To improve the customer experience, Massport will invest nearly $100 million at Terminal E including the construction of a new post-security connector between Terminal C and E for transferring passengers; state-of-the-art Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing kiosks which will include Global Entry and passport processing kiosks; and the renovation of gates to accommodate larger commercial aircraft which Massport expects to service in the near future. The project is expected to be completed in two years.
Logan now serves 36 overseas markets with nonstop service, up from 26
international destinations a decade ago. The airport serves as a gateway to new markets around the world through direct flights to Dublin, Madrid, Toronto, the Dominican Republic, Tokyo, Panama City, Istanbul, Dubai and Beijing.
The following airlines will launch service at Boston Logan this year:
Emirates: March 10, 2014
Turkish: May 12, 2014
Hainan: June 20, 2014
To encourage HOV use and improve accessibilityto the airport, Massport has reduced the daily parking rate at Logan Express lots to $7 a day. Visit Logan Express
Kermit was wrong. It IS easy being green.
Here’s how you can do it at Logan.
• Take the T – Silver Line stops at every terminal, free CNG shuttle to Blue Line.
• Ride Logan Express – direct service to/from Braintree, Framingham, Woburn and Peabody.
• Request a hybrid cab – 400 of them service Logan.
• Share a cab – download the GobiCab app on your iPhone or iPad (free!).