PJS CEO and Founder, Greg Raiff, comments on Logan Airport’s ability to surpass its international passenger record for the third year in a row. With no domestic airlines claiming Boston as a major hub, the growth stems from foreign carriers.
“Growth at Logan is the exception, not the rule. With three major carriers, plus Southwest, controlling 70 percent of the US market, passengers can expect higher prices, fewer flights, and full aircraft on domestic routes. So, you might be able to get a non-stop to Ponta Delgada out of Boston, but not Little Rock, Boise, or Albuquerque.”
Read the entire article here at The Boston Globe.