Boston-based low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is set to enhance its spring service by introducing 10 daily flights departing from Logan Airport. Among these additional flights, some will cater to new destinations. Beginning April 10, Spirit will initiate daily flights to Norfolk, Virginia; Charleston, South Carolina; and Houston, while also resuming a daily flight to Dallas. … Continue reading Spirit Airlines Expands Boston’s Logan Airport Service with 10 Daily Flights
This summer, Boston residents with aspirations of exploring Vienna’s Schönbrunn Palace can make their dreams a reality by taking advantage of Austrian Airlines’ new nonstop service. The airline recently revealed plans to commence direct flights between Boston and Vienna in July. Operating a Boeing 767-300 with 211 seats, the year-round service will be available six … Continue reading Austrian Airlines To Launch Service Between Boston And Vienna This Summer
Here is a report on budget-friendly airlines and their operational market share. This is for Boston Airport Shuttle readers and our regular customers who follow our blog for Boston Airport News and Boston Road Transportation News. SUMMARY Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) hosts numerous low-cost carriers, such as Norse Atlantic Airways, Allegiant Air, Southwest Airlines, … Continue reading Budget-Friendly at Logan: Explore 5 Affordable Airlines with Flights Departing from Boston.
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
A longtime New Hampshire ski mountain will open this winter after all, reversing its decision to close, which was announced last week on social media. Black Mountain, in operation since 1935 and owned by the Fichera family since 1995, announced last week “the very difficult decision to cease operations” due to high energy costs, staffing … Continue reading Black Mountain to Reopen This Winter After All
On Friday, the ribbon-cutting ceremony officially marked the completion of renovations at Terminal E within Boston Logan International Airport. The event also commemorated a century of aviation history in the city. While the bright red Terminal E primarily serves international flights, Governor Maura Healey, Mayor Michelle Wu, and various officials convened at the site for … Continue reading Boston’s Logan Airport Unveils Striking Terminal E with a Vibrant Red Aesthetic
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
On Sunday, a somber atmosphere enveloped New York City’s airports as a thunderstorm wreaked havoc, causing over 1,000 flight delays and cancellations. FlightAware data revealed that Newark, LaGuardia, and JFK airports collectively endured more than 600 flight cancellations and upwards of 500 delays by 1:30 p.m. Remarkably, each of these major airports in the city … Continue reading Travelers Mourn Flight Disruptions as NYC Airports Face Storm Cancellations
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