Can you imagine the outrage if a Boston city councilor told his constituents to shut the hell up about jet noise from Logan?
The Boston Business Journal reports state legislators reached accord late last night on a bill that would not bar ride-hailing services from the two locations but would add a 20-cent fee to every ride for a new state office to oversee the services and ensure riders go through background checks. Lawmakers rejected a bid by taxi operators to make ride-hailing drivers also get fingerprinted.
Dan Santry watched an Air France A380 - the world's largest passenger plane - roll across the tarmac at Logan Airport this afternoon after it was diverted here due to bad weather in New York. They remain an unusual sight in Boston because Terminal E is still being fitted with the two-level jetways needed to quickly unload the two-level planes.
Here's how, although, yes, the author is that guy who brings his bike on the Blue Line at rush hour.
WBZ reports on Boston Elite Transportation.
WCVB reports on the return of flight 147 early this morning.
Every so often, Massport sets things on fire at Logan Airport so firefighters can practice putting them out. As John Gage shows us, today was one of those days.
State Police report a nearly full garbage truck tipped over shortly after 5 a.m. on a Logan Airport service road, sending the driver to the hospital with minor injuries and shutting the road as crews worked to right the truck and clean up the mess.
The tipping happened between Terminal E and the Gulf station, State Police report.
Does anyone know how much will cost a taxi or other option to Boston Logan International Airport from Courtyard Marriott Tremont?
Tamas K-L watched the inaugural arrival of a Qatar Airways jet at Logan Airport today, where it joins Emirates Airlines in offering daily service to the Persian Gulf.
The Boston Business Journal reports JetBlue has filed for permission to start direct flights to Cuba this September.
State Police report protesters demanding a $15 minimum wage at Logan Airport were allowed to protest and listen to a few speeches, then, when told to disperse, six refused and were arrested.
Those arrested on a trespassing charge: Michael G. Gallagher, 67, of Boston, Marvin A. Martin, 61, of Dorchester, Mary D. Lombos, 41, of Roxbury, Jacqueline Wesley, 51, of Roxbury, Yusuf Farah, 57, of Cambridge and Roxana L. Rivera, 46, of Warwick, RI.
Kosta wishes he were a roving UHub photographer, but this morning he's an immobile UHub photographer at Logan. He filed this photo of a de-icing crew around 10 a.m. from the plane he's been sitting in since 5 a.m.
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