Boston Logan International Airport’s newly modernized Terminal E likened to a colossal ruby-red boomerang or an intergalactic spaceship, officially opened on November 14. This $640-million project expands the international terminal’s footprint to 390,000 sq ft, incorporating four additional gates and various amenities. Beyond providing departing travelers with sweeping panoramic views of Boston’s skyline, the expansive … Continue reading The Revamped Terminal E At Boston Logan Has Been Inaugurated
Travelers flying to or from Boston’s Logan International Airport are advised to verify their flight status, as numerous flights are either being canceled or experiencing delays caused by the outer bands of the former Hurricane Lee. Cape Air, as reported on the MassPort website Saturday morning, has canceled all of its Logan flights and those … Continue reading Hurricane Lee’s Path Was Offshore But Flights At Logan Airport Still Delayed Or Canceled
Four new gates at Terminal E of Boston’s Logan International Airport have had a gentle opening. Logan International Airport in Boston has increased the size of its international Terminal E by adding four more gates. This enhanced Terminal E features amenities and includes a Delta Sky Club, enriching the experience for travelers at the airport. Quiet … Continue reading The New Multimillion-Dollar Complex at Boston Logan International Airport Opened with Little Fanfare.
In Framingham, Massachusetts, sunbathers enjoyed the sandy shores of Waushakum Pond, yet the water remained untouched, and this caution was well-founded. Waushakum stands among the multitude of over fifty Massachusetts beaches that remained off-limits throughout the weekend due to contamination, specifically caused by a proliferation of harmful algae. The majority of these restricted swimming spots … Continue reading Elevated Bacteria, Algae Levels Force Closure of 50+ Massachusetts Beaches
During the early days of the summer travel season, the price of plane tickets experienced a significant decrease, extending a trend as airlines capitalize on reduced jet fuel costs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ latest data released on Wednesday, airfares in June witnessed an 8.1% decline compared to the previous month. This … Continue reading Flights Are Getting Cheaper As Summer Travel Season Ramps Up
During the holiday weekend, air travel in the US experienced heightened turmoil, with the New York metro airports bearing the brunt of the disruptions. Frustrated travelers took to social media to express their dissatisfaction and directed their ire toward Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg. “Sunrise at the Denver airport,” tweeted stranded traveler Bree Hocking on Sunday … Continue reading Air Travel Chaos Leaves Hundreds More Flights Canceled Nationwide As Travelers Take Aim At Buttigieg
In time for the July 4 holiday, airports in the Northeast are experiencing delays and cancellations, leading to disputes between airlines and regulators as they point fingers at each other for the situation. Here’s what you should be aware of. The prolonged disruption of flights to and from the Greater New York area is causing … Continue reading Summer Airline Woes Are Here: What to Expect Traveling This Weekend.
Starting November 1, this fall, JetBlue will expand its Barbados service by introducing a second weekly flight from Boston Logan International Airport to Grantley Adams International Airport. These new Wednesday departures will complement the existing Saturday flights between Boston and Barbados. Rooturaj Pattanaik, of LimoTrust.org – the trusted network of the Limo and Taxi Cab … Continue reading JetBlue Launching New Barbados Flights From Boston
According to recent information on the ground from our drivers with duties around Lynn Woods, bushfires are raging. This has been confirmed by local news today. According to CBS News 5 separate fires have razed 212 acres of woodlands in Lynn. The first sighting came in on 12th May, Friday and by Monday 5th fire was reported … Continue reading Bush Fires raging in Massachusetts due to Extreme Dry Conditons
Looking for fun things to do in Boston this weekend? Look no further than Boston Airport Shuttle, which can offer you comfortable and convenient airport shuttle services in Boston to all the best events in the city. Whether you want to watch freestylers compete in a dance-off, catch an indie film, or explore the city’s … Continue reading 8 Things To Do In Boston This Weekend