Arrivals Boston Logan Airport
Boston Logan International Airport (IATA acronym: BOS) is the main gateway to New England, and to the city of Boston. The airport is only 5 kilometers northeast of the city of Boston. Boston is a large city in the United States (over 650,000 inhabitants). even the metropolitan area has more than 6 million inhabitants. Boston airport is quite an international airport, and the main users are JetBlue Airways, Delta Air Lines and US Airways. With more than 30 million passengers in 2014 is a medium sized airport. Delta Air Lines flying between Amsterdam and Boston Logan Airport.
The airport has four terminals: A, B, C, D and E. They are connected by a shuttle bus. Terminals B, C, D and E are also mutually foot. Terminal E, short for John A. Volpe International Terminal called the terminal where arriving most European societies. Keep in mind that Delta Air Lines (KLM’s partner on this route) is not a European airline. As the airport is only 5 kilometers northeast of the city of Boston, the arrival terminal does not really matter.