Boston Logan Airport - Terminals

Boston Logan Airport consist of four passenger terminals: A, B, C and E.

Terminals A, B, and C host domestic flights within the US, while Terminal E is the international terminal; in that sense, any flight of US origin is hosted in this terminal.

Boston Airport is home of 102 boarding gates in total, distributed among the four passenger terminals.

 
Transfer between terminals

See the transfer options between terminals at Boston Airport here.

 

Terminals

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Terminal A

Boston Logan Terminal A exclusively hosts domestic flights within the US.

The terminals facilities are split into the Main Terminal (boarding gates A1-A11) and the Satellite Concourse (boarding gates A13-A22).

The terminal building is composed by two levels: Level 1 (Arrivals) and Level 2 (Departures).

Boarding gates A1-A11 and A13-A22 are located here.

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Terminal B

Boston Logan Terminal B exclusively hosts domestic flights within the US.

It has recently completed an expansion adding some new interesting features.

The terminal consist of two buildings: The North and the South buildings.

Boarding gates B1-B8, B9b and B10-B38 are located here.

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Terminal C

Logan Airport Terminal C exclusively hosts domestic flights within the US.

A renovation in 2016 let passengers transfer safe and sound between Terminal C and Terminal E.

The terminal consist of three levels: Level 1 (Arrivals), Level 2 (Departures and check-in), Level 3 (Boarding area).

Boarding gates C8-C10, C11–C21, C25–C36 and C40–C42 are located here.

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Terminal E - International

Logan Airport Terminal E is the International Terminal at Boston Airport. Please note that any flight of US origin is hosted in this terminal.

Terminal E has three levels: Level 1 (Arrivals), Level 2 (Departures, US Customs and Border Protecion), Level 3 (Departures and Check-in).

Boarding gates E1-E12 are located here.

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