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Boston Logan Airport Shuttles: Some of the Boston airport shuttle companies that serve BOS are:

Flight Line Inc.: looking at flightlineinc.com, they were founded in 1981 and are based out of Salem, New Hampshire. They serve both Boston Logan and Manchester airports, in addition to South Station and Black Falcon Pier Terminal. They offer 24 hour reservation services, depart Logan every hour and MHT every 90 minutes. They offer both direct ride to airport, and shared ride transportation serving over 120 towns throughout Southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts, and limit their stops to no more than 2 stops per trip. They also provide scheduled shuttle pick-up through their park and ride option at specific locations, and airport to airport transfers between MHT and BOS.

Worcester Airport Limousine: looking at wlimo.com, they have been offering Boston Logan airport transportation in Central Massachusetts since 1978, including shared van, private van, and point to point mini-coach services. They are open 7 days a week and operate between 4:00 AM and 12:30 AM, and reservations can be made on line or by toll free phone. At Logan airport, pick up points are at the yellow zones on the ground level of each terminal.

Star Shuttle: looking at starshuttleboston.com, they have been serving Eastern Massachusetts for over 20 years including both Boston and Cambridge areas. Their transportation service also extends to Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, and Connecticut. They ask you to make your reservations at least 24 hours ahead of your trip. There is an extra charge for reservations before 7:00 AM. Their fleet varies between 14 passenger deluxe vans and 24 passenger mini buses. Deluxe vans inccur a rate of $55/hr Waiting Time and $150/hr Driving Time with a 3 hour minimum.



Boston Logan International Airport (BOS): Logan International located in East Boston is the largest transportation center in Massachusetts, even New England. It is considered one of top 20 airports in US both in passenger volume and flights traffic. In 2009, it recorded serving over 31 millions passengers.

The airport hosts 102 gates in 4 terminals, A, B, C, and E, each with the ticketing, baggage claim and ground transportation facility.

Logan Airport Contact Details:

Address: 1 Harborside Dr Boston, MA 02128
All inquiries:  +1-800-23-LOGAN (800-235-6426)
Website: www.massport.com

BOS Airport History: Beginning of Boston Airport dated back in 1922 when the businessmen started to demand for an airport. Massachusetts Legislature and Boston Chamber of Commerce began to establish an aircraft landing site on Jeffries Point in East Boston.

On September 8, 1923, Boston airport was officially opened. The field was primarily utilized by Massachusetts Air Guard and the Army Air Corps. The first commercial flight happened in 1927 between Boston and New York by Colonial Air Transport. Over the next one decade, the airport expanded and improved with bigger area, longer runways, paving roads accessing to it. By late 1930s the American Airlines served the daily flights between New York and Boston.

In June 1943, a funding proposal to build a new road accommodating airport growth was signer and along with it there was amendment to rename the airport to General Edward Lawrence Logan Airport.

In 1961, under management of MASSPORT (Massachusetts Port Authority), International Terminal was constructed on the current Terminal C site with the budget of $5.3 million out of $23 million construction fund to develop the airport. In summer 1970, Pan Am introduced daily service from Boston to London with Boeing 747 that marked the era of Jumbo Jet.

The new international terminal (terminal E) as well as south terminal opened in 1974 and were the second largest international facilities in US. Since then, the numbers of passengers have increased significantly, and to accommodate this, the airport keeps on establishing and updating new facilities and services.

Location and Driving Directions: The airport is located partly in East Boston and partly in the town of Winthrop, on Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, 6 km (4 miles) from downtown Boston.

Passengers should notice roadway going to the airport is divided to two levels, upper level for getting to the departures and a lower level for arrivals. All the parking area can be accessed from the lower level roadway only

Getting to Logan Airport:

From the West: Drive along I-90 East (Masspike) up to the Ted Williams Tunnel then take the I-90 East Exit 26 to Logan.
From the North:
Option 1: Travel I-93 Southbound then take Exit 24B to the Callahan Tunnel and Route 1A North to Logan. 
Option 2: Drive Route 1 Southbound and then take the exit at Route 60, and follow the signs to Logan Airport.
From the South: Drive along I-93 Northbound and then take Exit 20 to I-90 Eastbound. Drive through the Ted Williams Tunnel, then take I-90 East Exit 26 and follow signs to Logan Airport.

Leaving Logan Airport:

Heading West (I-90 (Masspike):  Take Ted Williams Tunnel and drive to I-90 westbound Masspike.
Heading North:
Option 1: Drive through Ted Williams Tunnel and merge into the I-90. Drive Westbound and take Exit 24 (I-93 North and South). 
Option 2: Take the outbound roadway to Route 1A south and take the Sumner Tunnel to I-93 Northbound. 
Heading South: Drive through the Ted Williams Tunnel to I-90 Westbound and take Exit 24 (I-93 North and South). 



Boston Airport Other Means of Ground Transportation:

Bus:
- MBTA Silver Line & MBTA Blue Line: MBTA Silver Line, route SL1 provides faster and more convenient bus facilities to the Logan terminals. It is the best option for passengers going and coming from South Station (MBTA Commuter Rail, Amtrak, and Red Line Subway). Blue Line is the best option that provides connection to and from the MBTA Orange and Green Lines at Government Center Stration.
- South Station Regional Bus: This is a scheduled bus service provided by regional companies between South Station and Logan Airport.


Water transport:
Logan airport can be reached with water shuttles and water taxis from downtown Boston or popular waterfront areas to airport Dock. This method of transport is very enjoyable and passengers can enjoy the views.

Limousine:
Limousine can be provided by private companies on reservations. Locations of limousine stands in all terminals are below:
Terminal A: Arrival level, outer surface lot area
Terminal B: US Airways, departure level, curb side and American Airlines, departure level, curb side.
Terminal C: Departure Level, Outermost Curb area
Terminal E: Arrival Level, Outermost Curb Area.

Rental Car Companies:
There are eight rental car companies running from Boston Logan Airport. There are direct line telephone boards in every terminal that will connect customers to the rental companies.

Taxi:
Taxis are available at all airport terminals 24 hrs a day. For a distance within 20 miles radius, it is charged meter rate. For distance beyond 20 miles, flat rate is applied.

Additional information, schedules and fares about Ground Transportation facilities can be found by calling 1-800-23-LOGAN (TTY: 1-800-262-3335) 24 hours a day.



Boston Airport Parking: Logan airport offers several parking options, customers can choose as per their convenience and needs, while curbside parking is not allowed in all the terminals. Below are the parking options:

Cell Phone Waiting lot: The lot is designated for picking up arriving passengers only. It is free of charge and just five minutes from the airport. Cars should not be left unattended, and the maximum waiting time is 30 minutes.

Central Parking Garage, Terminal B Garage, and Terminal E Parking Lot:

The Central Parking Garage offers affordable daily parking rate. The garage is connected to all terminals A, B, C and E via pedestrian bridge on level 4.

The Terminal B garage is very convenient for terminal B’s passengers. All vehicles have to go through a security check, and all must be parked head in. Daily parking areas are located in levels 2 to 5.

The Terminal E Parking lot is designated for passengers departing or arriving from terminal E. There are 2 lots available, Lot 1 and Lot 2 which only opens when Lot 1 is full.

The parking rates for these 3 main facilities are:
- 0 to 30 minutes $3.00
- 31 minutes to 1 hour $6.00
- 1 hour to 1 ½ hours $9.00
- 1 ½ hours to 2 hours $12.00
- 2 hours to 3 hours $15.00
- 3 hours to 4 hours $18.00
- 4 hours to 7 hours $22.00
- 7 hours to 24 hours $24.00
- 1 Day and 0 to 6 hours $36.00
- 1 Day and 6 to 24 hours $48.00
- Each Additional Day $24.00
- Additional Day 0 to 6 hours $12.00
- Lost Parking Ticket Fee: Applicable Parking Fee + $5.00

Satellite Economy Parking Lot: This option offers the cheapest rate for long term parking. Free shuttles back and forth the terminal serve the lot every 15-20 minutes, 24 hrs a day. It also provides accessible parking near bus shuttle. All shuttles are also equipped with wheel chair lift facilities. The rates are:
- 0 to 30 minutes $3.00
- 31 minutes to 1 hour $6.00
- 1 hour to 1 ½ hours $8.00
- 1 ½ hours to 2 hours $11.00
- 2 hours to 3 hours $13.00
- 3 hours to 4 hours $16.00
- 4 hours to 24 hours $18.00
- 1 Day and 0 to 6 hours $27.00
- 1 Day and 6 to 24 hours $36.00
- Each Additional Day $18.00
- Additional Day 0 to 6 hours $9.00
- Weekly rate (5-7 days) $108.00
- Lost Parking Ticket Fee: Applicable Parking Fee + $5.00

Valet Parking: Valet Parking is provided by private companies and only available at terminals A, B and C. Cars can be dropped to parking attendants and passengers should provide return flight information for return valet service. Current rate: $39 for 2 days and $22 for additional per day.

Updated Boston Airport Parking Information: Updated parking information at Logan Airport can be found in the website www.massport.com or by calling Massport’s Parking Facilities Information Line at (617) 561-1672.



Boston Airport Hotels:

In-Airport Hotel: There are two luxurious hotels on the airport grounds:

Hyatt Harbourside
101 Harborside Drive
Boston, MA 02128
Telephone: 617-568-1234 or 1-800-233-1234
www.hyattharborside.com 

Hilton Boston Logan Airport
85 Terminal Road
East Boston, MA 02128
Telephone: 617-568-6700 www.hiltonfamilyboston.com

Airport Vicinity Hotels: Boston has more than 100 hotels in the airport vivonoty, and listed below are some of the hotel choices within 5 miles radius from the airport. Most of the hotels provide shuttles to and from airport terminal. For further information contact the hotels listed below including, their distance from Boston Airport and their contact numbers:


- Langham Boston Hotel, 2.0 miles, 250 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02110 - (617) 451-1900
- Hampton Inn Boston Logan, 2.0 miles, 230 Lee Burbank Highway, Revere, MA 02151 - (781) 286-5665
- Omni Parker House, 2.1 miles, 60 School St, Boston, MA 02108 - (617) 227-8600
- Courtyard Boston Tremont, 2.1 miles, 275 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116 - (617) 426-1400
- Langham Boston Hotel, 2.0 miles, 250 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02110 - (617) 451-1900
- Hampton Inn Boston Logan, 2.0 miles, 230 Lee Burbank Highway, Revere, MA 02151 - (781) 286-5665
- Holiday Inn Boston Beacon Hill, 2.2 miles, 5 Blossom St at Cambridge St., Boston, MA 02114 - (617) 742-763
- Marriot Cambridge, 2.4 miles, 2 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 02142 - (617) 494-6600
- Intercontinental Boston, 2.5 miles, 510 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA 02210 - (617) 747-1000
- Doubletree Boston, 2.3 miles, 821 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111 - (617) 956-7900
- Hilton Financial District, 2.6 miles, 89 Broad St, Boston, MA 02110 - (800) 783-9088
- Boston Days Inn Saugus, 3.0 miles, 999 Broadway, Saugus,MA 01906 - (800) 467-1538
- Comfort Inn & Suites, 3.0 miles, 85 American Legion Hwy, Revere, MA 02151 - (781) 485-3600
- Holiday Inn Express Boston, 3.0 miles, 69 Boston St, Boston, MA 02125 - (617) 288-3030
- Holiday Inn & Suites Express Boston, 3.0 miles, 280 Friend Street, Boston, MA 0211 - (617) 720-5544
- Four Points by Sheraton, 5.0 miles, 407 Squire Road, Revere, MA 02151 - (781) 284-7200



Airport Terminal Information: Logan airport hosts 4 terminals, A, B, C and E. Terminal A, C and E have their own building. Terminal B is divided into north pier and south pier. International arrivals are being handled in Terminal E, therefore US Custom and Immigration services are designated here.

Massport shuttle bus serves these terminals and connects them. Passengers can also move between Terminals A, B and E thru moving walkways. It also connects all terminals to the parking garage located in the center of the airport structures.

At present, Logan Airport doesn’t have terminal D, on February 28, 2006, the gates in terminal D was renamed and made part of Terminal C.

Terminal A is the first airport terminal constructed that obtained LEED Certification for environmentally friendly design from US Green Building Council.

All terminals provide common airport facilities such as ATMs, money exchange booths, Duty free shops, Restaurants, public information booths etc. Special facilities services such as Kidport, petport and services for people with special needs are also available. Information for each terminal that would make your travelling easier can be found below. Please confirm the information before booking as terminal information may change.

Terminal A: Terminal A hosts 22 gates.

Airlines at Terminal A: At present Terminal A serves departure and arrivals for the airlines below:
- Alaska Airlines, (800) 252-7522, www.alaskaair.com
- Continental, (800) 525-0280, www.continental.com
- Delta Airlines, (800) 221-1212, www.delta.com
- Delta Shuttle, (800) 221-1212, www.delta.com

Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands) in Terminal A:
- Airport wireless
- Borders
- Bluwire
- Brookstone
- Duty Free Americas
- Johnston & Murphy
- L’Ocittane
- New England Collections
- Taxco Sterling
- Newslink

Food and Beverages in Terminal A:
- Game On!
- Harpoon Tap Room.
- Legal’s Test Kitchen.
- Lucky’s/Lucky’s Express.
- Au Bon Pain.
- Dunkin’ Donuts.
- Famous Famiglia.
- Fresh City.
- Fuddrucker’s.
- Gourmet on the Fly.
- Panda Express.
- Phillips Seafood Express.
- Starbucks.
- Wendy’s.

Consumer Services in Terminal A:
- ATMs (Bank of America, Cardtronic, Citizens Bank of Massachusetts).
- Public Internet Access.
- Internet Kiosks, paid services.
- Paid Wireless Internet Access (WiFi) available throughout Terminal A for use with WiFi-enabled devices such as laptops and PDA’s.
- Shoe Shine (Classic Shoe Shine Valet).

Terminal B: Terminal B houses the gates B1 to B38. It handles both departures for domestic and international carriers, but domestic arrivals only.

Airlines at Terminal B: Terminal B consists of two buildings. Building 1 serves Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz, Midwest Airlines , US Airways, US Airways Shuttle, US Airways Express, and Building 2 serves American Airlines, American Eagle, Spirit Airlines, Virgin America.

- Air Canada / Air Canada Jazz, (888) 247-2262, www.aircanada.ca
- Midwest Airlines, (800) 452-2022, www.midwestexpress.com
- US Airways, (800) 428-4322, www.usaairways.com
- US Airways Shuttle, (800) 428-4322, www.usaairways.com
- US Airways Express, (800) 428-4322, www.usaairways.com
- American Airlines, (800) 433-7300, www.aa.com
- American Eagle, (800) 433-7300, www.aa.com
- Spirit Airlines, (800) 772-7117, www.spiritair.com
- Virgin America, (877) 359-8474, www.virginamerica.com

Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands) in Terminal B:
- Airport wireless. - Bijoux Ternier. - Duty Free Americas. - Local Charm. - Sunglass Hut. - Tech Showcase. - Virgin Books. - Hudson News.

Food and Beverages in Terminal B:
- Bon Fire
- Legal Sea Foods Café
- Ozone-Bos
- Au Bon Pain
- Caffee Ritazza
- Cozi
- Dunkin’ Donuts
- McDonalds
- RYO Asian Fusion
- Sbarro
- Ufood
- Villa Pizza

Consumer Services in Terminal B:
- ATMs (Citizens Bank of Massachusetts, American Airlines Federal Credit Union).
- Public Internet Access.
- Internet Kiosks, paid services.
- Travelex foreign exchange.
- Shoe Shine.
- Spa And Services.

Terminal C:

Airlines at Terminal C: Terminal C houses the gate C11 – C 42 and serves the airlines below::
- Air Tran Airways, (800) 247-8726, www.airtran.com
- Cape Air, (800) 352-0714, www.flycapeair.com
- JetBlue Airways, (800) 538-2583, www.jetblue.com
- Sun Country, (800) 359-6786, www.suncountry.com
- United, (800) 241-6522, www.ual.com
- United Express, (800) 241-6522, www.ual.com

Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands) in Terminal C:
- Boston Store
- Boston Tops
- Brookstone
- Hat World
- Zoom Systems

Food and Beverages in Terminal C:
- Legal Sea Food Restaurant
- Au Bon Pain
- Cibo Express
- Currito
- Dunkin’ Donuts
- Famous Famiqlia
- Gourmet on The Fly
- The Groove
- Johnny Rockets
- RYO Asian Fusion
- Wolfgang Puck Gourmet Express

Consumer Services in Terminal C:
- ATMs ( Citizens Bank, Sovereign Bank)
- Public Internet Access
- Internet Kiosks, paid services
- Salon and Spa Services
- Hotel Reservation Service
- Rental Car telephones
- Massachusetts state Police

Terminal E: Terminal E handles all the international arrivals for the airport and also departures for domestic and some international carriers. Terminal E has 13 gates from E1A – E1E, E2 – E 8.
All International arrivals are on level 2, then passengers must proceed to US passport Control area. To reclaim baggage, passengers can take the elevator down to the lower level.

Airlines at Terminal E: In addition to handling international flights, the following airlines operate from terminal E:
- Air France, (800) 237-2747, www.airfrance.com
- Alitalia, (800) 223-5730, www.alitaliausa.com
- British airways, (800) 247-9297, www.british-airways.com
- Iberia, (800) 772-4642, www.iberia.com
- Icelandair, (800) 223-5500, www.icelandair.com
- Lufthansa, (800) 645-3880, www.lufthansa.com
- Sata, (800) 762-9995, www.sata.pt
- Southwest Airlines, (800) 435-9792, www.southwest.com
- Swiss Air, (877) 359-7947, www.swissair.com
- TACV, (866) 359-8228, www.flytacv.com
- Virgin Atlantic Airways, (800) 862-8621, www.virginatlantic.com
- American Airlines, (800) 433-7300, www.aa.com
- Delta Airlines, (800) 221-1212, www.delta.com
- JetBlue Airways, (800) 538-2583, www.jetblue.com

Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands) in Terminal E:
- Duty free Americas
- Runway Fashions
- Tech Showcase
- ULTRA Diamonds
- Basics Health & Beauty


Food and Beverages in Terminal E:
- Brueggers
- Dine Boston Café
- Dunkin’ Donuts
- Earl of Sandwich
- Sbarro
- Wok & Roll

Consumer Services in Terminal E:
- Travelex Foreign Exchange Booth
- Public Internet Access.
- Internet Kiosks, paid services.
- Paid Wireless Internet Access (WiFi) available throughout Terminal A for use with WiFi-enabled devices such as laptops and PDA’s.
- Hotel Reservation Service
- Rental Car Service

Disabled Facilities: Logan airport launched a program called ADA services that can provide assistants to help passengers with disabilities. Most airlines has skycaps who can assist passengers with curbside check-in. Passenger Service Assistants from the airlines are also available to help customers with disabilities. To request a Passenger Service Assistant ask a skycap or airline personnel at the ticket counter.

Lost and Found: The Airport Lost and Found Office is run by the Massachusetts State Police Troop F and can be reached at (617) 568 -7514. The office is located at 2 Service Road, East Boston (across from the Airport MBTA station)..

Customers that lost property at a security checkpoint can contact. the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at (617) 561-2047. For properties that is lost or left in the aircraft, passengers should contact the airline immediately.

Kidport: Kidport offers comfortable and fun flights waiting in the airport for mothers and young children. Kidports are available in Terminal A and C Logan Airport.

Airlines Lounges:
- Terminal A: Continental Airlines Presidents Club and Delta Airlines Delta Sky Club.

- Terminal B: American Airlines Admirals Club and US Airways US Airways Club.

- Terminal C: Delta Airlines/Air France Delta Airlines Crown Room and United Airlines Red Carpet Club.

- Terminal E: Aer Lingus Gold Circle Lounge, British Airways First Lounge and Terraces lounge, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse Lounge, Lufthansa Senator Lounge, and Northwest Airlines World Club.

Security Check Points: Massport and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are responsible in handling the passengers’ get through the security checkpoint. Passengers should be prepared when approaching the check points. Boarding pass and ID’s should be presented during inspection, the shoes and outer garments might be asked to be removed.

All liquids must be contained in a bottle 3 ounces or less and placed inside a one quart, clear, plastic, zip-top bag. Only one bag per passenger is allowed. There are exceptions for baby food/formula as well as items needed for special medical purposes.



City of Boston: Boston can be considered as the oldest and historical city in the United States. As the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the largest city in New England, it serves as the main social, economic and cultural hub for the region.

Boston earns many nicknames, of which is “The Athens of America”, for its great cultural and intellectual influence. Boston is the home for many outstanding colleges and universities, in addition to that, the famous Harvard and MIT located in nearby Cambridge, boosts the place as the primary center of learning in US. More than 250000 students crowd the city and the suburb.

The economy of the city is mainly supported by education and health services, hi-tech industries and financial services. Biotechnology is growing tremendously. Every sector chips in for the development of Boston as a Global city.

Boston takes pride in its historical background and neighborhoods. Their 62 historic sites are the main attraction for the visitors, supported by hundreds of hotels and over 2000 restaurants. Tourism flourishes in this historical city and around 16 million people visit annually.


Boston History: Before the first European settlers came, Boston area was occupied by Native Americans, and it was called “Shawmut” which means “the land accessible by water”. In 1620s Reverend William Blaxton and his band became the first European decent Bostonians who settled on what is now Boston’s Beacon Hill. In 1630, the Puritans the Protestants religious sect led by John Winthrop, came and settled in Shawmut and renamed it Boston, after their hometown in England.

In 1770s, The British increased the taxes on the colonists and they began to resist. The Crown replied by sending more troops to the colonies. American Revolution took place and Boston played the leading part. Boston obtained city charter in 1822. The city began to prosper and the population grew.


Boston Geography: Boston, the largest city in New England, consists of 48 square miles of land and 41 square miles of water (that makes 46% of total land). The peninsula, upon which the city is located, lies in the confluence of the Charles River and Mystic River. Along with Neponset River, they play important roles for the city as well to give boundaries and separate the city’s areas.

The Greater Boston consists of Boston and its suburbs, such as Winthrop, Everett, Somerville, Brookline, Needham, Canton, Milton and Quincy. In Downtown Boston dwells the towering buildings as the center of business and a complex of federal state and local government building as the Government Center. Boston Common, 50 acres area, the oldest park in the nation and the Public Garden are nearby.

The downtown section, site of the original settlement, fronts on Boston Inner Harbor below the merged estuaries of the Charles, Mystic, and Chelsea rivers. In this area are the towering buildings of the main business district and a complex of federal, state, and local government buildings called Government Center. The Center is in the old Scollay Square area and is probably best known for the City Hall, noted for its contemporary architecture. Nearby are Boston Common, the oldest park in the nation; the Public Garden; and most of Boston's historic buildings.

Historical, expensive and desirable neighborhood Beacon Hill just north of Boston Common holds rows of brick houses from old colonial era with beautiful doors, decorative iron work, brick sidewalks, narrow streets, and gas lamps.

Boston Climate and Weather: Boston has the climate between humid Subtropical and continental climate, which typically has various weather pattern and temperature changes. Summers are usually humid, hot and sunny and the temperature ranges between 22 to 33 degrees C. Winter is cool, bitter and brisk. Snow falls during December to March with the temperature ranges between -9 to 7 degrees C.

Spring months (April and May) and Fall months (September to November) are the best time to visit Boston, temperature will be around 5 to 22 degrees C with occasional rains. Colors of spring and fall will be around to enjoy Boston and New England.

City of Boston General Information:

City of Boston Mayor's Office:
- Address: 1 City Hall Square, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02201-2013
- Tel (617) 635-4500, Fax (617) 635-2851
- Website: www.cityofboston.gov/mayor
- Email: mayor@cityofboston.gov

Boston Police Department:
- Emergencies Only Dial 911
- Boston Police Non-Emergency (617) 343-4200
- Tips on a Crime: Call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-494-TIPS
- Website: www.cityofboston.gov/police
- Email: MediaRelations.bpd@ci.boston.ma.us


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