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November 25, 2013 Limousine Services Worldwide has just been informed that Yale University, located in New Haven Connecticut is currently on lock down due to a report that a gunman on campus or close to it in New Haven, CT. Eyewitness 7 News is keeping New Haven residents and visitors up to date. No reports [...]

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With people needing limos for last minute services to the airport or a last minute idea to the casino, Limousine Services Worldwide can absolutely work with you and deciding what you need. The thought of would I be able to book a limo last minute is, in fact, a legitimate question. If you think about how [...]

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Looks like you have to be careful no matter where you go. A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screener was caught with stolen iPads and other electronic devices from travelers at John F. Kennedy Airport. Possessions like expensive iPads, should be packed away and double checked during airport transportation travel, and before and after a security [...]

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Bus travel to the airport can be a tricky one. With so many stops and the congestion of people, the traveler (s) may never even get on the bus. Nevertheless, airport transportation services are needed in all ways. Connecticut limousine and airport services bring vacationers to and from the airport with ease. Harlem’s M60 bus [...]

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Connecticut limousine and airport services have brought travelers to and from airports for years, including Tweed New Haven Regional Airport and Sikorsky Memorial Airport. However, it took New Haven and East Haven, CT to settle a long time fight to who owns Tweed Airport and now the same thing is happening for Sikorsky.  In both [...]

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Traveling can be a hectic time, you worried about airport transportation, and packing the right stuff and making sure you have everything. The last thing on some traveler’s minds is food. Some can pack their meals but not everyone has the time. So, what’s your option? Airport food. For a while airports where getting a [...]

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Traveling in style has never been a stars issue. They are in the public eye at all times. Arriving in a limousine or supped up car has always been an accessory for the famous. Riding in CT limousine style is not only for the rich and famous, however Ke$sha is. With her extremely popular ‘Die [...]

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While Hurricane Sandy, the nor’easter and Thanksgiving is now behind us, the people’s stigmas of record high gasoline prices aren’t. Believe it or not but this Thanksgiving Day marked the highest daily average for the holiday season ever, towering over the 2011 records by approximately 10¢ per gallon. Passengers of car, limousine or airport services [...]

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For most of us, it can be the worst part of the Thanksgiving Holiday — the dreaded flight home on what is customarily the busiest travel day of the year. However, the airports were not as hectic as expected and limousine services to the airport added to ease of times for holiday travelers. Between the [...]

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Non-union security personnel at JFK picketed for their rights on Wednesday. They are saying that they are underpaid and poorly trained. Security is the eyes and the ears for the entire airport and people need to understand and appreciate their position. They are paid $8 an hour for their position, to stand at these alarm [...]

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Airlines and their food have had a long time unhealthy relationship. However, Newark Liberty International Airport has just gotten an unexpected four-fork rating from dietitians seeking healthier travel fare, making airports provide not only reliable limo, car or van transportation service but also supplying airports with reliable food tune-ups. Surveys are in and Newark supplies [...]

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Renel Rene Richardson was arrested for the connection to the 1.9 million dollars worth of iPad minis that were stolen from a cargo building at New York’s JFK airport. The Federal Business Investigators swiped Renel Rene Richardson up after he supposedly made some dubious inquiries to his fellow coworkers about the shipment of iPads and [...]

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Travelers always have an abundance of question so with questions running array about the Transportation Security Administration’s PreCheck program travelers can get all their answers to their questions at the three information sessions planned this month at John Wayne Airport (SNA) and use transportation services to them there. The PreCheck began at Los Angeles International [...]

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On Wednesday, Israel opened the most violent attack on Gaza in past four years after unrelenting Palestinian rocket fire, striking at least 20 or so targets in an aerial assault. The airstrike blew up the car carrying the commander of the Hamas military wing in Gaza and murdered him. It smashed the Israel’s delicate relations [...]

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An Indianapolis home suffered from a huge explosion that pierced through their hearts and affected an entire neighborhood. It ripped through the streets before it terrorized two-story homes, garages and lawns. Two adults were killed, while seven others were delivered to hospitals in transportation services, due to the explosion and related fires. Some foundations were [...]

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Four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jeff Gordon was slapped with a $100,000 fine and docked 25 points. He was placed on probation for the rest of the season Monday due to him intentionally wrecking Clint Bowyer in Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway. Gordon has pointed out that Clint has run into him [...]

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Subsequent to the bankruptcy filing last year of AMR American’s parent company, both American Airlines transportation services and the pilots union have been clashing in a contract dispute. American has been trying to lessen costs, as their rivals Delta, United Continental and US Airways have done through bankruptcy actions. American Airlines publicized Friday that they [...]

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United will be the first airline to fly the 787 in the U.S.A and luxury limousine services takes passengers to Boeing Dreamliner debut. The congratulatory champagne should be chilled by now. After years of developing hold ups and price overruns, the state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner makes its North American unveiling this Sunday, carrying more than [...]

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First it was Superstorm Sandy and now a nor’easter. The nor’easter set major hurdles for restoration attempts. It has only been some days after the superstorm killed a minimum of 111 people in the districts and knocked out power to millions of customers. The nor’easter has whipped areas, leaving snow and zapping power lines. The [...]

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Obama wins the election and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie praised Obama’s initial reaction to the Superstorm Sandy. Christie told news outlets that the president’s response had been was outstanding and he that he coordinated with the administration had been . Christie also remarked that president Barack Obama has been all over this storm clean [...]

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