Boston Airport Guide to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)

Logan Airport Terminal C

Logan Airport Terminal C opened its gates in 1967 and went under renovation works several times. 

In 2016, a new renovation let passengers connect between Terminal C and Terminal E post-security.

Terminal C is the one with more gates, which are divided as follows: C8-C10, C11–C21, C25–C36 and C40–C42.

 

Levels

First level

This is the Arrivals area, where transportation options are also available: Blue Line & Rental Car Center, Airport Shuttles, Taxis, Silver Line, Shared Van, Logan Express, Charter Bus, Courtesy Bus.

There is an area reserved for passengers Pick Up.

In this level is where baggage claims 7-9 are located.

Available services: Customs, ATMs, chapel, parking office, US Lounge.

Second level

This is the Check-in and Departures area, where the check-in facilities are located. In this area, every airline has its own check-in: JetBlue, Capa Air, Sun Country, Virgin America and Alaska Airlines.

Find boarding gates from North to Southwest: C8-C36, Southeast: C40-42.

transfer between terminals

There are Massport Shuttle Buses that cover the distance between the different terminals, car rental center, among others. To get more information about the service, please check the Inter Terminal Transportation section.

 

Services

- Restaurants and cafes
- Duty Free
- Shops
- ATMs
- SmarteCarte
- Currency Exchange
- Shoe Shine Service
- Pet Relief Area 
- Hydration Station
- Family Restrooms

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lounges

The Lounge: Terminal C. Services: Newspapers and magazines, snacks, TV, Wi-Fi, telephones, Internet Terminals, among others. 

Passes start at 39$ per passenger. 

USO Lounge: Terminal C. Open from 8:30 am until 8:00 pm. Services: TV, Internet Terminals, telephones, printers and copiers, among others. 

Purchase your access ticket to Boston Airport Lounges here