Monthly Archives: February 2011

White … out!-When it Comes to Snow Removal, Nobody does it Better than Logan Airport

February 15, 2011
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White … out!-When it Comes to Snow Removal, Nobody does it Better than Logan Airport

Snow. More snow. And still more snow has been shoveled down on Logan Airport by Old Man Winter who appears to be working overtime this wintery season.  It’s still anyone’s guess as to what he has in store for the rest of the snow season. Freeze that though! The yearly average snowfall at Logan...

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Travel Log – Radar vs. GPS

February 15, 2011
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-By Joshua Resnek editor@thelogantimes.com Like most of us who fly frequently, I tend not to give a moment’s thought about my safety once I’m past security and seated comfortably inside the plane. Then comes the take-off and the strong feeling of all that thrust and power pushing me deeper into my seat. Then the...

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Holding steady- Airline employment unchanged in 2010

February 15, 2011
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-Logan Times Staff Report Job hunting for work at American airlines based in American airports did not allow for many new employment opportunities between 2009 and 2010, according to statistics recently released by the US Department of Transportation. In fact, airline employment was unchanged. Prior to November, 2010, there were 28 consecutive months of...

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Logan Gears up for February School Break

February 15, 2011
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February school break is expected to be a very busy time at Logan Airport. Airlines have advised Massport that load factors could reach one-hundred percent on both arrivals and departures. Additional staffing will be put in place at the airport for customer service, convenience, public safety and security. “This year’s school break comes at...

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TSA Says Security, Safety and Peace of Mind: Things You Should Know Before You Travel

February 15, 2011
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Families urged to prepare for screening and pack wisely in advance of school vacation week travel As many families around the nation head to the airport for February school vacation week , the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is urging travelers to pack wisely and to remember “3-1-1” when taking liquids, gels and aerosols in...

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