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Boston's prime airport is among the busiest in the USA. It's quite close to the city center, so transport to and from the airport is relatively quick, cheap and easy.

 

Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS), operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority ("MassPort"), is one of the busiest in the USA, but it is well organized, and has the advantage of being very near the center of the city, as airports go.

There are four terminals:

Terminal A

Terminal A serves Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines. However, international arrivals are all at Terminal E because that's where the Customs and Immigration services are located.

Terminal B

Terminal B serves Air Canada/Express, American Airlines, American Eagle, Frontier, PenAir, Spirit Airlines, US Airlways, US Airways Express, US Airways Shuttle (to New York-LaGuardia and Washington DC), and Virgin America. All international arrivals are at Terminal E, however.

Terminal C

Terminal C, which includes the former Terminal D, serves Cape Air, JetBlue Airways, and the United Airlines flights that were formerly Continental Airlines flights. It also serves United Express. As with other terminals, all international arrivals are at Terminal E.

Terminal E

Terminal E serves AirTran, Southwest Airlines and Sun Country, and all the non-US-based airlines including Aer Lingus, Air France, Alitalia, British Airways, Iberia, Icelandair, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa, Porter Airlines, SATA (Azores Express), Swiss International Airlines, TACV and Virgin Atlantic Airways. Terminal E also receives all international arrivals on American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue and US Airways.

Here's the official list.

Wifi Internet

Sponsored free Wifi connections are offered: if you're willing to spend a minute watching a commercial video, or completing a questionnaire, you'll get free Wifi thereafter.

Other connection methods, such as Boingo, are also available. More...

On-Airport Transportation

Logan Shuttle Buses circulate among the terminals and connect them to the MBTA subway Blue Line train station, the Water Shuttle boats to Rowe's Wharf on the Boston waterfront, and the various parking lots. The shuttle buses are free.

After you claim your baggage, look for the signs to buses, taxis, and "limo," and after a few steps you'll see the stops.

Airport Ground Transportation

Here's how to go from Logan Airport into Boston by subway train, bus, water shuttle, limo (minibus) and taxi; and to other cities by train and bus. More...

Boston-Logan International Airport
East Boston MA
Tel: 1-800-235-6426 (1-800-23LOGAN)


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Subway Ticket Machines, Logan Airport, Boston MA

Planning to travel by subway or city bus? Look for these machines at Logan Airport to buy your T (MBTA) tickets.