Bob Weiss’s All Things Travel reports can be heard weekly on WBZ NewsRadio 1030, and Bob is also a contributor for CBSBoston.com. He is the former editor of “Travel New England” and covers air, rail and bus transportation for WBZ-AM.
The back-to-back tourism and transportation weeks got me thinking about the ten top T & T stories of the last 12 months.
Boston’s six-month cruise season is now underway.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner will resume daily service between Boston and Tokyo again on June 1.
It was a clear victory for the flying public last week on two major issues and there was little for the FAA or the TSA to say.
Logan Airport promotion reached new heights on April 10, when Copa Airlines came to town.
The new weekend train service starting on May 24 from Boston to Hyannis holds real promise for the Massachusetts tourism industry.
April is one of the busiest months of the year with events like the Marathon and the spring school vacation week taking place at the same time.
Massport CEO Thomas Glynn has three major challenges this year.
The announcement that American Airlines will merge with US Airways will make Logan Airport the most competitive airport in the northeast.
It was an all-pro team that gathered on the East Boston waterfront Monday afternoon for the groundbreaking of the first of seven buildings at Portside at Pier One with the best view of the city.