Boston Airport Informational Guide to Boston Logan Airport (BOS) - NON OFFICIAL

MBTA Logan Airport

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) provides different public transportation options to and from Logan Airport.

They are named Blue Line Subway and Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit and are one of the cheapest ways to get to airport. 

See below further information about the MBTA means of transportation available at Boston Airport:

sl1 - Silver Line BOSTON AIRPORT

It is a bus service. 

It connects Boston Airport with the Red Line and the Commuter Rail (at South Station).

The Silver Line, also known as Route SL1, covers the route from Boston Logan Airport to South Station and includes the transfer to the Red Line. 

It is a free service. 

And to the other way around: To reach Boston Airport via SL1, passengers may take the Red Line or the Commuter Rail and go to South Station direction. In this station passengers may transfer to SL1.

The Silver Line SL1 is accessible for disabled passengers and runs from approximately 5:30AM to 12:30AM every day of the week.

See Silver Line SL1 schedule


It is a rail line.

Connects with the Green Line, Orange Line and Commuter Rail at North Station and goes through several areas in Boston. 

To go from Boston Airport to the Blue Line, passengers may need to take Massport Shuttle Buses, that are free. 

Price of Blue Line tickets are set depending on your destination. 

The Blue Line runs from approximately from 6:00AM to 12:30AM every day of the week.

See Blue line schedule

Commuter Boat and Ferry to/from the Airport

The Commuter Boat Terminal is located at Fore River Shipyard, 703 Washington Street in Quincy.

Passengers may take the free shuttle bus “Massport Number 66”, which runs to the terminals.

The Commuter Boat service from Quincy provides service daily.

To get more information, please call: +1 (617) 770 0040.


CharlieCard is the suitable option to travel to and from Logan Airport.

It is a reusable plastic card, which can be loaded with value and is valid for a day, 7 days or monthly passes.

By holding CharlieCard, you’ll get convenient prices on both bus and subway.

You may get your CharlieCard at designated Bus and Subway Stations across Boston region.

Get more information here.