Boston Logan Airport (BOS)

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Boston Logan International Airport (IATA: BOS, ICAO: KBOS, FAA LID: BOS), officially known as General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, Logan International Airport or simply Boston Airport, is the main international airport serving the city of Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Boston Airport (IATA: BOS) is officially named as General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport
Boston Airport (IATA: BOS) is officially named as General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport
The airport is located in East Boston, 3 miles driving from downtown Boston
The airport is located in East Boston, 3 miles driving from downtown Boston
Boston Logan Airport served 33 Million passengers in 2015.
Boston Logan Airport served 38 Million passengers in 2017.
There are four terminals in Logan International Airport (A-B-C-E).
There are four terminals in Logan International Airport (A-B-C-E).
Terminal E is the International Terminal of the airport.
Terminal E is the International Terminal of the airport.
The airport is located in East Boston, 3 miles driving from Downtown Boston. Logan Airport has destinations to North America, Latin American, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Europe and Asia. BOS Airport serves as a hub for Delta Air Lines, Azores Airlines and Cape Air as well. It is a focus city for JetBlue. Another airline that carries out operations from the airport is American Airlines.
In 2017 the airport handled 38,412,419 million passengers, this number ranks Boston airport as the 16th busiest one in the United States. The same year the airport managed 401,371 aircraft operations. he airport handles domestic and international flights, being the top busiest routes the following ones: Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington, LA, New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Orlando and Newark.


The city of Boston

Aside of being a well-known city in the United States, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the country. 


The city was home of relevant events in US history such as the American Revolution, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and many others. In fact, a huge amount of the 20 million visitors that visits the city each year is attracted by its rich history. 


Nowadays, Boston is an important port and manufacturing hub, also a major center for education and culture, being an international focus for higher education, and a world leader in both innovation and entrepreneurship that concentrates over 2,000 start-ups.


Boston Logan Airport in numbers

- 4 terminals: A, B, C and E

- More than 38 million passengers in 2017

- 6 runways

- Located 3 miles from Downtown Boston

- More than 10 car rental agencies

- More than 401,371 aircraft operations

Boston Logan Airport Terminals

Boston Logan Airport has 4 terminals: A, B, C and E. All terminals are connected via a shuttle bus service and through the Silver Line (MBTA). See more information


- Terminal A: Boston Logan Terminal A is composed by the Main Building and the Satellite Building. It has 21 gates and hosts two Delta Sky Clubs.

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- Terminal B: Boston Logan Terminal B has gates from B1 to B38. The terminal consists of the North and the South buildings.

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- Terminal C: Logan Airport Terminal C is the one with more gates C8-C10, C11–C21, C25–C36 and C40–C42. It has a non-denominational chapel.

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- Terminal E: Logan Airport Terminal is the International Terminal at BOS Airport. It consists of three different levels (first one is for arrivals and the second and third one are for departures). All the international airlines operate in the terminal.

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- Logan Express: Non-stop bus that runs between BOS Airport and Braintree, Framingham, Woburn, Back Bay and Peabody in 45 minutes maximum. More information


- Shuttle Bus: MBTA Blue Line runs between all the terminals at Boston Airport as well as to the Airport Station. Buses run every 5-6 minutes. More information


- Water Shuttles and Taxis: Connects with Downtown Boston and other interesting places. 66 route Shuttle bus for free between the Boston Dock and all the terminals at the airport. More information


- MBTA: There are two lines that offer service at the airport:

- Sliver Line Bus: At the first stop (South Station) connects with the commuter rail Red Line.

- Blue Line Subway: Connects with the Green and Orange Line and the Commuter Rail at North Station. More information


- Taxi: In all terminals taxis wait outside the arrivals level. To go to Downtown Boston fare is about $25-$45. More information


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Facilities and Services

Boston airport provides different services and facilities to all passengers as Free Wi-Fi, Duty Free Shops, Stores, Restaurants and Bars, Business Services, Spa, Chapel, a Children’s Play Area, Chapel and two different Hotels.


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Contact information

Address: 1 Harborside Dr, Boston, MA 02128, USA
Phone: +1 800.235.6426


Lost and found

For items lost in the public areas of the terminals, passengers can call: +1 (617) 568 7514


You can get to the Lost & Found Office on the departures level between Terminals B and C. Opening hours: Daily, from 07:00 am to 11:30 pm.


For lost items lost at:

Security Checkpoints, please, call: +1 (617) 561 2047.


Customs Hall: +1 (617) 5681810.

Lost Items on Aircraft or Boarding Areas, please, get in touch directly with your airline.

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