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Canada drops all Covid testing requirements for vaccinated travelers

On Thursday, March 17, Canada's Minister of Health Jean-Yves Duclos announced the country would no longer require fully vaccinated travelers to show a negative Covid-19 test to enter the country. The new ruling will come into effect April 1 at 12:01 AM EDT, and tourists will not need a booster shot to be considered fully

March 18th, 2022|News|

4 of the best ski resorts around New England

It goes without saying — New England is one of the premier places for skiing and snowboarding in the United States. And what better way to beat the arctic funk? And there are several world-class ski resorts just a stone's throw from Boston. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, you’re sure to find a slope that

February 28th, 2022|News|

The UK drops Covid test for vaccinated travelers, effective Feb 11

A couple of weeks ago, the UK announced it was removing all testing requirements for eligible fully vaccinated arrivals. The new rules will come into effect on February 11, but inbound passengers are still required to fill out a Passenger Locator Form — which will be newly simplified to only confirm vaccination status, travel history and

February 7th, 2022|News|

We’ve got your winter getaway plans here

Winter storms in New England are no joke, and snow and icy roads make driving not only inconvenient but dangerous. If you’re looking for a snowy getaway with loved ones, don’t take the risk — our experienced chauffeurs are ready to take you and your precious cargo to your destination safely, whether you’re traveling near

January 12th, 2022|News|

Your last-minute New Year’s Eve plans with Flight Line

Has Omicron thrown your New Year’s Eve plans out the window? You’re not alone. While parties and big gatherings are still legal, many are opting for smaller, low-key plans. Here are a few ways to keep the New Year’s fun while staying more Covid-safe. Instead of booking a big — and usually expensive — party

December 29th, 2021|News|

Your guide to last minute holiday travel with Flight Line

Covid-19 and the Omicron variant have caused travel disruption and delays, leaving many people’s holiday plans in the lurch. It’s already Christmas Eve — but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to sort out last-minute holiday travel for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s.  At Flight Line, we offer shared vans, direct rides and

December 24th, 2021|News|

The latest on the Omicron variant ahead of the holidays

As the holidays quickly approach, many are nervous about what threat the most recent Covid-19 variant, Omicron, poses not only to ones’ holiday plans, but also health. And while so far the new variant has not yet proven as deadly as previous variants, it’s still fast-spreading. Here’s the latest. States including Texas, Georgia, Louisiana and

December 13th, 2021|News|

New England airports are overrun for the holidays — here’s how to avoid it

Boston’s Logan Airport was swarmed with almost a million passengers this Thanksgiving. Nationwide, TSA officials estimated 2.4 million people traveled through airports on Sunday alone, and people on social media reported extra long lines and wait times. Christmas and Hanukkah are fast approaching — here are a few tips to avoid the slammed airports. Staying home

November 29th, 2021|News|

Health experts share Covid-related tips for Thanksgiving family gatherings

Covid-19 cases in New England are on the rise, unfortunately in time for cold weather, flu season and Thanksgiving.  While positive cases have been on the decline since the summer, Massachusetts’ positive test rate has risen over the past two weeks to a seven-day average of 2.15%. While it’s disheartening that this is the second

November 15th, 2021|News|

Massachusetts passes 800k confirmed Covid-19 cases

Yesterday, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced 1,586 newly confirmed Covid-19 cases. This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 801,567. The seven-day weighted average of positive tests in the state is 1.84%. The state’s Department of Public Health also confirmed 23 additional deaths due to Covid-19, bringing the total

November 5th, 2021|News|
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