Boston Logan Airport is located east of the city, is one of the 20 busiest airports in the United States with more than 26 million passengers annually and is the largest in New England. The airport has 4 (four) terminals, connected by bus or within walking distance. The terminals are A, C, E which have a single building, while terminal B is divided into north and south. The only one with immigration and customs controls is terminal E, so all international flights including eg. those of Alitalia, Air France and British Airways arrive at this terminal.
TRANSFER TO AND FROM LOGAN AIRPORT
Metro and bus
The subway and bus to and from Boston Logan Airport are operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation authority (better known as MBTA or simply "T").
The SL1 (Silver line route) from the airport goes to South Station via the World Trade Center and Courthouse stations. It is direct and will take you to and from any terminal.
The Blue Line: from the airport you need to take the free "Massport Shuttle" bus (running 24h) that leads to the "Airport Station" metro station, from here the blue metro line is available, running from 6 to 24.30 all days.
MBTA Harbor Express (bus + boat)
It is also possible to reach the center of Boston by water: just take the free Route 66 bus which is located outside the arrivals area of any terminal and leads to the Logan pier in about 15 minutes; from here you can take the boat that takes you directly to downtown Boston in about 7 minutes.
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