Boston Logan (BOS) Airport Guide
As New England's biggest transportation centre, Boston Logan International Airport served 28,102,455 passengers in 2007, having first opened in September 1923.
It is ranked 19th in the US in passenger volume as well as 16th in terms of flight movements based on Airports Council International survey of top 50 airports.
Over 12,000 people work at the facility, which is managed by Massport, and the economic activity it generates stands at $7 billion (£4.2 billion) a year.
Boston Logan International Airport's airfield is made up of six runways as well as 14 miles of taxiway and 237 acres of concrete and asphalt apron.
Boston Logan Intetrnational Airport Amenities
For those travellers looking for a bite to eat at Boston Logan International Airport, there are a number of restaurants to be enjoyed.
These include Bonfire, Cisco Brew Pub and Fox Sports Sky Box and Grill, which can all be found in Terminal B.
Boston Beer Works can be found in both terminals C and E, while Dine Boston Restaurant & Bar can be found in Terminal E as well.
Terminal A is home to Game On! as well as Harpoon Tap Room and Phillips Seafood Express, while big name outlets such as Burger King, Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts are found at the complex.
As for those holidaymakers with a penchant for shopping, Boston Logan International Airport has much to offer including Basics Health & Beauty, Borders, Virgin Books and Zoom Systems.
A number of banking services are also on offer for those using the airport, including a Travelex Foreign Exchange Booth in terminals A, B and E, while a Bank of America ATM, Cardtronics ATM and Citizens Bank ATM are to be found in all terminals.
Internet kiosks will most likely please those looking to get online before heading on a flight and these are also located in each terminal.
Other services include the Classic Shoe Shine Valet and Duty Free Americas.
Terminals at Boston Logan
There are four terminals at Boston Logan International Airport: A, B, C and E.
Boston Logan Intetrnational Transport Links
There are a variety of transport options for people looking to get to and around Boston Logan International Airport, the Logan Express being one of them.
The express bus service runs from four suburban locations including Braintree, Framingham, Peabody and Woburn, stopping at all terminals.
Massport offers a complimentary shuttle bus service, which runs seven days a week.
There are a total of eight rental car companies operating at the airport including Avis, Dollar, Hertz, and National.
Each terminal at Logan has direct line telephone boards that can connect passengers with each rental car company's local office as well as their worldwide reservation centres.
For the traveller that wants a little class, the limousine service may appeal, although they will need to reserve in advance by calling their local limousine carrier.
All terminals feature a limousine stand where travellers can get picked up from.