Whether you’re flying for business or pleasure, when there’s a trip to Boston’s Logan International Airport on your itinerary, the thought of dealing with unpredictable traffic and following complicated directions to get there can be stressful.
Thankfully our region’s largest international airport has many options available to travelers looking for the ideal answer to the often-frustrating question: How do I get to Logan?
For vacationers and business travelers alike, there’s almost no better way to get to Logan than by bus. For starters, the hassle-free experience of most bus service today is second to none. The buses do all the work for you, shuttling you from the bus terminal to airport terminal while you enjoy the ride.
Many buses and bus routes will drop you off and pick you up at your airline terminal, so you don’t have to rush around trying to find your transportation. This means less time and energy spent hauling suitcases all over airports, terminals, or parking lots – you will always know exactly where you need to go to catch your ride.
To make your travel even easier, we have created a brand new, detailed map of all bus stop locations at Logan Airport. This easy-to-use resource shows you all scheduled stops for departing buses, helping to improve your travel planning accuracy and saving you time and stress.
For travelers north of the city looking to ride the bus, the following lines are easy and convenient options:
- Concord, NH to/from Boston & Logan Airport
- Berlin, NH & Conway, NH to/from Boston & Logan Airport
- Littleton, NH & Plymouth, NH to/from Boston & Logan Airport
- Midcoast Maine to/from Boston & Logan Airport
- Bangor, ME, Augusta, ME, & L-A to/from Boston & Logan Airport
- Portland, ME to/from Boston & Logan Airport
The MBTA has multiple train routes that can get you to and from Logan Airport with a transfer. For those who live beyond the reach of the T, the commuter rail is an airport transportation option.
If you’re traveling from the north, there are four commuter rail lines that come into North Station. From there, it’s a trip on the Orange Line to State Street, where you will transfer to the Blue Line which brings you directly to the airport. The commuter rail lines you should be looking for are:
For those coming from south of the city, your options on the commuter rail are a bit more direct. Take the train to South Station, where you can hop on the Silver Line 1 which serves all airport terminals. Commuter rail lines that end at South Station include:
Another option, although a pricey one, is to drive yourself to the airport. Logan has parking available on site, but there are also off-site parking options available.
On-site parking is available for short-term or extended stay and is offered at economy or premium rates.
Premium parking options at Logan include the Central Parking Garage, Terminal B parking and Terminal E parking. The rates for these parking options depends on length of stay, with rates currently at the following levels:
- First Hour: $7
- 1 – 2 hours: $19
- 2 – 3 hours: $24
- 3 – 4 hours: $28
- 4 – 7 hours: $32
- 7 – 24 hours: $35
- 1 Day & 0-6 hours: $53
- 1 Day & 6-24 hours: $70
- Each Additional Day: $35
- Additional Day 0-6 hours: $18
Economy parking options at Logan include the Economy Parking Garage, located minutes from the terminals. They offer a complimentary shuttle if you park there and will drop you at your terminal. Rates for economy parking are as follows:
- First hour: $7
- 1 – 2 hours: $18
- 2 – 3 hours: $20
- 3 – 4 hours: $23
- 4 – 24 hours: $26
- 1 Day & 0-6 hours: $39
- 1 Day & 6-24 hours: $52
- Each Additional Day: $26
- Additional Day 0-6 hours: $13
A less expensive airport parking option is to use an off-site, third-party valet and parking company. You can reserve your space ahead of time, and these services valet park your car in one of their many lots and offer shuttle service to the terminals. When you return, they will pick you up and have your car waiting for you at their headquarters. Some park and shuttle options near Logan Airport are: