Due to increased air travel and parking demand, the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) re-opened Satellite Parking on Wednesday, April 3 at 8:00 am at Logan International Airport. The addition of 650 these discount-priced spaces will come as relief to the traveling public, with an additional 450 spaces available for peak travel times.
Satellite parking has been closed since September 11th, 2001.
As passenger numbers have rebounded at Logan, the airport parking garages have been filling, prompting the need for Massport to recall ten parking employees to work and re-open the Satellite lots. Six cashiers and four parking attendants will join the 26 employees Massport rehired in January when the Terminal B parking garage was re-opened.
Parking rates at Satellite lots are discounted from the terminal area garage rates. Satellite is ideal for travelers who need long-term parking. Please note that new parking rates for terminal area garages and Satellite lots took effect in November 2001. In addition, with lower-cost Satellite lots open for long-term parking, the weekly rate of $99 instituted in the terminal area garages when Satellite closed, will be discontinued.
Satellite lots are located on the airport and may be accessed via the outbound roadway at Logan. Signs direct travelers where to turn onto the service road and how to access Satellite parking.
The rates are as follows:
$16 per day, $80 maximum for 7 days.
Central Parking and Terminal B Garage:
$22 per day (no weekly rate)
Hourly incremental rates remain unchanged at all facilities.
For more information on parking availability and ground transportation alternatives, please call 1-800-23-LOGAN (TTY: 1-800-262-3335) or log on to www.massport.com