Logan International Airport
Logan International Airport lies on the eastern outskirts of Boston in Winthrop town in Massachusetts State, United States of America. The airport code is BOS.
Established in 1923 under the name of Jeffery Field, the airport was used for military purposes until first commercial flights four years later. Later it was renamed in honor of outstanding American general Edward Lawrence Logan.
More than 30 air carriers provide scheduled service. Passengers may board the aircrafts bounded for Europe (British Airways, Lufthansa, Alitalia and Swiss), Asia (Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Japan Airlines) and America.
The airport boasts four terminals linked by shuttle buses, six runways and parking area for airport taxi Logan International Airport. The parking rates for private vehicles and taxi to Logan International Airport starts from 20$ per economy parking day and 29$ per regular. Passengers may take their time at various eateries and cafes (McDonalds, KFC, Papa John). The closest accommodation is offered by Hilton Boston Hotel and Ramada Hotel reachable by airport taxi Logan International Airport.
Public buses, metro trains and taxi can reach Boston Logan airport. Buses 448 and 459 link airport with downtown Boston (25 minutes) while passengers must take taxi Logan International Airport to get to the Boston subway (20 minutes). Cheap taxi stand can be found in front of terminal. The regular fare for taxi from Logan International Airport starts from 25$, duration of taxi service trip is no more than 15 minutes.