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.
Capt. John Ogonowski, the pilot of one of the planes that was flown into the World Trade Center towers during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, is one of 10 alumni veterans being honored by the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
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American Airlines say they are taking preventative steps to make sure no more seats become loose.
On the affected aircraft, there was a single row of seats that were not properly installed.
American Airlines has temporarily grounded eight aircraft after rows of seats became loose on two flights.
JetBlue Airways has begun offering direct flights from Boston to Dallas-Fort Worth, right into the heart of American Airlines’ operations.
Unemployment numbers for January are due Friday, but we’re getting some grim news now.
While not unexpected, the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing by American Airlines is a jolt to the aviation industry and airports in New England.
The Supreme Court has left in place a ruling that denied $333,000 to airport skycaps who claimed they were cheated out of tips when American Airlines started charging curbside baggage fees.