He is an aspiring pilot and training to get his Private Pilots License in a single engine Piper Warrior II.
With a strengthening dollar and oil creeping ever lower, Bostonians will be looking to travel abroad and fill those new routes.
On the flip side 2014 was a record-breaker in terms of international traffic for BOS and to make room for even more carriers and passengers the airport has torn down the old American Airlines hangar built in the sixties to make way for the new international Terminal E extension.
It is no secret that I am fond of my hometown airport Boston Logan International and I have written previously about the incredible strides the airport has made in terms of international routes.
In 2015, they will add seven new international destinations and are always on the lookout for potential new routes.
Seth is passionate about travel and loves spending time at the airport. While writing for tripchi his also shares his adventures and analysis via his website He has traveled to over 25 countries and through his travels has accumulated a wealth of knowledge on the complexity of aviation industry.