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A travel blog brought to you by The GO Group. Whether you travel for business or pleasure, you’ll want to check out our tips, recommendations, and “news you can use.”

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Want to know: Where to get the best hot dog in New York? The best surfing beach in Southern California? All you have to do is ask. We hope to be your one-to-one source for travel information regarding GO cities and airports.

And let us know what you think about airport amenities, reclining airline seats, hotel mini bars or whatever else is on your mind. Your comments and queries are most welcome. Send to Editor@goairportshuttle.com


GO-ing to Jacksonville?

​If you are planning to travel to Jacksonville, Fla., this winter, you are in luck. The GO Group just welcomed its newest member – GO Airport Shuttle and Sedan, which is offering both shared ride and private car service from Jacksonville International Airport (JAX). The company will provide service to all of Northeast Florida and

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Do you want Fido or Fluffy as a Seatmate?

We asked our customers whether (non-service) animals should be allowed to ride with their owners in airplane cabins. A little more than half of the respondents said “yes,” but 63 percent of them noted that it was acceptable only if the animals were kept in designated areas to accommodate those with allergies. One respondent, a

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.07% of Passengers Can Rest Easy Now

Should an International Air Transport Association (IATA) airline bankruptcy leave passengers stranded, the association will provide travelers with “rescue fares” to ensure passengers can fly home, according to a recent news release posted on eturbonews.com. IATA airline members flying to and from the European Union will provide the passengers with the discounted rescue fares which

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In-Flight Behavior Predicted to Boil

Cheapflights.com predicts that air etiquette or “airtiquette” will be a major issue in 2015. As passengers are forced to sit closer together, putting a strain on already TSA-tested nerves, issues like “hacked boarding passes, ‘Seat Defenders’ . . .the predominance of the in-flight selfie … and carry-on meals that often pack an odor punch (are)

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Chicago Gets the Spirit

​If you are going to be in Chicago sometime over the holidays, our partners at GO Airport Express offer these suggestions for ways to catch the holiday spirit. McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade – Grand Marshall Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, heads up the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade down State Street. The event features 25 marching bands;

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Travelers Cautious Over Ebola

While most travelers aren’t changing or cancelling travel plans due to fear of contracting Ebola,they are washing their hands and using hand sanitizer more frequently according to a survey conducted by The GO Group. Of the 802 respondents, 40 percent said they are taking extra precautions while flying. Just three percent are cancelling travel plans

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Shake those Maracas

The travel advisors at GO Airport Shuttle & Executive Car in Ft. Lauderdale report that locals and tourists will come together at Pompano Beach Community Park on Saturday, November 22 to celebrate Brazillian Fest. The event features the art, culture, music and cuisine of Brazil with 2 stages, kid’s zone, 100 vendors/exhibitors, food and beverage,

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Going Down Under? Go Big

We know our Dallas/Ft. Worth operator, GO Yellow Checker was happy to learn that Qantas chose DFW International to launch the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the A380, for service Sidney, Australia. The airlines hopes that direct service with the new, roomier aircraft will make it easier and more attractive for Americans to visit Australia, which

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Will Air Fare Increase Deter Travelers?

Not according to a recent survey conducted by The GO Group. Almost 50% of the 712 respondents said their leisure travel plans will not change because of fare hikes, while 46% said their business travel would stay the same.  

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Southwest Airlines Hearts You

Southwest Airlines introduced a new logo and a new plane design September 8, featuring a heart. ”(It) symbolizes that we’ll remain true to our core values as we set our sights on the future,” President and CEO Gary Kelley said.  

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Brew Tours

While oenophiles have their wine tours, beer lovers have not been left out. A number of breweries open their doors to those who want to learn how their favorite beverage is brewed or to just smell the hops. In Boston you can take a Sam Adams Brewery tour. In Milwaukee, both the Milwaukee Brewing Company

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