On May 28, 2014, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health released results of a 14-year study of possible health impacts connected with activities at Logan International Airport.
The next meeting of the Massport Board scheduled for Thursday, November 20, 2014.
In order to promote an open, public and transparent Board process, Massport begins its Board meetings with a public comment period. Read more on public comment period.
Meeting minutes are also now posted on our website.
Over the past decade, Massport and our transportation partners have invested more than $5 billion to upgrade, improve and modernize our facilities. Massport is self-supporting and receives no state tax money to support its operations or facilities. A recent economic impact report estimates that Massport contributes $8.7 billion a year in total economic impact. Read more...
Massport is made up of talented people who are passionate about their work. If you are interested in employment at Massport, please view our current job opportunities.
If you are interested in working at one of Boston Logan's shopping or dining establishments, you may apply online through Airmall and Airportstorejobs.com.
Massport has been designated as a Gold Level Recipient of the American Heart Association’s Fit-Friendly Worksites Recognition Program, putting Massport in an elite group of about 1,700 organizations across the country that make the health and wellness of their employees a priority.
Massport is being honored for the Health and Wellness Program that our Human
Resources department administers to help Massport employees become healthier
and more physically active.