Local transport


There is a subway link (MBTA Blue Line) that connects Boston to the subway station Airport, from this station, there are shuttle buses to the terminals.

Car, bus and boat

Boston Logan Airport is located 6 kilometers to the northeast of Boston. From the west and south, take Turnpike East, which leads directly to the airport via the Ted Williams tunnel. From the north of the city there are two options: via the I-93 through the Callahan tunnel, or via the I-95, follow the signs to 1A South Logan International Airport.

A speed link bus (Silver Line SL1) connects the airport with South Station in Boston. There, you can switch to the subway or take the Greyhound and Peter Pan buses to southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

In addition, there are shuttle buses to Logan Dock, where a ferry will take you to Boston Waterfront, MBTA Harbor Express (tel: +1(0) 617-222-3200).

Car rental - Boston Logan International Airport

There are seven car rental companies with offices at the airport: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty. You can also book a car in advance at EasyTerra, which offers a comparison of several providers.


There are taxis at all the terminals. Up to a distance of 12 miles, taxis use a meter, after that, a fixed rate of $2.60 per mile applies, also, there is a $2.25 surcharge. The harbor tunnel toll is $5.25. A taxi ride to the center of Boston costs between $20.00 and $45.00.

Airport Parking

At the busiest terminal (B), there is a car park, with an hourly rate of $3.00 or a daily rate of $24.00, these rates also apply to the Central Parking Garage and the parking area at terminal D. Long-term parking (Economy Parking) costs $18.00 a day or $108.00 a week. There is a shuttle bus to the terminals every twenty minutes.

The airport's website contains up-to-date information regarding available parking facilities. For more information about parking (tel: +1(0) 617-561-1673).