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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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A Sea Change in Radar Technology

January 31, 2011
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A Sea Change in Radar Technology

The FAA and Massport have been successful partners in making Logan an airport that the nation’s airline pilots – just last year — singled out as their Airport of the Year because of the many strides we’ve taken to protect the safety of everyone who uses this airfield. The installation of a new, unique...

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What Boston Offers All of Us

January 31, 2011
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Your flight has landed safely at Logan Airport. If you are a first timer, there is that palpable feeling of wonder, and the resounding question inside your head: “What will Boston be like?” Whether you ride into Boston in a cab or take rapid transit or limousine, or a friend has come to pick...

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Visitation up More Than 11% in 2010; Trends Pointing to a Strong 2011

January 31, 2011
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International visitation to the United States – and to Boston – was up dramatically from 2009, according to statistics compiled by the Office of Travel and Tourism Industries. Although the OTTI is now compiling final statistics for November and December, the organization reported that for the first ten months of 2010, 50.4 million international...

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