantic Innovation and Design Building, in the Drydock Avenue in Boston. The restaurant serves sumptuous Italian menu and the interior is quite richly clad. One can taste the fineries of Italian cuisine against the lush backdrop of the warm interior. The place … Continue reading Chickadee: A fancy treat in the middle of nowhere
ARLINGTON, MA — An Arlington police officer helped deliver a baby girl when a woman went into labor at home. Just before 5:30 a.m. on May 1, police received a 911 call from Arlington resident Ed McKinnon reporting that his wife was in labor at their College Avenue home. Officer Brandon Kindle, who was in … Continue reading Arlington Police Officer Helps Deliver Baby Girl
In a welcome move for Taxi and Private car drivers in Boston, Massport Authority has proposed a ban on Lyft and Uber from entering the Airport Terminal front at Logan International Airport. Given the fierce competition between Taxi Drivers associations and app-based taxi hauling systems like Uber and Lyft, this may be a victory for Taxi … Continue reading Taxis gain Upper Hand on Uber-Lyft at Boston Airport Terminal
In this age of innovations, the latest to join the bandwagon is Self-Driving aka Autonomous Cars. What’s new now? The Self-Driving Cars are those which doesn’t require a Driver to move rather uses a combination of sensors like GPS, Odometry, Radar, Sonar, Inertial Measurement Units and Software to perceive the Environment and navigate accordingly. Technically, … Continue reading Self-driving cars- the new Age Conundrum?
Magic is really very simple, all you’ve got to do is want something and then let yourself have it. – Aggie Cromwell, Halloweentown (1998) Get 10% off on your Halloween Costume Party rides. Call us or make an online reservation early if you need a ride back home from late night Halloween Party.
Event Name: Fog X Flo – Fog Mystics Venue: October 20th, 2018 | Fog x Ruins, Franklin Park Overlook, Bos Artist: Fujiko Nakaya Date: 20th Oct 2018 Feel the Halloween spirit with a short visit to the Fog Mystics of the Emerald Necklace Parks! Best time to experience this is late afternoon and evening. The … Continue reading Unique Halloween Event in Boston 2018