About Boston Airport in America

The General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport or if we want to keep it short, Boston International Airport or Logan International Airport, is situated in the East Boston neighbourhood of Boston, Massachusetts. It covers 965 hectares, and has six runways.

The airport is a focus city for JetBlue Airways and a hub for Delta Air Lines, Cape Air and Pen Air. US Airways also carry out many services from this airport. All of the major US air carriers offer flights from Boston to the vast majority of their primary and secondary hubs. It is also a destination for many major airlines from Europe.

The airport also offers numerous services to other destinations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean Islands, the Cape Verde Islands, Panama, Europe, and Asia. Recently, Boston International Airport has seen experienced fast growth in international traffic, with new routes are being added by airlines such as Emirates, Japan Airlines and Hainan Airlines, and an increase in traffic from existing routes to Europe.

The airports Shuttle provides service between all terminals, to the Airport Station on the Blue Line, and the newly opened Rental Car Centre as well as additional services to the water transportation dock located on Harborside Drive. Limousine pickup is also available at the airport. The state of Massachusetts regulations prohibit taxis from picking up fares at any location other than the designated taxi stands located at the curb side on the lower levels of the terminals.

Both Hilton and Hyatt operate hotels within the airport grounds near Terminal A. The Hyatt property overlooks downtown Boston and Boston Harbor. To address Boston International Airports overcrowding, two other out of state airports have also been claimed as Boston's, which ate the Manchester Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire, and Worcester Regional Airport, Massachusetts.