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Boston Airport Shuttle wishes you the happiest Thanksgiving and the luckiest Black Friday.

Have a treat for yourself and shop at the best price sales in Boston. May your holidays be fun and fantastic. If you find yourself away from your loved ones this festive season, perhaps you could call us. We provide affordable shuttle services that can take you anywhere in Boston and Massachusetts. Black Friday falls … Continue reading Boston Airport Shuttle wishes you the happiest Thanksgiving and the luckiest Black Friday.

Seven Popular Spots To Pick Up A Thanksgiving Meal

Boston Airport Shuttle wishes you a very happy thanksgiving. We hope you have a wonderful time with your friends and family. We’ve gathered that the everyday American family that enjoys a Thanksgiving Day feast is going to spend around $ fifty-five on the Thanksgiving dinner to serve eight to 10 human beings. that is up … Continue reading Seven Popular Spots To Pick Up A Thanksgiving Meal

Massachusetts Has the Most Dangerous Highway in United States

Boston Airport Shuttle: A report from The Zebra News claims that the I-95 highway in Massachusetts is the most dangerous of all the American highways. The report marks this claim by the count of high casualties on the road which were highest among all the highways in 2019. David, a chauffeur from Boston Airport Shuttle tells … Continue reading Massachusetts Has the Most Dangerous Highway in United States

Travelers Can Now Catch a Flight from Boston to Two Brand New European Destinations with Play This Spring.

Boston Airport Shuttle feels delighted to announce that bostanions are going to be able to travel to two brand new European destinations with PLAY this spring announced on Monday.. Iceland-based PLAY will start flight services out of Logan International Airport to Stockholm on March 31, 2023, as well as Hamburg on the 16th of May 2023. … Continue reading Travelers Can Now Catch a Flight from Boston to Two Brand New European Destinations with Play This Spring.

Events around Boston this weekend

Boston Airport Shuttle: Here’s where most of the city activities would be happening this weekend. After Halloween week the city is still to celebrate. Many more events are happening at the end of this week. Catch a film at Arlington International Film Festival Celebrating culture through independent filmmaking since 2010, the Arlington International Film Festival … Continue reading Events around Boston this weekend

Boston Traffic Rules for OCT. 8 & 9 October 2022

Boston Airport Shuttle would like Boston Authorities to extend the traffic advisory. This week, there are some events taking place in Boston’s City of Boston that may result in parking restrictions and street closures. Participating in the events are encouraged to use public transport, cycle, or walk. Bluebikes information and details on the regional bike-share … Continue reading Boston Traffic Rules for OCT. 8 & 9 October 2022

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The Shortage of Pilots Is Causing Travel Problems for Passengers of Airlines

Boston Airport Shuttle: United Airlines flight attendants hit the lines of protest outside Logan International Airport on Tuesday. The protest comes amid the airline’s struggles with the possibility of delays of tens of thousands in the past few months. Per FlightAware, United has delayed up to 67,485 flights and canceled more than 6,780 on May … Continue reading The Shortage of Pilots Is Causing Travel Problems for Passengers of Airlines

Orange Line Shutdown Brings Permanent Street Changes

Boston Airport Shuttle Services would like to update our readers about the upcoming changes in arrangements on the streets. Today, Mayor Michelle Wu and Chief of Streets Jascha Franklin-Hodge unveiled several street modifications to help mitigate the impact of MBTA’s Orange Line shutdown, which will be permanently implemented with the reopening of the Orange Line … Continue reading Orange Line Shutdown Brings Permanent Street Changes

MBTA reports, Two-Third of Orange line Work Completed

“We are on day 21 of our 30-day surge of the Orange Line,” MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak said. “We have less than 10 days to go. We are making good progress, and again, we are confident we will be reopening on the morning of Monday the 19th.” The orange line has been shut down … Continue reading MBTA reports, Two-Third of Orange line Work Completed

Traffic arrives in Boston with Allston Christmas

Allston Christmas here in Boston on 1st September. It is the biggest day of the year for Boston as tens of thousands of college students are arriving in Boston this week ahead of the fall semester. College students have flooded the streets of Boston this week as they move back into the city before college’s … Continue reading Traffic arrives in Boston with Allston Christmas