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Logan Express offers families deep discounts over April vacation

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  April 9, 2013 11:04 AM

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In an effort to lessen demand on Logan Airport parking during the upcoming April school vacation, the Massachusetts Port Authority is offering Logan Express discounts that could save as much as $140 for the week.

When accompanied by an adult, children 17 and under can ride Logan Express free, while adults will pay half-off the normal round-trip fare. Consider that a family of four traveling for a seven-day April vacation, roundtrip Logan Express service, including parking, will cost $44. At Logan’s central garage, the cost would be $189; $108 for economy parking.

Massport is also offering a special Logan Express parking rate of $22 April 10-26. Logan Express provides bus service every half hour between Logan Airport and Woburn, Braintree and Framingham, and hourly service between Logan and Peabody. Buses will be added to meet the anticipated increase in demand and maintain the posted schedule.

“April school vacation is always a busy time at the airport, and is the single busiest week for parking, as families escape the last vestiges of winter,” Massport’s director of aviation, Edward C. Freni said. “With increased demand for on-airport parking, Logan Express is not only an easy and cost effective option for families, this year it is a must. If you haven’t tried the service before give it a try and leave the driving to us.”

For more information, visit www.massport.com/logan/getti_typeo_logan.html

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