Compare cheap options for short stay & long term parking at Logan Airport
GETTING TO BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
As the largest airport in the New England region, Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) features a number of short-haul and long-haul international flight options. BOS is a hub for Delta Airlines as well as a focus city for JetBlue
Located just a few miles from the city center, it is easy to get in and out of Logan International in a hurry. Travelers can choose from a variety of transportation options, including private cars, taxis, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Blue and Silver lines, regional bus services, ferries, and shuttles. The Logan Express transports travelers from all four terminals to various locations in the Back Bay, Braintree, Framingham, Peabody, and Woburn.
Boston Logan International Airport is welcoming to taxis, rideshare services, and various shuttle operations. When arriving by vehicle, BOS is accessible via Exit 26 of the Massachusetts Turnpike. If traveling from the south, drivers on I-93 can connect to the MassPike east, through the Ted Williams Tunnel and then proceed to exit 26 to reach Logan International. From the north, travelers on I-93 should use the Callahan Tunnel, Route 1A North, for the most direct access. Callahan Tunnel is also used for vehicles arriving from most parts of downtown Boston, Back Bay, and Fenway Park.
The MBTA is the most economical way to get to BOS. Known by locals as the "T", this train serves BOS and the entire Boston metropolitan area. The Blue Line Subway offers the most convenient service via the Orange Line at State Street Station. This line provides the fastest and most direct service to and from areas such as downtown Boston, Back Bay, Boston College, Brookline, Fenway Park, Newton, and Northeastern University.
The Silver Line Route SL1 bus rapid transit service provides direct transport to and from the South Station Rail & Bus Terminal at no cost. From here, travelers can find connections to Commuter Rail, Amtrak, and the Red Line. This station is easily accessible from various parts of the city, including downtown Boston, Cambridge and Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, and MIT.
PARKING AT BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
The Boston Logan International Airport parking system is vast, offering a myriad of flexible options regardless of if you are looking for short-term, long-term, or extended stay availability. The Central Parking Garage delivers convenient access to all of the terminals and is accessible through the covered walkways and moving sidewalks. Travelers can also choose from many options in Terminal B and Terminal E garages.
BOS parking in the Central Parking Garage and the Terminal B and E garages run $8 for the first hour of parking. Rates then begin trending upward to a maximum of $38 for a 24-hour period. An optional guaranteed parking program called Parking PASSport Gold gives frequent fliers the peace of mind that they will always have a spot.
For a more affordable option for Boston Logan International long term parking, be sure to consider the on-site Economy Parking Lot. Travelers can park at this lot for a rate of $29 per 24 hours. While it is not within walking distance of the terminal, a free shuttle provides transportation to and from the lot at intervals of every 15-20 minutes and is available 24 hours per day.
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GETTING AROUND INSIDE BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Boston Logan International Airport is organized into four passenger terminals, labeled A, B, C, and E with over 102 gates. Complimentary Wi-Fi is offered throughout the entirety of the airport, making it easy to stay connected while waiting for your flight.
Boston's foodie scene extends to its airport, featuring a smorgasbord of local favorites.
Seafood lovers will appreciate the fresh offerings at the popular Legal Sea Foods locations. Boston's beer scene is alive and well in BOS with outposts at the Harpoon Tap Room and the Sam Adams Brewhouse. The Boston Bruins bar is a fun place to hang with locals and get a bite to eat when a big game is going on. For a more premium experience, be sure to stop by the Dine Boston Restaurant, serving up lunch and dinner in a refined setting.
Located in Terminal B, the Kidport area is a fun place for kids to get out their wiggles before boarding the flight. Other services that BOS offers its passengers are hydration stations, nursing rooms, shoe shines, currency exchanges, and pet relief areas. When looking for that perfect Boston-inspired gift, be sure to check out the retail offerings at New England Collections. In addition to the various souvenir stores, BOS also features a myriad of high-end retailers and travel necessity shops.
If you need to get some rest prior to your flight, the Hilton Boston Logan Airport is located on airport premises and is easily accessible via the sky bridge from Terminals A and E. For a quiet place to reflect, consider a visit to the 9/11 Memorial or the Our Lady of the Airways non-denominational chapel.