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Teddy’s is taking every precaution with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

With the spread of the virus dominating not only the news but everyone’s lives, Teddy’s urges its customers and members of our community to stay safe. Stay home if you can. But if you must travel, know that we’re taking every precaution to keep everyone safe by disinfecting all cars before and after each trip.

Be assured that, despite Connecticut and neighboring states closing non-essential businesses, all area states deemed, as ‘essential,’ public transportation (that’s us) and transportation infrastructure including airports and gas stations.

What we’re doing to protect you

Team Teddy’s understands your concerns surrounding COVID-19. That’s why we’re taking every precaution to ensure our vehicles are safe and sanitary for passengers, including:

  • Cleaning and disinfecting all passenger areas and frequently touched areas (including door handles, climate control knobs, and seat belt buckles) between trips using a CDC-approved cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Encouraging all drivers to adhere to high standards of personal hygiene. This includes washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue, and staying home when they are sick.

Travel bans and what is not banned

Domestic air travel is not banned. Nor is driving or crossing state lines. On March 24th, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont declared, in response to rumors of closing the border with New York, “right now, that’s not an option.”

But many of our customers are international travelers who regularly visit other countries for work and play. At this time, the U.S. Department of State recommends avoiding nonessential travel to certain countries, including China, Iran, and most of Europe. If you have a trip to another country coming up in the next few weeks, check the State Department website for regular updates. Do not travel to another part of the world without first becoming informed about the spread of COVID-19 in that area.

Additionally, the White House has banned travel from 26 European countries. The ban will be in place for 30 days and is effective March 13th, 2020. U.S. citizens will be allowed to return from these countries but must travel through specific airports where they will receive screening for the virus.

Your safety is our top priority

As a 2020 LCT magazine National Operator of the Year, Teddy’s has dedicated 88 years to prioritizing your safety and well being when you travel with us. When you choose Teddy’s you can rest assured you will get the most sanitary car service possible. Whether you need airport service or private car service to New York City, Teddy’s Transportation System is authorized and stand ready to help.

Teddy’s is seeing an increase in people skipping the train and taking  a Teddy’s to New York and back. As well, some of you are skipping the plane and taking us direct to Washington, DC, Boston, Philadelphia and on. We are bringing your students back from college in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Vermont. May we help you this week?

JFK vs. LaGuardia: Which Airport Should I Fly Into?

LaGuardia vs JFK: Which airport should you fly into?When you’re flying out of an airport, there are plenty of things to consider: frequent flyer lounges, restaurants, and so on. But when you’re flying into an airport, there’s usually a single overriding concern: how fast you can leave. This is why our passengers often ask us: “Which of New York City’s airports should I fly into?”

Laguardia vs JFK: Delayed Flights Comparison

If you’re a serious traveler, you may want to bookmark the US Department of Transportation website. From this page, you can select the most-used airports in the country and review all kinds of statistics, including an on-time performance summary. We checked out the most recent results for JFK, LaGuardia and, for good measure, Newark Liberty International Airport. Here’s how they compare, from best to worst:

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How to Get from LaGuardia to Manhattan (Without a Headache)

How to get from LaGuardia airport to Manhattan most efficientlyWhether you’re traveling into Manhattan for business or leisure, if you fly into LaGuardia Airport, you’re quickly going to realize that just because LaGuardia is technically located in New York City, it may still be city miles away from where you need to go. LaGuardia is in Queens — a good hike away from Manhattan. So, how do you get from LaGuardia to Manhattan most efficiently? You have several transportation options.

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JFK Ground Transportation: The Fastest Way to Get to Connecticut

Private driver opening door - JFK ground transportationOnce your plane has landed, you’ve made it through the crowded terminal and you’ve retrieved your luggage, you might think your journey is over, but there’s still a big travel decision looming in your future. How are you actually going to get from the airport to your final destination?

If you’re flying into JFK in New York City and your end destination is Connecticut, you have a few ground transportation options.

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