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.
All Things Travel: New International Airlines Landing At Logan AirportThis week, three new routes were added and by the middle of June, six more departures have been schedule to Europe and Halifax, Nova Scotia.
All Things Travel: Logan Airport Helps Land GE In BostonRelocate to innovate--that is the story behind General Electric’s decision to move their world corporate headquarters a couple of hundred miles from Fairfield, Connecticut to Boston.
All Things Travel: Out-Of-State Casinos Beating Plainridge ParkPlainridge Park Casino is trailing Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun in Connecticut and Twin River in Rhode Island.
All Things Travel: Logan Airport Expects Record Passenger TrafficAbout 120,000 people are expected to pass through the airport, enough to fill Fenway Park three times.
All Things Travel: More Bad Times Ahead For MBTAFor several reasons, it was a bad week for the MBTA.
All Things Travel: Lawyers Travel Agency Wins Its CaseOriginally named Lawyers Travel, it is now known as The Ovation Travel Group servicing some of the largest law firms in Boston from its downtown office.
All Things Travel: The Demise Of New York And Rise Of BostonBob Weiss says two things are going to lead to the demise of New York: the number of people walking in midtown and the sheer number of vehicles on the streets.