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Category: News & Notification
Headed to the airport on a business or leisure trip soon? Your time going through security might be a little bit easier in the coming months and years. The Transportation Security Administration announced that it has plans to install new X-ray scanners across all U.S. airports that will allow travelers to leave their laptops inside their luggage when going through a security checkpoint. Yes, that means no more digging through your carry-on for your laptop, while simultaneously taking off your shoes and belt, dropping everything into their own individual gray bins, while a line of unhappy travelers waits impatiently behind you. Read More
Congratulations to Charles Wisniewski, President of Teddy’s Transportation System, who was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the New England Livery Association. NELA is a non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting quality service and management in the ground transportation industry. Read More
With six years of year-over-year passenger growth, Bradley International Airport is serving more travelers than ever and, with all those extra travelers, comes a need for more infrastructure. As such, the airport is modernizing its facilities and adding more flights and services.
While this means good things for you as a traveler, once the enhancements are complete, it can also mean some disturbances while the airport undergoes construction. Here’s what you can expect if you visit Bradley International Airport in the near future. Read More
If you’re a New Yorker with some travel coming up, you likely know there are two different travel identification options open to you — Enhanced IDs and REAL ID s. Due to the Federal REAL ID Act, that takes effect in New York on October 1, 2020, your regular license will not be accepted alone as proof of identification for domestic flights. After this date, an Enhanced ID or REAL ID will be required to get on a plane, unless you have a valid passport with you.
Depending on what your travel itinerary includes, one of these options could benefit you more than the other. Here are the differences between the two (and why you need one or the other sooner than you might think). Read More