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Boston Airport Guide
TRANSFER BETWEEN TERMINALS
A complimentary shuttle bus service links the terminals, the airport
subway station, the Water Transportation Terminal and satellite
From the North Shore, follow I-95 to Route 1 South (Saugus). Stay on
Route 1 and continue until the exit for Route 60 (Logan Airport).
From Northern and Western Massachusetts, or from South Shore/Cape
Cod, head for I-93 and continue into Boston until you see signs for
the Callahan Tunnel/Logan Airport exit (exit 24).
Short- and long-term parking is available at the central car park,
connected to Terminals B, C, D and E via pedestrian bridges or
elevated moving walkways. The Terminal B car park, which serves
Loganís busiest terminal, also offers short- and long-term parking.
Long-term economy parking is also available in a remote location,
connected to the terminals by a free 24-hour shuttle bus.
Major car rental companies, including Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar,
Enterprize, Hertz, National and Thrifty, operate at the airport.
Telephones to contact these agencies are available in Terminal C and
E. There are car hire desks in the American Airlines side of Terminal
B, while the US Airways side has car hire telephones.
Water: The Water Transportation Bus Service is a courtesy bus service
(route no.66) running from all airport terminals to the Logan dock
and the MBTA Airport Station. There are water shuttles, catamarans
and water taxis from Logan dock to downtown Boston Harbor. The T
Harbor Express has numerous daily connections from Logan dock to Long
Wharf, and the Quincy and Hull on the South Shore. Rail: Underground:
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) operate routes to/from
Logan airport. Take the MBTA Blue Line at Airport Station for
connections to destinations within Boston; a free shuttle bus service
links the station to the terminals. Train: Commuter Rail train
services serving New England leave from South Station and North
Station in Boston. Road: Taxi: Taxis are available at all terminals
24 hours. Bus: MBTA bus nos.448, 459 and CT3 serve the airport and
various locations in Boston, including stations. Bus services are
also available from a number of private bus lines covering the New
England area; the airportís website has contact details for these
companies. Logan Express offers a frequent express bus service from
Braintree to the south shore, Framingham to the west, and Woburn to
the north; buses stop at all terminals.
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