General Travel Info
When flying, remember that all US airports are under heightened security measures. All adult passengers will be required to show a picture ID to obtain boarding passes, and at the gate. Click here to find out the latest information from the TSA.
As of December 31, 2006 all air travelers to and from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda will be required to have a passport.
When traveling for several days, especially on flights which require changing aircraft, packing a few essentials in your carryon bag can be a real headache saver should you and your luggage get separated. Toiletries, a change of clothes, and certainly any medications you’ll need for your trip should stay within arms reach. On many smaller commuter aircraft, all luggage gets stowed, so if there are any items you want with you during the flight, keep them separate. Smaller commuter planes tend to be much louder in the cabin than the larger aircraft. A set of ear plugs will make for a much more pleasant flight.
Carryon luggage restrictions vary slightly from carrier to carrier, so checking with them ahead of time can save some last minute shuffling in the terminal. Lots of different suggestions are out there for those folks who sometimes have problems with their ears “popping” during takeoff and landing altitude changes. Chewing gum, or other chewy candy is the old standby, and is available at virtually every airport you’ll pass through. Sipping bottled water works too, and lets you avoid calories.
Looking for something healthy to do during a layover? Fully equipped health clubs have opened at several major airports. Fees range from $8 to $13.
Travel tips are offered from TF Green Airport here.
Worcester Regional Airport Tips can be found here.
Logan Airport travel and other tips answered here.
Logan Airport Pickup Information
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Shared Van and Mini-Coach Pick-Up
Exit out door A102 and cross to “Courtesy Bus & Shared Van” area
Shared/Private Vans: Exit out Baggage Claim and cross into garage to “Shared Van Pickup” area.
Mini-Coach: Exit out Baggage Claim and walk curbside to “Charter Bus Area”.
Shared/Private Vans: Exit terminal via baggage claim and go to traffic island marked “Passenger Pickup Zone 1”. Pickup area is at left end of island.
Mini-Coach: Exit out door C110 and proceed to right approximately 50 feet to pickup area.
Shared/Private Vans: Exit out door E104 and cross to “Limo area”. Wait in the shelter.
Mini-Coach: Exit out door E106 to 2nd island and proceed past Courtesy Bus area to Charter Bus pickup area.
Private Sedan and Town Car Service
Exit out door A102 and cross to area marked “Limos”
Exit out Baggage Claim and cross into garage to “Limo area”.
MASSPORT REGULATION Effective Aug 15, 2008, passengers arriving into Terminal C will be required to call our office at 1-800-660-0992 once they are at the Limo Pickup Area ready to go. The car will then be sent to the Terminal for pickup.
Exit out door E104 and cross to “Limo area”.
Shared Sedan Service is limited to “live pickups” at the designated pickup areas only. Drivers are NOT ALLOWED to enter the terminal.
Find Your Terminal
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T.F. Green Airport Shared Van Service
All Shared Van Service
All passengers, once they get their luggage, should proceed out from baggage claim. Passengers should cross traffic lanes and go into parking lot and wait at the Limo Shelter.
Private Sedan and Town Car Service
All passengers will be met at the Information Center located on the Baggage Claim level. Drivers will have signs with WLimo on it.