In his final report as interim CEO of The Massachusetts Port Authority on October 18, David Mackey said that Logan had experienced a two percent decline in passengers in the month of September.
The steady growth of monthly year-over-year passenger growth is slowing at Logan Airport.
The lengthy search for a new director of the Massachusetts Port Authority may have ended.
Starting in November, 11 of Logan Airport’s 40 ATM locations will switch over from Bank of America, Citizens Banks, and Sovereign Bank to JP Morgan Chase and Capital One.
JetBlue Airlines may start flights at Worcester airport.
Starting Wednesday morning the MBTA Silver Line service from Logan Airport to South Station will be free.
JetBlue President and CEO Dave Barger tweeted that he had a “very nice visit” with Massport ten days ago about Worcester Regional Airport.
Fare collection on inbound buses from Logan to South Station would be eliminated between June 1 to September 3.
There could be fourteen feet of snow out there and MassPort would tell you….”that flight is scheduled to leave on time.” Left unsaid….”of course it’s scheduled to……it surely won’t, but it’s scheduled to.
This not an April First fable. The Massachusetts Port Authority has spent 12 months looking for a new CEO and the job is still not close to being filled.