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

Boston Airport Transfer between Terminals

Terminals in Boston Airport are connected by Massport Shuttle Buses. 

On the other hand, there are people moving walkways that link Terminal A, Terminal B and Terminal E.

See below further information:

Massport shuttle buses

By the Massport shuttle bus services is possible to connect between terminals, the rental car center, the airport station on the MBTA Blue Line and the water transportation dock.

Buses have a 5-6 minutes’ frequency, run 24/7 and stop at the curbside located on the lower level of each terminal.

Routes

- Shuttle Bus 22: To Terminals A and B, subway station and Rental Car Center. This bus runs during midday peak hours.

- Shuttle Bus 33: To Terminals C and E, subway station and Rental Car Center. This bus runs during midday peak hours.

- Shuttle Bus 55: To all Terminals, subway station and Rental Car Center. This bus runs during early morning and late evening off-peak hours.

- Shuttle Bus 66: To all Terminals, subway station, LOC, Water Transportation Dock.

- Shuttle Bus 11: To all Terminals, A, B, C, and E (it doesn’t stop at the subway station)

- Shuttle Bus 88: To all Terminals, A, B, C, E, and Economy Parking Garage.

For more information about Massport shuttle buses, please contact: +1 617-561-3452

Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit

By this free service, it is possible to not only get to downtown, but also to the terminals at Logan Airport. The Silver Line shuttle just drops you in front of each terminal.

Opening hours: Daily, from 05:30 am to 00:30 am. It is accessible for physically challenged passengers.

The Silver Line is also worth to use in case you wish to connect to South Station Rail and Bus Terminal via Waterfront. From the South Station it is possible to connect to the Commuter Rail, Amtrak, Bus and the Red Line.

To get more information, please check MBTA public transportation section.