Airport Transportation In & Out of Logan

Posted by Michael Foilb on Tue, Feb 16, 2016 @ 09:06 PM

If you’re flying in and out of Logan Airport you are 1 of almost 30 million travelers that pass through the hub annually. One of the more angst-ridden aspects of your trip is dealing with the airport, whether it’s getting to Logan, coming out of the city, you’re likely combating traffic, parking costs ($29/day), driving stress, schlepping luggage, etc.

Le Limo’s Logan Airport Service is ranked as one of the best in the area. For first class service, a history of outstanding reviews and 30 years of experience, Le Limo helps you return to an era of unparalleled luxury.

For a little more than the cost of a cab Le Limo provides you with a meticulously-clean car, a professionally-trained chauffeur and a stress-free ride to Logan. Water and fresh mints await you in the back of the vehicle. Whether you need a sedan, SUV, stretch limo, Mercedes Sprinter, stretch SUV or party bus, we have a vehicle that suits your needs.


There are so many things that can go badly during a day of travel. We just think that your ride to the airport shouldn’t be one of them. No anxiety about catching a bus, no worries about trying to find an available cab, no issues with parking. Unfortunately, there’s not much we can do to help you deal with the TSA and long security lines.

we will pick you and your luggage up at your address and drop you off right at your terminal. Call Le Limo to ensure you will get to the airport on time in the lap of luxury. Call us at 800-287-8970 or book online. Drivers are waiting to assist you.

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12 Tips to Help Get You Through Airport Security Faster

Posted by Michael Foilb on Sun, Jul 14, 2013 @ 09:33 PM

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  1. Know the 3-1-1 rule for carry-ons = 3.4 ounce (100ml) bottle or less (by volume); Prepare 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag of liquids before arriving at the airport; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin. One-quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. 3.4 ounce (100ml) container size is a security measure.
  2. Pack all coats and jackets in checked baggage when possible. All coats and jackets brought through the security line must go through the X-ray machine for inspection.
  3. Do not wrap gifts. If a security officer needs to inspect a package, they may have to unwrap the gift.
  4. Removing ALL items from pockets, as well as certain accessories, including wallet, belt, bulky jewelry, money, keys, and cell phone. Removing all of these items will reduce the chance of needing additional screening after exiting the machine. The officer viewing the image cannot see the passenger, so any irregularity that appears on the screen will require inspection to determine what it is. Dress for the screening metal zippers, eyelets, buckles, tie studs, cufflinks, and underwire bras may all trigger an alarm. Certain metal body piercings may cause the machines to alarm, which will result in additional screening.
  5. When in doubt leave it out…Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) have to resolve any anomaly detected at the checkpoint. If you trigger an alarm when passing through a metal detector or advanced imaging technology unit, additional screening and time will be required.
  6. Head Coverings: Travelers are permitted to wear head coverings and religious garments during the screening process. They may be directed to additional screening if the headwear or clothing (religious or otherwise) is loose fitting or large enough to hide prohibited items.
  7. Wear slip-on shoes. Travelers are required to remove shoes before entering the screening technology slip on shoes speed this process.
  8. Passengers with disabilities, medical conditions or a prosthetic device that prevents them from removing their shoes should notify a security officer. These passengers will be given additional screening that includes a visual and physical inspection.
  9. Have your documents ready.  Passengers are required to show their boarding pass and ID at the TSA checkpoint.    
  10. Take infants and children out of baby carriers and strollers and take them through the metal detector. Strollers and baby carriers go through the X-ray machine with your bags. If possible, collapse the stroller before arriving at the metal detector.
  11. Behave. Hostile conduct, inappropriate jokes and threats are not be tolerated. They will result in delays and possibly missing flight departures. Local law enforcement may be called as necessary.
  12. Travel often with one airline? Get elite status. Many airlines offer the benefit for their frequent travelers, which allows them an expedited the screening process. Pre-Check security lanes at select airports may provide the benefit of waiting in shorter lines and a simpler screening procedure.

Need help arriving on time, give us a call at 508-842-4790…we can help with that.

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Getting in and out of Logan - A Guide to Airport Transportation

Posted by Michael Foilb on Wed, May 22, 2013 @ 04:03 PM


Whether you’re heading in or out of Boston’s Logan International Airport, you’re always looking for the best, easiest and most cost effective way to the airport. You can ask a friend, but seriously, friends don’t make friends drive them to the airport. So what are the options?

Drive yourself

Drive and park is an obvious option, but it’s not exactly easy. When you park at the airport for 24 hours and 1 minute the rate is $41, then you pay $27 for each additional day. It adds up pretty quickly. Plus you get to deal with the angst of driving in traffic, finding a place to park and then schlepping yourself and your luggage to the right terminal. When you get back you get to play, “find my car” in the maze of parking spaces. It can be a major hassle.

Logan Express

Parking is only $7/day and your round trip fare is $22. Not a bad option cost wise. However, you do have to get to the bus early, wait up to 30 minutes, drive in circles around the airport, stopping at every terminal and then drag your luggage on and off the bus. If you have the time and energy, it’s a viable option.


For most passengers their first instinct is to jump in a cab. But, before you do that, you have to wait in a line and then hope the rate is reasonable. The fact is, the Boston Globe reported in March of 2013 that Boston has the “highest taxi rates among major US cities.”  And as far as insurance coverage goes, the Globe report said, “Passengers in city cabs are put at direct financial risk because cab owners are allowed to buy the bare minimum bodily injury insurance —not even half the coverage required of bike messengers.” (Le Limo has a $2 million liability policy.)

Once you hail a cab outside the airport, the driver will often charge you a flat rate. Well the flat rates aren’t regulated by the city. And to complicate things, different cab companies charge different flat rates. You don’t know what the fee will be until you get in the cab.

Le Limo

Sure we’re biased, but the fact is we quote one all-inclusive flat-fee based on the driving distance. We give you a rate that includes the fuel surcharge, the tolls, the Massport fee and the recommended gratuity to the driver. We also let you know if early AM fees apply.

We admit it, it might cost a little more to hire us, but you can relish the stress-free ride to the airport. Enjoy the comfort our just-cleaned corporate sedans, SUVs and limousines. Plus you get a professionally-trained chauffeur who will treat you with respect. Your diver will be waiting for you at the airport and load your luggage for you. No cab line, no surprise costs, no smelly taxi, no stress. Maybe it’s time to consider our flat-rate services to and from the airport. We offer an elegant option for airport transportation. Our goal is to help you return to an era of unparalleled luxury.

Call us we’ll give you a quote 508-842-4790.

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