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 completion of the merger of American Airlines and US Airways will bring major changes to Logan Airport starting next year.
Having traveled across the country by air for the Thanksgiving holiday, I have good news and bad news for people flying over Christmas.
The right plane for the right time. That was the message delivered by Gov. Patrick, Massport and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce as they officially welcomed Hainan Airlines to Boston.
With The Veteran’s Day weekend over, and Thanksgiving travel coming up, new JetBlue flights from The Worcester Airport are off to a promising start.
Seven car rental companies now located on the airport and two new ones, now off-airport, will move into Logan’s new consolidated rental car facility, known as Conrac, located on the south side of the airport.
Emirates Airlines will start flying from Boston to Dubai on March 10th of next year.
The New England cruise industry breathed a sigh of relief this week as The Costa Concordia was lifted off a reef in Italy after almost two years.
Logan Airport is going flier-friendly this month.
Allegiant will begin service on October 25 at Pease International Airport in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; and two weeks later, on November 7, JetBlue will inaugurate flights from the Worcester Airport.
The closing of the Callahan Tunnel this winter is expected to cause major traffic disruptions for people leaving the city heading north and to Logan Airport.