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About Boston Logan Airport

Boston's Logan Airport has a poor reputation for being difficult to navigate for those who live outside of the city. Still, it's been considerably easier since the Big Dig project connected I-90 to the airport. This guide will teach you all you need to know about getting to BOS, parking options, about the terminals and familiarize you with the Boston Logan Airport Map.

With the airport being pretty close to downtown, driving to the airport is a viable option as long as you have a parking spot. For this purpose, the airport offers both long-term and short-term parking onsite. There are also several offsite BOS parking options nearby.

Logan started off as Jeffrey Field in 1923, following a local campaign encouraging companies to send mail by air. Originally only an airfield, it was primarily utilized by the United States Army. The first commercial hangar was built in 1925, and the general manager is credited with coining the word "airport." In 1943, the airport was renamed General Edward Lawrence Logan Airport.

Boston Logan Airport Quick Facts
Airport Name General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport
Boston Logan Airport Code BOS
Terminals 4 Terminals - A, B, C & E
Airport Address 1 Harborside Dr., Boston, MA 02128
Distance from Downtown Boston 3 miles approx.
Official Website https://www.massport.com/logan-airport/
Contact Number 800-235-6426
No Of Destinations 76 destinations
Focus City For Cape Air, Delta Air Lines
Flight Status: Departures and arrivals www.way.com/bos/flight-status
TSA Wait Times www.way.com/bos/tsa-wait-times

Boston Logan Airport Terminals

Boston Logan International Airport has four terminals: A, B, C, and E, which are located on the airport's north, south, and east ends.

A ring road branches off I-90, enabling automobile access to all terminals and parking structures opposite the terminals.

The terminals are all linked by walkways, some within the guarded area and others outside.

How to get around the terminals at Boston Logan

Shuttle Bus

Shuttle buses connecting the terminals, the rental car facility, and the airport station are provided by BOS Airport. These buses run in both directions. Six bus lines run typically every five to six minutes:


You can use the several walkways provided outside of the secure area to walk among the terminals.

Inside the secure area, passengers who have connecting flights between Terminals E and C are permitted to move freely. However, passengers arriving on an overseas aircraft are not permitted to enter the secure area since they are required to clear customs and immigration upon arrival. This places them outside of the restricted area.

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EV parking at BOS Airport

There are 173 parking spots at Boston Logan Airport that are reserved exclusively for hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles, and alternative fuel vehicles. There are

  • 79 spots on Level 6 of the Central Garage
  • 11 spots on the 1st Level of the Economy Garage
  • 18 spots Level 4 of the Terminal B Garage
  • 2 spots on the 1st Level of Terminal E, Lot 1
  • 63 spots on Level 6 of the West Garage

Oversized parking in Logan Airport

  • Clearance for Level 1, Central Parking is 12 feet.
  • Clearance for Level 1, Economy Garage, is 8 feet, 2 inches.
  • Clearance for Levels 2-3, Economy Garage is 7 feet.

Accessible parking at Logan Airport

Parking spots reserved specifically for travelers with disabilities can be found in any of the terminal's garages as well as the budget parking lot. In addition, shuttle services that go to and from the budget parking lot are also accessible to those using wheelchairs.

Pet relief areas in Logan Airport

Pet rest zones are located outside of each terminal on the level that is designated for arrivals. There is also a rest area for pets is also alongside the guarded section of Terminal E, next to gate E7.

Important BOS Airport phone numbers

  • General Information: (800)-235-6426
  • Lost and Found: (617)-568-7514
  • Parking Information: (617)-946-4440

Airlines operating from Boston Logan Airport

Terminal A Terminal B Terminal C Terminal E
Delta (Terminal E
for International arrivals)
Air Canada Aer Lingus Air France
Southwest American Airlines Alaska Airlines Alitalia
WestJet Boutique Air Cape Air American Airlines
  Spirit JetBlue (Terminal E
for International Arrivals)
  United TAP Air Portugal
(Terminal E for
International Arrivals)
Azores Airlines (SATA)
      British Airways
      Cabo Verde Airlines
      Cathay Pacific
      Copa Airlines
      El Al
      Hainan Airlines
      Hawaiian Airlines
      Japan Airlines
      Korean Air
      Primera Air
      Qatar Airways
      Scandinavian Airlines
      Sun Country Airlines
      Tap Air Portugal
      Turkish Airlines
      Virgin Atlantic

Security and Customs at Logan Airport

There are seven security checkpoints at BOS: one in Terminal A, two in Terminal B, three in Terminal C, and one in Terminal D. Security checks open 1 hour before the first flight departs. Customs and Immigration is in Terminal E, which is where most foreign planes arrive.

TSA PreCheck lanes are available at BOS, and qualifying travelers can use this service for quicker security clearance. BOS Airport also offers a TSA PreCheck Enrollment Center on the arrivals level of Terminal A, where conditionally-approved candidates can schedule an interview when they return to the airport.

How to get to Boston Logan Airport

There are several ways to travel to Logan Airport, depending on your preferences. You can drive, use a bus or limo service, or take public transit.


The Blue Line subway is the most convenient mode to go to Downtown Boston or Wonderland. Connections to the Orange Line are also available at State Street Station for trips to Back Bay, Fenway Park, and Boston University, and the Green Line for trips to Boston College, Cleveland Circle, or Lechmere. Trains run daily from 6 a.m. to 12:30 a.m., and Massport shuttle buses regularly travel between terminals and the airport station.


The Silver Line SL1 bus runs from Chelsea to Dudley Square, stopping at BOS. Buses depart from each terminal, and the trip from the airport to South Station is free (not from South Station to the airport). In addition, passengers may connect here to Amtrak, Commuter Rail, and the Red Line, which will take them to Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, and MIT.

The Logan Express provides parking at its bus terminals in Braintree, Framingham, Peabody, and Woburn, and customers can then ride directly to the airport. Parking is $7 per day, with travel durations ranging from 30-45 minutes. All terminals have buses that arrive and leave.

Various private bus companies run from BOS to locations around Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and the northeast.

MTBA Commuter Boat

On weekdays, MBTA boats run from the commuter boat station at Pemberton Point in Hull to BOS. Passengers can take the shuttle bus (route 66) to their terminal from the airport pier.


Private and shared-ride shuttles can be pre-arranged, and the airport recommends numerous firms.


Passengers can hail a cab outside each terminal on the arrivals level. Taxis to downtown Boston go from $25 to $45 without tolls or gratuity.


Uber and Lyft are licensed ride-hailing services that may operate from BOS. Arriving passengers can be dropped off outside of departures on the top level of each terminal, but only from the following areas can they be picked up:

  • On the arrivals level of the garage adjacent to Terminal A.
  • On the arrivals level of the garage between Terminals B and C, near the limousine pick-up area.
  • On the arrivals level of a garage next to Terminal C. (outside door C110).
  • On the arrivals level of a garage adjacent to Terminal E. (outside door E102).

Driving to Logan Airport

From Downtown Boston

From the downtown area, many routes are accessible, including Otis Street and Kingston Street to Essex Street. Utilize the two right lanes to make a fast right turn onto John F. Fitzgerald Surface Road, then proceed onto Albany Street. Left into South Station Connector, then right onto I-93 South slipway. Take exit 26 to reach Logan Airport after merging onto I-90 East.

From The North

Take I-93 South to exit 24A-24B for MA-1A in the direction of the airport. Take exit 24B and continue north on MA-1A until you reach the Logan Airport exit.

From the South

Follow the signage for State Route 3 North/Boston while staying left on I-93 North. Take exit 20 in the direction of Logan Airport, stay to the left, and join onto I-90 East before taking exit 26 to reach the airport.

Frequently asked questions

What terminal is Delta at Logan Airport?

Delta Airlines operates from Boston Logan's Terminal A.

Where is Logan Airport?

Boston Logan International Airport is located primarily in East Boston and partly in Winthrop, Massachusetts, in the United States.

What terminal is JetBlue at Logan Airport?

JetBlue operates from Boston Logan Airport's Terminal C.

How busy is Logan Airport?

According to the regularly updated Way.com TSA Wait times at BOS page, the current average Boston Logan security wait time is 15 minutes

How early should you get to Logan Airport?

The airport suggests arriving two hours before domestic departures and three hours before foreign departures.

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