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Everything You Need to Know About Logan Airport

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If you live in Boston, you are sure to be familiar with the Logan International Airport. It’s the largest airport in New England and can be very busy. The airport is a hub for Delta Airlines, Cape Air, and PenAir as well as a focus city for JetBlue. Logan receives a large number of flights from international destinations as well, including Asia, Europe, Canada, Middle East, and South America.

At Be Driven, we offer Logan transportation to ensure that you get to the location on time to catch your flight. Logan is one of the easiest airports to get to but it that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared. Here are some things you need to know about Logan.

Terminals

Logan has four terminals named A, B, C, E and all of them are slightly different. The airport provides internal shuttle transportation to connect the terminals so passengers can catch the connecting flights easily.

  • Terminal A – This terminal is divided into the main terminal and a satellite building. The former has housing gates A1 to A11 while the later has housing gates A13 to A22.
  • Terminal B – The terminal is divided into north and south buildings. The south building gates are divided into three parts, including B1–B3, B4–B14 and B15–B19. The north building gates are divided into B20–B36 and B37–B38. Each group of gates serves different airline companies so it’s easy to determine where you want to go. The North and South buildings are connected via a walkway in order to be easy to move around in this terminal.
  • Terminal C – It has four groups of gates and they are C8-C10, C11–C21, C25–C36, and C40–C42. This terminal regularly serves JetBlue, Aer Lingus, Emirates, Cape Air, Alaska Airlines, TAP Portugal, Sun Country, and Virgin.
  • Terminal E – The gates from terminal D were annexed into terminal E. This building has a total of 12 gates of which 2 are under reconstruction. The functional gates include E1-E10 while E11 and E12 are closed.

Accessibility

All of these gates provide easy access to Logan transportation, especially Terminal A. It’s not uncommon for you to see limos drop off or pick up people from this terminal. Other terminals also allow livery easy access so you shouldn’t hesitate to book on for your trip.

To know about Logan transportation, you can contact us at Be Driven. Just fill in this contact us form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. If you require an immediate response, give us a call at 1 800 233 7483.


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