The Massachusetts Port Authority ("Massport") is an independent public authority of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, created by act of the legislature in 1956 to own and operate Boston-Logan International Airport, L.G. Hanscom Field, the Tobin Memorial Bridge and certain facilities within the Port of Boston. Massport has the power to issue revenue bonds and issue notes in anticipation thereof, to establish, revise and collect tolls and charges for the use of its facilities, and to maintain, repair and operate and to extend, enlarge and improve its facilities. Massport has the power to acquire property by purchase or through the exercise of eminent domain in certain circumstances. Massport has no taxing power. Massport's bonds and notes do not constitute a pledge of the faith and credit of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or any political subdivision thereof.
Accessible from this page are Massport's most current Statement of Financial Information and Statistical Data, prepared pursuant to Rule 15c2-12 of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Massport's most current Consolidated Annual Financial Report ("CAFR"). Massport's Statements of Financial Information and Statistical Data and CAFRs for prior fiscal years may be accessed from Massport's Historical Financial Information page of the website.