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Stepped-up measures, changes at Logan Airport

Logan changes
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Before leaving:

  • Confirm flight information with your airline before departing, as any flight information printed on existing tickets may no longer be valid.
  • Parking at Logan will be limited now due to the indefinite closure of the Terminal B garage, and part of Central Parking, making use of public transportation a necessity. Logan offers a variety of ground transportation options. For more information, call 800-23-LOGAN, or TTY, 800-262-333.

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    To and From

  • The Logan Express bus service runs from Braintree, Framingham, Woburn, and Peabody.
  • The Logan Dart bus service runs from the financial district to the airport via the Ted Williams Tunnel.
  • The Airport Water Shuttle offers boat service between Logan and Rowes Wharf, 617-330-8680.
  • The Harbor Express boat service runs from Quincy Shipyard to Logan, 617-376-8417.
  • City water taxi on-call boat; service is available at various points around Boston Harbor, 617-422-0392.
  • MBTA's Blue Line train service, with free shuttle bus service, runs from the Airport MBTA station and all Logan Terminals, 617-222-3200.
  • Taxi service will continue to run to and from Logan Airport.

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    At the airport

  • Curbside parking will not be allowed. No parking will be allowed within 300 feet of a terminal. Pick-up and dropoff is discouraged.
  • Curbside check-in has been discontinued for all flights.
  • Proper identification is always required: a valid driver's license or other identification for domestic flights; passport for international. Please check these requirements with your airline or travel agent before you arrive at the airport.
  • Arrive well in advance of your flight time a minimum of two hours for all flights.
  • Only ticketed passengers will be allowed through checkpoints.
  • Knives of any type, regardless of blade length or composition, will not be allowed through security. This includes pocket knives, key chain knives, and retractable blades.
  • Be aware of all behavior and comments, as you are traveling through a high-security area.
  • Public service representatives are available throughout the terminals to assist with any questions.

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