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.
Logan Airport and South Station, New England’s air, bus and rail hubs handled more than one million passengers in the seven days before the holiday.
The city’s transportation hubs at Logan Airport and South Station will experience their busiest days of the year Thursday and Friday.
Within a year, jetBlue expects to have about 150 workers performing day and overnight work on Airbus A320 and Embraer 190 aircraft.
JetBlue Airways celebrated its 75th destination on Thursday at T.F. Green Airport in Providence with flights to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. But the New England growth story for the airline is much bigger than this inaugural flight.
According to final figures released by Massport, more passengers using its Black Falcon Cruise Terminal now begin and end their trip in Boston than come to the city for a one-day port-of-call visit from another destination.
A new era of cooperation between Massachusetts state transportation agencies will begin Thursday at Logan Airport.