Monday afternoon, if everything goes according to schedule, Patrick will be out at Logan Airport to welcome the first Emirates Airline flight from Dubai to Boston and the start of the first daily service to the Middle East.
Under the stands at the new JetBlue Park where the Red Sox are now training, a couple of old-fashion promotions are getting a tryout.
One month from today, March 10, Emirates airline will begin new international flights to the Middle East from Logan Airport and JetBlue will launch new service to Detroit from Boston.
On the last day of January, Massport announced an important first for Logan International Airport. A record 30 million passengers flew in and out of the regional airport.
The two Boston convention centers will have their best year in 2014.
Boston was the center of many national events over the weekend.
The Boston media got its first look at the renovations in the Callahan Tunnel on Tuesday.
There was supposed to be a celebration Tuesday for JetBlue’s tenth anniversary at Logan Airport, where it has risen to become the number one airline in Boston.
The Callahan Tunnel is more than 50 years old and Massachusetts Department of Transportation says it’s time for a remodel.
The completion of the merger of American Airlines and US Airways will bring major changes to Logan Airport starting next year.