International Air Transport Association (IATA): BOS.
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO): KBOS
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA): BOS abbreviation.
Boston Logan International Airport
Tel: +1 (0) 617 5611800
Address: Boston, Massachusetts 02128, United States
IATA airport Code: BOS
Phone: +1 800-235-6426
Number of runways: 6
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Discover Boston Logan Airport Departures
Airport General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, is located in (or near) Boston. It is only 4 miles from the center. A good way for Logan departure to the center is to take the Subway with the Silver or Blue line. There are also regional but also express bus Boston airport departures for a more direct route. If you prefer to travel privately, you can continue the journey with limos, taxis or Uber / Lyft. At the airport itself there are Logan airport departures every 5 minutes with the On-Airport Shuttle connecting not only the terminal but also the subway station, rental car center and economy parking garage.
Boston Airport terminals
There are Boston Logan international departures from five different terminals.
- Terminal A is mainly used by Delta Air Lines and WestJet.
- Terminal B has existed since 1974 and has been renovated and expanded several times and divides into north and south. Airlines that have Boston departures here are Alaska Airlines, Spirit, Air Canada, Boutique Air, Sun Country, Southwest and American Airlines.
- Terminal C is the fourth terminal and smaller than the previous one and is used by TAP Air Portugal, Cape Air, Aer Lingus and JetBlue.
- The last terminal, Terminal E, has only 12 gates but expansions are on the way, adding 7 new international gates. Airlines that are located here include: British Airways, Air France, Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic.
There are a total of 6 runways Boston Logan airport departures. Four of these can be used for the larger aircraft and two of them for smaller aircraft such as private jets.
Airlines at Boston Logan Airport
Most Boston Logan international airport departures belong to JetBlue Airways with a market share of more than 30 percent. The other airlines that follow are American, Delta, United and Southwest. Most flights are domestic and there are a number of popular destinations.
Most Boston Logan departures go to Atlanta, Georgia, flown with Delta, JetBlue and Spirit. Not far behind are the busiest routes to Chicago-O’Hare, Orlando, Charlotte and Fort Lauderdale. The top 10 is completed with the airport at Washington DC, San Francisco, Dallas and to Philadelphia with Frontier, among others.
Due to corona, the international routes have shrunk considerably and the large numbers of passengers are still missing. The busiest route is to Europe: London-Heathrow in the UK. In most cases the flight is operated by BA, Delta or Virgin Atlantic. The destinations Toronto, Paris, Dublin, Reykjavik, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Dubai are lagging behind.
Looking at cargo flights, most Boston flight departures are with UPS Airlines, FedEx Express, Ameriflight and Atlas Air.