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Connecting Massachusetts and New England to the world

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Celebrating 100 years

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a global gateway for Massachusetts and New England, with direct flights to over 100 domestic and international destinations serviced by over 40 airlines. Located in East Boston, Boston Logan’s four terminals connect our city to the world.

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Worcester Regional Airport
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Located in the heart of Central Massachusetts

Conveniently located just three miles away from downtown Worcester, Worcester Regional Airport (ORH) is served by three major airlines—JetBlue, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines. The airport is a critical transportation hub connecting Central Massachusetts to the world and supports the region’s economy. Formerly known as Worcester Municipal Airport, the airport began providing commercial service in 1946.

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A major part of local aviation since 1941

Laurence G. Hanscom Field (BED) in Bedford, Massachusetts, is the region’s largest general aviation airport and a vital link in the transportation infrastructure of Massachusetts and New England. Hanscom's major users are a mix of corporate aviation, private pilots, flight schools, commuter/commercial air services, as well as some charters and light cargo.

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Continuing Boston's maritime tradition

Conley Terminal in the Port of Boston is the only full-service container terminal helping to fuel the New England economy by serving over 2,500 businesses in the Northeast with direct access to 14 million consumers throughout the region. Conley Terminal’s modernization has enhanced the Port of Boston's capabilities connecting New England to over 30 ports globally, including China, Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, North Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East, and Latin America.

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Flynn Cruiseport Boston

Massachusetts and New England's cruiseport

Each year, hundreds of thousand of travelers depart Flynn Cruiseport Boston on the South Boston Waterfront for destinations including Bermuda, Canada/New England, Iceland/Greenland, the Caribbean, and a wide variety of other repositioning itineraries. Beyond fulfilling dreams of leisurely travel, Flynn Cruiseport Boston supports 2,200 jobs, generates $135 million in business revenue, and contributes $41 million in federal, state, and local taxes, supporting local businesses small and large.

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Committed to being a good neighbor


Forward thinking in environmental consciousness has long been a defining quality of our organization. 

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Massport strives to be a good neighbor, working directly with neighborhood residents, local organizations and elected officials.

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Massport aims to contribute to vibrant, sustainable, and inclusive neighborhoods through thoughtful planning, architecture, programming, and public realm activation.

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Massport is Powering What's Possible for our local economy. Work with us.

Diversity and Inclusion

We're dedicated to an inclusive culture of excellence

One of the important missions of Massport is to serve as an economic engine for the whole of New England. A principal goal of Massport is to ensure that local, small, and disadvantaged firms share in that growth.  We celebrate diversity in all areas of our business, through initiatives that develop and grow employee morale and enhance awareness of our compliance business diversity programs throughout our organization.

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Safety & Security

Security is our highest priority

Together with our partners at the Massachusetts State Police, Massport Police and Massport Fire Rescue, we strive to uphold the highest standards of safety and security in our operations and throughout our facilities.

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