All Things Travel: Delta Boston Flights Take OffDelta Airlines plans a major expansion of its flights from Logan Airport over the next 12 months.
All Things Travel: Start Of Boston Casino Construction A 'Big Wynn' For Mass.It’s still a couple of years away, but Boston is going to get its first casino action.
All Things Travel: Logan Airport Lines Up Record Passenger NumbersLogan Airport passenger numbers should be up about 250,000 for the month of July.
All Things Travel: Logan Airport Steps ForwardThe new walkway, under construction since last year, now allows domestic passengers arriving at the JetBlue terminal to stay behind security as they connect to international flights in Terminal E, easing the traffic flow.
All Things Travel: Legal Sea Foods Takes Its Case To AirportsLegal has restaurant operations at three regional airports--including Philadelphia, Washington, and Boston.
All Things Travel: Flights To Havana Mean Shift In Caribbean TourismChanges are in the air for Caribbean travel for next winter.
All Things Travel: Boston Reacts To Brexit VoteTwo Boston CEOs took a wait-and-see attitude to the surprising results of the British election.
All Things Travel: Senator Markey Hits The MarkAt a Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs luncheon on Friday, Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey was right on target.
All Things Travel: 'Mr. Airline' Returns To BostonDavid Neeleman returned to Logan Airport Saturday night as the CEO of TAP, The Airline of Portugal. It’s the latest move of the man who has headed five airlines on three continents.
All Things Travel: Logan’s Downtown Travel ChallengesAs of June 1, airport passengers taking mass transportation from Logan to downtown will pay three different prices.
All Things Travel: Logan Numbers Take OffThe number of passengers flying in and out of Logan Airport is climbing to new, record numbers.
All Things Travel: Alaska Air To Buy Virgin America For More Than $4BAlaska Airlines won the bidding war over JetBlue and will buy Virgin America in a deal worth more than $4 billion.