Boston Logan International (BOS) airport

Boston Logan International (BOS) – Boston’s Magical Entry Point


Boston Logan International (BOS) location is on East Boston within Massachusetts covering an area of about 2384 acres. This international airport is at an advantageous position because of the several domestic and international airlines that operate from the airport.

The BOS airport has six runways. It hosts approximately 30 million passengers annually on transit to several destinations in the United States of America and even beyond the borders. The fact that BOS provides employment to several people is undisputable as sweepers, managing directors, and so forth are part of the airports’ employees. Today, it employs about 18000 employees.

The airport serves as a hub for several airlines such as Delta, Emirates, and even Aer Lingus. It is a primary and secondary hub to other airlines.


BOS has been in existence since September 1923 but was mainly for Army Air Corps of Massachusetts.

Commercial transportation started in 1927 between the cities of Boston and New York. From then onwards there has been continuous developments including construction of the longest runway. Some of the notable historical developments within the airport are the establishment of a nice modern garage, improvement of the car transport system and even employing of more laborers apart from 2009 when more than 400 employees quit.

Nevertheless, the airport had plans of expansion in place and some of the notable ones are construction of a new baggage handling system, and Expansion of Terminal E to cater for overseas flights among others.


The BOS airport hosts several airline carriers with different types of planes but mainly modern in nature. The fleet has a maximum lifespan of 5 years.

Some of the aircrafts operating from this airport are Boeing 747s, and Boeing 747-400. By May 2015, the airport was home to Boeing 737-800, Airbus a330-200, Boeing 757-200, Embraer 190 and Airbus A330-300.  

The largest airline that operates from this airport is the JetBlue Embraer 190 carrier, which flies both domestically and internationally.


BOS airport being one of the busiest airports, has received several acknowledgements and recognition for its services. These awards are to aid the activities of the airport to ensure the best service provisions for its customers and economic development worldwide.

Routes and Destinations

As at early 2015, the Boston Logan International had more than 120 local and international destinations. Some of the destinations, which are international in nature, are Tokyo in Japan, Dublin in Ireland, Amsterdam in Netherlands, Paris in France, Munich in Germany and London in United Kingdom among others.

Notable domestic destinations are Chicago, Washington, New York, San Francisco, Atlanta, Philadephia, Los Angeles, Chalotte, Newark, and Baltimore all in different states within the United States of America.

Why fly from Boston Logan International (BOS)

How to Check-in

This airport has a wide variety of check- in options for their customers and they include:

·         Check- in by logging into the Boston international (BOS) website. The website operates round the clock. You can check in 24 hours prior to departure time and an hour or 60 minutes before departure.

·         One can also check- in personally at the airport to ensure everything is perfect to avoid any inconveniences. This activity starts three and two hours before departure for the international and domestic flights respectively but closes exactly 40 minutes prior to departure.

Baggage and Allowance

The Boston International (BOS) allows free travel of baggage but up to some specifications in terms of weight and the dimensions as well.

When the luggage exceeds the requirements, then the passenger has to pay for what is excess according to the company rules.

For people with disability, they can travel with whatever is necessary for the disability without charges.

Is your cargo huge and delicate? Does it require special handling? The airport, with a special transportation system, has planes purely for carrying cargo as long as the customer meets the cost.


The planes in the airport have seats in classes namely economic and executive. The executive are more spacious and comfortable than the economic seats.  

Booking Fee

The booking fee is never constant as it depends on factors like the class of travel, weather, and distance to destination. Booking is either manual or online depending on the customer needs.

As the New England’s largest airport, the BOS airport surely makes one want to travel to that part of the world. Serving over more than twenty six million passengers annually, this airport is always a beehive of activities. It is true to say that Logan airport is surely a city within a big city. For those with cars, ensure you are familiar with the parking at the airport. This is because it is somewhat complicated. However, you should not be worried because there are many staff in the airport that are always at hand to assist anyone in need.





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 Airport Contact Details

Boston Logan International Airport

Massachusetts Port Authority,
One Harbourside Drive,
Suite 200 South,
East Boston,
MA 02128-2909,

Tel:+1 (0)617 5611800


 Location Details

Longitude:71° 0' 19'' W
Latitude:42° 21' 54'' N

 Airport Location

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