Logan International Airport Guide

General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport is a public International airport located in East Boston and partially in Winthrop, Massachusetts in the United States. The airport is commonly known as Logan International airport or Logan. The airport stands on land that covers 2,384 acres in space. The airport was opened in the year 1923 and has six runways and four passenger terminals. In terms of the economic development of the county, the airport plays a role in economic boost by providing employment to 16,000 people. 

This airport is the largest airport by basing on the passenger volume and cargo handling in both the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and New England. The airport in 2019 had passenger traffic of 42,522411 which was the high passenger traffic in its history. This airport is named after General Edward Lawrence Logan who was a 20th-Century war hero innate to Boston.

Logan International Airport is owned by Massachusetts Port Authority and serves Greater Boston. This airport is a hub for Cape Air and Delta Air Lines with a base city for JetBlue. The airport has flights to destinations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the North Atlantic region, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Logan International Airport was opened in 1923 on September 8th and was mainly used by the Massachusetts Air National Guard and the United States Army Air Corps. In the 1940s and 1950s, the airport underwent some significant expansion of the airport in land by 1,800 acres. This expansion was due to the rising demand for air travel. Later there was expansion of the terminals adding the present day Terminal B and C which were opened in the year 1949. The state renamed the airport in 1943 after Major General Edward Lawrence Logan who was a Spanish-American War officer from South Boston. The airport in 1952 became the first airport in the US to have an indirect rapid transit connection with the opening of the Airport Station on the Blue Line.

The airport became a transatlantic gateway after the Second World War and in the late 1940s it had begun operating a Boston-Shannon-London service operated by American Overseas Airlines. In the year 1970, there was the introduction of the Jumbo jet when Pan Am started daily Boeing 747 flight to London Heathrow. The first major runway expansion was the addition of Runway 14/32 which was opened in November 23rd, 2006 which had been proposed in 1973 but there was delays due to court orders.

Logan International Airport Codes

The codes for Logan International Airport are IATA: BOS, ICAO: KBOS, FAA LID: BOS

Logan International Airport Airlines and Destinations


Aer LingusDublin, Shannon
Air CanadaSeasonal: Calgary, Toronto–Pearson, Vancouver
Air Canada ExpressHalifax, Montréal–Trudeau, Ottawa, Toronto–Pearson
Air FranceParis–Charles de Gaulle
Alaska AirlinesLos Angeles, Portland (OR), San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma
Allegiant AirAsheville, Destin/Fort Walton Beach, KnoxvilleSeasonal: Grand Rapids (begins March 5, 2021) Sarasota
American AirlinesAustin (begins January 10, 2021), Charlotte, Chicago–O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, London–Heathrow (resumesMarch 27, 2021), Los Angeles, Miami, New York–JFK, NewYork–LaGuardia, Philadelphia, Phoenix–Sky Harbor,Washington–NationalSeasonal: Cancun, Grand Cayman, Jackson Hole (beginsDecember 19, 2020), Montego Bay, Nassau,Providenciales, Punta Cana
American EagleHarrisburg, Indianapolis, New York–JFK, New York– LaGuardia, Philadelphia, Raleigh/Durham, Rochester (NY),Syracuse, Washington–NationalSeasonal: Wilmington (NC)
Azores AirlinesPonta Delgada, Terceira
Boutique AirMassena
British AirwaysLondon–Heathrow
Cabo Verde AirlinesPraia, Sal
Cape AirAugusta (ME), Bar Harbor, Hyannis, Lebanon, Martha’sVineyard, Nantucket, Portland (ME), Provincetown, Rockland, Rutland, Saranac Lake/Lake Placid
Cathay PacificHong Kong
Copa AirlinesPanama City
Delta Air LinesAmsterdam, Atlanta, Austin, Bermuda, Cincinnati, Detroit,Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, London–Heathrow,Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York–JFK,New York–LaGuardia, Orlando, Paris–Charles de Gaulle,Raleigh/Durham, Salt Lake City, San Francisco,Seattle/Tacoma, Tampa, West Palm BeachSeasonal: Aruba, Cancun, Dublin, Edinburgh, Montego Bay,Nassau, Punta Cana, Rome–Fiumicino (begins May 27,2021), St. Thomas (resumes December 19, 2020)
Delta ConnectionBuffalo, Charleston (SC), Chicago–O’Hare, Cleveland,Columbus–Glenn, Indianapolis, Jacksonville (FL), Kansas City, Memphis (resumes January 4th, 2021), Milwaukee,Nashville, Newark, New York–JFK, New York–LaGuardia,Norfolk, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Raleigh/Durham, Richmond,Washington–NationalSeasonal: Cincinnati, Sarasota
Eastern AirlinesPort-au-Prince (begins December 18, 2020), SantoDomingo–Las Americas (begins December 17, 2020)
El AlTel Aviv
Frontier AirlinesFort Myers, Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Juan, Tampa Seasonal: Denver
Hainan AirlinesBeijing–Capital, Shanghai–Pudong
Hawaiian AirlinesHonolulu
Japan AirlinesTokyo–Narita
JetBlueAruba, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Barbados, Bermuda,Buffalo, Burbank, Cancun, Charleston (SC), Charlotte,Chicago–O’Hare, Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver,Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Havana, Houston– Intercontinental, Jacksonville (FL), Las Vegas, Los Angeles,Minneapolis/St. Paul, Montego Bay, Nashville, Nassau,Newark, New Orleans, New York–JFK, New York–LaGuardia, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix–Sky Harbor,Pittsburgh, Punta Cana, Raleigh/Durham, Richmond,Rochester (NY), Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco,San Jose (CA), San Juan, Santiago de los Caballeros, SantoDomingo–Las Americas, Savannah, Seattle/Tacoma,Syracuse, Tampa, Washington–National, West Palm BeachSeasonal: Bozeman, Grand Cayman, Hayden/SteamboatSprings, Liberia (CR), Martha’s Vineyard, Montrose (beginsDecember 19, 2020), Nantucket, Palm Springs, Port-au-Prince, Portland (OR), Providenciales, Puerto Plata,Sacramento, Sarasota, St. Lucia–Hewanorra, St. Maarten, St.Thomas
Korean AirSeoul–Incheon
LATAM BrasilSao Paulo–Guarulhos
LufthansaFrankfurt, Munich
Norwegian Air ShuttleLondon–Gatwick Seasonal: Madrid, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Rome–Fiumicino
Porter AirlinesToronto–Billy Bishop
Qatar AirwaysDoha
Royal air MarocCasablanca
Scandinavian AirlinesCopenhagen
Silver AirlinesSeasonal: Bar Harbor
Southwest AirlinesBaltimore, Chicago–Midway, Columbus–Glenn, Denver, FortLauderdale, Houston–Hobby, Nashville, St. LouisSeasonal: Austin, Orlando
Spirit AirlinesAtlanta, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Myrtle Beach, NewOrleans, Orlando, San JuanSeasonal: Baltimore, Chicago–O’Hare, Cleveland, Detroit,Fort Myers, Tampa, West Palm Beach
Sun County AirlinesSeasonal: Madison, Minneapolis/St. Paul
Swiss International Air LinesZurich
TAP Air PortugalLisbon, Ponta Delgada
Tradewind AviationWhite Plains
Turkish AirlinesIstanbul
United AirlinesChicago–O’Hare, Denver, Houston–Intercontinental, LosAngeles, Newark, San Francisco, Washington–DullesSeasonal: Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando, Tampa
United ExpressChicago–O’Hare, Newark, Washington–Dulles
Virgin AtlanticLondon–Heathrow
WestJetSeasonal: Calgary
WestJet EncoreToronto–Pearson


In terms of cargo, the airport is a medium-sized airport. In 2012, the airport handled 684,875 tons of freight making it the 10th busiest airport in the United States in terms of cargo.

Atlas AirCincinnati
FedEx ExpressIndianapolis, Memphis, Newark
UPS AirlinesChicago-O’Hare, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Louisville, Philadelphia

Logan International Airport Accidents and Incidents


A Colonial Air Transport Ford Trimotor bound for New York on June 5, 1930, went nose down after departure and crashed into the sea. The aircraft came to rest in seven feet of water. Out of the 13 passengers and two crew on board, only one passenger died in the crash.

On October 4, 1960, Eastern Air Lines Flight 375, crashed into the sea while attempting to depart from Logan Airport. From the accident, 62 lives were lost and 10 people survived.

On November 15, 1961, A Vickers Viscount N6592C of Northeast Airlines was written off when it collided with a Douglas DC-6 N8228H of National Airlines after arrival at Logan International Airport. The DC-6 had started to take-off without in receiving clearance to take off.

On the 10th of March, 1964, a Slick Airways DC-4 crashed 2.1 km southwest of Logan while on final approach after losing control due to accumulation of ice on its horizontal stabilizer causing the plane to pitch down and all three occupants on board died.

On July 31, 1973, Delta Air Lines Flight 723, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashed into the seawall. The accident took the lives of all 83 passengers and 6 crew members on board. One of the passengers initially survived the accident but later died in a hospital.

On November 3, 1973, Pan Am Flight 160, a Boeing 707-321C cargo aircraft, crashed on approach to Boston-Logan caused by smoke in the cockpit affecting the sight of the pilots causing them to lose control. All three crewmembers died in the accident.

 On December 17, 1973, Iberia Airlines Flight 933 from Madrid Barajas International Airport collided with the ALS system 500 feet short of the runway inception, seriously damaging the front landing gear and causing it to breakdown and collapse. The 168 onboard survived the crash but the aircraft was written off.

 On January 23, 1982, World Airways Flight 30 flying from Newark to Boston made a non-precision instrument approach to runway 15R and landed 850 meters past the displaced threshold on an icy runway. The crew realized the aircraft won’t stop on the remaining runway and steered it off the side of the runway to avoid the approach light pier, and slid into the shallow water of Boston Harbor. The nose section separated as the aircraft came to rest 76 meters past the runway end. From the accident, two passengers who were a father and son were never found and are presumed to have been swept out to sea


On the 2nd of October, 1954, a Massachusetts Air National GuardF94 Starfire encountered an engine failure and crashed near Logan Airport. First Lieutenant James O. Conway who was flying the plane sacrificed his life by veering the plane into a bank on Bayswater Street in East Boston.

 On July 2, 1976, an unoccupied Eastern Airlines Electra parked at Boston Logan Airport was destroyed by a bomb embedded in the landing gear compartment and there were no casualties from the incident.

 On the 11th of September, 2001, two flights American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175, which had been hijacked on September 11th, 2001 attacks and flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, in due course led to their destruction, made their way back to the airport departed from the Airport. Up to this date American flags are flown over gates B32 and C19 in respect to the two planes.

 On the 9th of June, 2005, a US Airways Flight and an Aer Lingus Flight by a whisker avoided collision when they were cleared for takeoff nearly at the same time on intersecting runways by two different controllers. The crew of the US Airways flight spotted the oncoming Aer Lingus jet and avoided a collision by keeping their own aircraft on the runway past their normal rotation point, allowing the Aer Lingus flight to pass over them. Both flights lifted off safely and continued to their destinations without further incident.

 On January 7, 2013, ground crew workers noticed smoke coming out from the battery compartment in a parked Japan Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner at the gate. This fire was caused by overcharged lithium-ion batteries, eventually leading to the grounding of the worldwide Boeing 787 fleet and subsequent redesign of the battery systems.

Logan International Airport Address and Phone Number

The official website for Logan International Airport is https://www.massport.com/logan-airport/ and the customer service phone number is +1 800-235-6426. The official address for the airport is Boston, MA 02128, United States.

Logan International Airport Arrivals and Departures

If you want to check real time arrivals and departures in Logan International Airport you can do so by clicking here. The link can also help you get tracking of flights and time schedules.

Logan International Airport Flight Delays and Cancellations

There are cases and scenarios that may cause delays of flights or if need be, cancellations of the flights. Most cases are weather conditions that are unfavorable for flights, attacks or accidents. You are always advised to reach at the airport early to check the status of your flight with your airline or make a call before the time of your flight. You can also check online the status of your flight here.

Logan International Airport Jobs and Careers

The Logan International Airport has employed 160,000 people to work at the airport and help them develop their career. If you wish to secure a job vacancy at the airport you can always click here and check the available slots and the requirements to secure the job.

Logan International Airport Webcam

You can view live flight arrivals and departure and listen to live traffic radio by streaming live using the airport’s webcam online by clicking here

Logan International Airport Weather 

You can check the real time weather and see if your flight is affected or may be affected by clicking here

Boston Logan International Airport Facilities

Lost and Found

The lost and found department is managed by Massachusetts Ports Authority (MPA), except the one found at The TSA checkpoints, airline boarding areas or Customs and Border protection. Given that you have lost an item (s), you can report by calling 617-568-7514. You can retrieve the found items between Terminal C and E, next to Badge office. The operation hours are 7:00 am to 11:30pm, though they are subject to change due to COVID-19 mitigation methods

Baggage Claim

There are no luggage storage facilities in the airport. But you can enjoy it from an outside service provider called Package Express, located in the south end. You can use the silver rapid transport to South Station. 

Customer Service

Public Service Information and desks are put near Baggage claim on the arrival level of every terminal. 

Car Rental

There are car rental service providing companies. They are located here. One can rent out any car, including luxury ones to suite his/her preferences, but they come at a cost. The average price is $43. 

Duty Free Shopping

There are a variety of duty free shops around the airport. They are available in all terminals, and are ideal for the last minute items. 


 There are several hotels, coffee shops, eateries and restaurants within and outside Boston Logan International Airport where one can grab some food. Holton Boston Logan Airport is connected to Terminal A and E thru climate control sky bridge. You can use the free shuttle facility in the airport to access this hotel. You can also make a courtesy call to car rental agencies to get a car to the hotel if you can’t access the hotel. Hotels outside the airport also offer similar services. They include Hyatt Regency, Embassy Suites and Courtyard by Marriott. For more of these, you can find them here

Money Exchange

There are various ATMs offering this service, called Travelex. Opening hours vary, but they do lie around 7:30 am – 9:00 pm. These ATMs are all over the airport. 

Smoking Area

Smoking in the terminal, and any place in presence of many people is prohibited by the law. Anyone found guilty of this offense shall be charged in the court of law, and will be penalized $25


There is also free Wi-Fi in the terminals and lobby areas. Their corresponding Wi-Fi is identified as ‘LoganWiFi’. What you have to do is:

1. Turn on your Wi-Fi on your gadget and select LoganWiFi network and a splash screen will appear.

2. Select connect and stay connected to your friends and family and enjoy the network.

Boston Logan International Airport Terminals

Boston Logan International Airport has 4 passenger terminals, lettered as A, B, C & E. it also has 102 gates. All international flights apart from flights from destinations with U.S. Customs and Border Protection preclearance touch down using Terminal E for customs screening since the other terminals do not have customs screening facilities. 

Terminal A

This terminal replaced a pre-existing building that was there from pre 1970’s which once occupied that spot. It was opened for passenger use in March 16, 2005. This terminal is largely divided into the main terminal and a satellite terminal. Both are connected by a pedestrian tunnel from underground. The new Terminal A (redesigned) was advanced under an exclusive facility lease between Massachusetts Port Authority and Delta. Later into September 14, 2005, Delta filed a petition that they were bankrupt, and consequently had to reduce the number of gates it had leased. Terminal A has 2 Delta Clubs, one located the 3rd floor of the satellite building, and the other one opened at the place of the earlier Continental Presidents Club inside the main terminal building.

 In December 2018, there was an announcement made by Delta, that there would be an extension of routes to take place in 2019. This resulted to the displacement of the Southwest to Terminal B, and Delta regaining all of Terminal A. 

Terminal B

This terminal was opened in 1974, but started major operations in 1979 when US Airways widened their operations. Major expansions were designed and done by HNTB. Since then, there were numerous small developments including expansion of the passenger lobby that were undertaken between 1995 and 2000. 

Terminal B was split into the northern and southern buildings until 2014, a parking garage being the rift between the two. Gates at the northern building were divided into two groups while those of the southern building were divided into three groups. The air transport service providers operating Terminal B are Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, American, Boutique Air, Southwest, Spirit, and United. Only two air transport service providers operate the lounges at Terminal B, and they are United and American. 

Terminal C

This terminal was the first to be opened at Boston Logan International Airport, and was opened in 1967 and underwent renovations in 1987, 2002 and 2005. Among the new introductions with these renovations is the post-security connection between Terminal C and Terminal E opened in summer 2016. This facilitated movement in between the two terminals, which was part of Massport’s plan. This terminal serves as the operation base for JetBlue, Aer Lingus and Cape Air. It also acts as the departure zone for Sun Country, with TAP Air Portugal only. 

The three gates at the north end of Terminal C that were formerly for Terminal D were renumbered and re-organized to be part of Terminal E in February 2006. There was a construction of an airside connector between Terminals E and C. 

Terminal E

This terminal is named after the former Governor of Massachusetts and U.S. Secretary of Transportation, John A. Volpe International Terminal. This terminal houses majority of international arrivals for Boston Logan International Airport hence it serves as an international terminal. This is in exclusion of flights from areas with U.S. border preclearance. In exclusion of Aer Lingus, Air Canada, TAP Air Portugal, and WestJet, most non-U.S. carriers depart from Terminal E. this terminal’s construction was completed in 1974, and underwent a modernization project in 1997 to improve the passenger handling facilities. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and DMJM Aviation designed the International Gateway Project and added 410,000 ft2 (38,000 m2) to the terminal in 2003, and the entire project was completed in 2008. 

This terminal has 12 gates and are assigned on operational basis. This means that no airline can claim ownership of any of these gates at this terminal. All the ticket counters and gates are shared among the carriers. Terminal E has several lounges like Virgin Atlantic’s Clubhouse and British Airways’ First Lounge. The ground level for this terminal is used for arrivals and customs, also via U.S. Customs and Border Protection the second for passport control via U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and the third level of Terminal E is used for departures. The Federal Inspection Station in Terminal E has the capacity to hold 2,000 passengers per hour. 

What to do near Boston Logan International Airport


While on a layover at the airport, you can hope into a dining scene and no one would blame you for that. There is quite a diverse option of restaurants in and around the airport, to ensure that each and every traveler who uses the facilities are satisfied to the fullest. For some local cuisine, then hotels like Legal Sea Food, Harpoon Tap Room and Durgin Park are your best stop. For a more Bostonian cuisine, then make a stop at Dunkin’ Donuts as an alternative. 


Unlike other airports, the lounges at Boston Logan International Airport are only limited to Business or First Class travelers, though many around the airport are accessible to travelers, no matter the service class or airline. They are better options to rest after long flights because they tend to be quieter and peaceful than the main terminals. You can purchase a single-visit pass online or join their membership programs. They can be found here


During a layover and have extra money and time, you can hop in to the shops in the terminals since they are all interconnected. You could also enjoy duty-free shopping in some of the shops. 


For all you manicure, chiropody sessions, massages and hairdo, head over to Terminal C which has classic salons and spas that will take care of your needs. 


Only 3 miles away from Boston, the town has very appealing places one could go to enjoy the sight of the area. Such an activity is usually fun to engage if you have a lot of time at your hands for disposal as you will be required to go through the security check on your way back to the airport. 

The public transport system connects the airport to downtown, and they are The Blue Line Subway and Silver Line Bus. They will connect you to the city in less than 30 minutes. 

One could visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Freedom Hall, North End, Boston Duck Tour and Fenway for sports lovers.  

Internet connectivity

There is free Wi-Fi around the airport. This ensures you remain connected to your family and friends during your visit to the Boston Logan International Airport. If you do not have a Wi-Fi enabled device and wish to use the internet, you could use this facility at a fee at cyber cafes. 


If sleep is put in consideration, one has several options. This is in exception of the terminals because they are generally col because of the tiled floor. They also have bright lights and not-so-many seating options. The benches and seats do have armrests. If you have an extra cot, you could use the floor. If you want to camp overnight, then the security areas are usually closed for the nights. So if you are in you will be asked to move out and re-check in the following morning. The airport usually offers cots during snow-related weather days or on mass cancelations. 

For a more peaceful approaches towards sleep, you can get them from the lounges which many of them are accessible through sky bridge at Terminals A & E

Hotels near Boston Logan International Airport

Hotel nameGuest ratings with reviewersBookings and reservationsAvg. price/night
Hampton Inn8.4 with 1200+ reviewsThe hotel is located at Revere 2.7 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$92 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
Hilton Boston Logan Airport8.2 with 2000+ reviewsThe hotel is located at 1 Hotel Dr. 1.5 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$73 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
Hyatt Regency8.8 with1600+ reviewsThe hotel is located at 101 Haborside Dr. 2.5 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$99 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
Double Tree8.2 with 800+ reviewsThe hotel is located at Chelsea, MA.  3.4 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$97 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Logan International Airport8.2 with 1200+ reviewsThe hotel is located at 225 William F McClellan Highway, 2.3 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$69 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
Holiday Inn-Chelsea8.8 with 300+ reviewsThe hotel is located at Chelsea, MA, 1.9 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$60 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
Embassy Suites8.4 with 1600+ reviewsThe hotel is located at 207 Porter Street, 1.9 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$89 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
TownePlace Suites8.8 with 700+ reviewsThe hotel is located at Chelsea MA, 2.3 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$119 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
The Westin Boston Waterfront8.8 with 3000+ reviewsThe hotel is located at 425 Summer St, 4.1 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$99 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive
Residence Inn9.0 with 500+ reviewsThe hotel is located at 425 Summer St, 4.1 km from the airport. You can make your bookings and reservations here$114 USD per night, bed and breakfast inclusive

Boston Logan International Airport Ground Transportation

In 2007, Boston Logan International Airport was recognized as the Easiest Airport to Get To by aviation.com because of the diversity on ground transportation present at the airport, including cars, taxis, the MBTA Blue and Silver lines, regional bus services, shared ride vans, ferries, limousines and an in-house airport operator (Massport) intercity bus common carrier, a service offered by few U.S. airports. 


Boston Logan International Airport is located only 2.5 miles northeast of Back Bay, a short distance with respect to other airport’s similarly sized and metropolitan area’s served. In between terminals, Blue Line and Car Rental Center, there are free shuttle offering commuter services to the passengers and the workers. 

Central parking garage

The central parking garage is served by Ride Shares and are known to use mass-messaging of their customer base to galvanize political pressure and act on a pressure group towards Logan management at MassPort concerning various policies that can impact those providers.

Bus Rapid Transit

MBTA’s Silver Line bus rapid transit service branch called SL1 links all Boston Logan International Airport terminals with South Station which is a major transportation hub in the downtown Boston financial district. Blue Line connects with the Orange Line at State which serves both North station and Back Bay station, the two other main rail transportation centers for Boston. At the Government Center station, there are also transfers to Green Line which runs to North Station. Chelsea is connected to Airport Station by SL3 branch. There were plans underway to construct a people mover or rapid transit line to replace the airport shuttle. 

Car rental

A car rental worth $310 million, 11,000 m2 was opened on September 24, 2013, uniting all car rental companies under one roof. This new facility has a parking space with a holding capacity of 3,200 cars across 4 levels. Access to this new facility was enabled through the unification of a 28-fuel efficient-hybrid buses operated by Massport. There are other facilities like various chauffeur-driven cars and limousine for hire offerings. 

Lounges at Boston Logan International Airport

The Lounge


Terminal C (Inside security), After security, Concourse Level across Gate 19.


  • Wifi
  • Flight monitors
  • Newspaper and magazines
  • Printers
  • TVs

Operation hours

Operates from 5:00am to 10:00pm daily. Currently, the lounge is closed due to COVID-19 

American Airlines Admirals Club


1 Habrborside Dr Terminal B, Gate 84 Boston, MA 02128


  • Moderate noise
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Upscale, casual
  • Wi-Fi
  • TVs
  • Free parking

Operation hours

Operates from 5:00am to 10:00pm daily This may change due to COVID-19 mitigation measures.

British Airways Terraces Lounge


1 Habrborside Dr Terminal E, Gate 84 Boston, MA 02128


  • Good for Groups
  • Moderate noise
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • TVs
  • Flight monitors

Operation hours

Operates from 4:00am to 10:00pm daily This may change due to COVID-19 mitigation measures.

Virgin Atlantic


122 Habrborside Terminal E, E Boston 02128


  • TVs
  • Wi-Fi
  • Newspapers and magazines

Operation hours

6:00am to 11:00pm daily. This may change due to coronavirus mitigation measures.

Air France Lounge


152 Habrborside Dr Terminal E, Gate E-4 Boston, MA 02128-2909


  • Good for Groups
  • Moderate noise
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • TVs
  • Flight monitors

Operation hours

6:00am to 11:00pm daily. This may change due to coronavirus mitigation measures.

United Club


It is located along Airport Road Terminal B, Gate B-24, Boston MA 02128


  • Wi-Fi
  • Lounges
  • Bar and Restaurant 
  • Free parking
  • Conference hall

Operation hours

United Club operates from 5:00am to 11:00pm daily. This may change due to coronavirus mitigation measures. 

Boston Logan International Airport Parking

If you are waiting for an arriving passengers, then the parking lot is a great place. Boston Logan International Airport also has quite a variety of convenient parking options like short-term, extended stay, premium guaranteed parking or economy rate. The central Parking garage is accessible by foot using moving sidewalks from all terminals. There are also parking spots available in Terminal B and E, with the Economy Parking with free shuttle services. 

The rates start at $29 a day for Economy Parking and $38 a day for regular parking. Through the Gold Parking Express program, one could enjoy exclusive parking privileges, even if the parking was full.

There are also charging spots for EV, hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles. These facilities are available on first come first serve basis. There are 26 spots for charging the vehicles. Same parking rates apply. 

Boston Logan International Airport Statistics

Top destinations

Busiest domestic routes from BOS (September 2019 – August 2020)

RankAirportPassengersAirlines served
1Chicago–O’Hare, Illinois534,000American, JetBlue, Spirit, United
2Atlanta, Georgia507,000Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit
3Orlando, Florida428,000Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit
4Washington–National, D.C.427,000American, Delta, JetBlue
5Los Angeles, California387,000Alaska, American, Delta, JetBlue, United
6San Francisco, California371,000Alaska, Delta, JetBlue, United
7Philadelphia, Pennsylvania358,000American, Delta, JetBlue
8Charlotte, North Carolina354,000American, JetBlue
9Fort Lauderdale, Florida320,000Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, United
10New York–LaGuardia, New York317,000American, Delta, JetBlue
Busiest international routes to and from BOS (2018)
1London–Heathrow, United Kingdom849,443British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic
2Toronto–Pearson, Canada467,692Air Canada, WestJet
3Paris–Charles de Gaulle, France405,882Air France, Delta Air Lines, Norwegian Air Shuttle
4Dublin, Ireland402,523Aer Lingus, Delta Air Lines
5Reykjavík–Keflavik, Iceland326,767Icelandair
6Amsterdam, Netherlands270,930Delta Air Lines, KLM
7Frankfurt, Germany266,470Lufthansa
8Dubai–International, United Arab Emirates225,613Emirates
9Toronto–Billy Bishop, Canada208,763Porter Airlines
10London-Gatwick, United Kingdom208,156Norwegian Air Shuttle

Airline market share

Busiest airlines serving BOS (August 2019 – July 2020)

1JetBlue Airways7,206,00033.26%
2American Airlines3,940,00018.19%
3Delta Air Lines3,357,00015.50%
4United Airlines2,261,00010.44%
5Southwest Airlines1,541,0007.12%

Annual traffic

PassengersChange from previous yearAircraft operationsTotal cargo
(freight, express, & mail)

Destinations from Boston Logan International Airport

DestinationHow to get to
SalemTake a flight to Eugene, at a cost of $130-$600. The flight will be 8 hrs. 22 minutes. Upon arrival, take a taxi to Eugene Amtrak Station. It will be a 13-minute ride and a cost of $40-$50. From there, take a subway train to Albany Amtrak station, a 39-minute ride that will cost you $24-$35. Take a bus to Salem. It will cost you $12-$18. The total journey will cost you $206-$667 and a total travel time of 11h 44mins.
South stationSouth station is 10 km away. A bus ride to South station will cost you $2-$10 and a total travel time of 13 minutes.
Manchester NHTake a direct bus from Boston Logan International Airport Terminal C, to Manchester, NH (94.4 km away). It is a 2 hour ride and will cost you $14-$23. 
LAXTake a flight to Los Angeles. The flight time is 6 hours and 10 minutes, and a total cost of $60-$190. 
Providence Take a direct Peter Pan Bus to Convention Center, Providence RI. It is a 1 hr. 35 min ride and will cost you $15-$22. The journey is 80 km. 
Dartmouth collegeTake a bus to Hanover. It is a 2 hr. 50 min. It will cost you $30-$40. Walk for 4 mins. to Dartmouth college. It’s approximately 362 meters. 
WorcesterFrom Terminal C, take a bus to South Station. It is a 19-minute ride. Take another bus from Boston South buses to Worcester. It will be a 1hr. ride and will cost you $11-$21. Total travel time $13-$34 and a travel time of 2 hours 19 minutes.
JFKTake a subway train from the airport to State, a 5-minute ride. This will cost you $3. Walk for 5 minutes to downtown crossing and book another Red Line train JFK UMass. It’s a 9 minutes ride. Total travel time is around 23 minutes and a total cost of $6. 

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