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Boston Logan BOS Airport Terminal Map

Main Terminal / Concourses at Boston Logan BOS Airport

Terminal layout, Getting Around, International Arrivals & Connecting, Terminal Details, & Airport/ Airline Lounges:

The passenger terminal complex at Boston Logan International includes four passenger terminals - TA, TB, TC & TE
(TE is the 'Volpe Terminal') - surrounding the Central Parking Garage in a semi-circle. Its northern-most terminal is TE; connected to TE to the east is TC, and connected to the south of TC is TB - while TA (west of Terminal B) is separate - connected via walkway to TB & TE.  TB is surrounded by the TB Parking garage, and has a North & South Pier /Concourse. Moving walkways connect all four terminals to the Central Garage.  TE has its own parking garage.  TA has a connector to the Logan Office Center.   The Rental Car Center has its own exit from Route I-90.

Getting Around:  There are no post-security transfers between terminals. However, you can either use the walkways or the free shuttles:
1. TA's ground level has a walkway to opposite Terminal E /TE (passing the hotel at left) and to the two parking facilities.
2. Free Shuttle Buses are running between all terminals, the Airport station, the Economy parking lot & the water shuttle dock:
Bus 11 serves all terminals;  Bus 22 serves TA, TB & subway station; Bus 33 serves TC, TE & subway station; Bus 55 runs off-peak hours between all terminals & subway station; (e) Bus 88 serves between all terminals & Economy Lot, 24/7. 
3. If arriving at Airport Station via Blue Subway Line, take the free shuttle bus to your terminal.

International Arrivals & connecting to other terminals:
Unless you have gone through US customs clearance by participating airports, you will arrive at TE, where you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag . 
If you need to connect to another flight you can either take the shuttle bus Routes 11 or 55 or  walk to your connecting terminal.  If walking to TA: use TE's level 3 bridge to TA (5-7 mins);  if walking to TB: proceed to TC, Level 2, then use walkway to TB (7-10 mins); if walking to TC: stay left, follow signs (2-5 mins.).
1. While American Airlines uses Terminal E for internatinal arrivals only, it uses Terminal B for all of its other flights;
2. While Delta Air Lines uses Terminal E for international arivals only, it uses Terminal A for all of its other flights; also Delta Shuttle to LaGuardia uses TA.
3. While US Airways uses Terminal E for its international arrivals only, it uses Terminal B for all other flights; also US Airways Express & US Airways Shuttle to LaGuardia & Wash.D.C. use Terminal B.
4. While JetBlue Airways uses Terminal E for its international arrivals only, it uses erminal C for all of its other flights.


Terminal A of Boston Logan is presently served by Alaska, Delta (except international arrivals), Delta Shuttle to LGA, & Sun Country. 
TA is divided into a main terminal with departure gates A1-A12 and the A Satellite with gates A13-A22, both of which are connected via underground walkway.   There is also a walkway between the ground level of the main terminal, right side, and the parking garage, the Hilton Hotel, and Terminal E & its garage.

Terminal B of Boston Logan is currently served (a) at the US Airways side by Air Canada  /Air Canada Express, PenAir, Spirit, US Airways (except international arrivals), US Airways Express & US Airways Shuttle (to LaGaurdia & D.C.);  (b) at United Connector by United & United Express; (c) at American Airline Side: by American (except international arrivals) & Virgin America. 
After completion of the new & renovated 162,800 sq.ft section of Terminal B  (adding 24 new ticket counters, 8 new departure lounges, new concession space & new baggage carousel and 10 more gates), and connecting both sides of TB at post-security by a walkway - United Airlines moved into TB. There is now one consolidated security checkpoint for all B gates.  The terminal has two levels :
Level 1 of TB - the Arrivals/Baggage claim level, is divided into North & South buildings, connected by 2 separate walkways, with all means of transportation options stationed between them. The south side has baggage claims A & B at east, & C & D at west, with a meeting point & info counter in the center.  The north side has baggage claims D, E & F at east, & C & B at west. 
Level 2 of TB - the check-in/ Departures level, surrounds the u-shaped access road & its 3 parking facilities in the center.  This level has outside passenger dropoff points on (a) the North side for Virgin America, American Airlines & United; (b) the South side for Air Canada, Spirit, US Airways, PenAir & US Airways Shuttle.
The South side of level 2 has airline counters  for Air Canada, Spirit & US Airways with security check in the center to gates B4-B13, to the right to gates B1-B3, and to the left to gates B15-B19.
The North Side of level 2 has airline counters for Virgin America & American to the left, with security check in the center airline counter for United at right end.   The main Security check in the center leads to gates gates B37, B38 (left end) B30-36 (center) and to gates B29-15 (United gates) to the left..
The new AIRMALL Boston - located in the Terminal B connector, is a shopping & dinining destination 'like no other'.

Terminal C of Boston Logan is presently served by Cape Air & JetBlue (except international arrivals). and houses the USO Lounge in the baggage claim area on the lower level. It now has one 12-lane consolidated checkpoint (right behind the JetBlue ticket counter) for JetBlue and Cape Air gates. The gate area has to the left gates C11-20; to the right are two gateways to gates C25-36 and to C40-42. The Gate area inludes the United Club.

Terminal E (the Volpe International Terminal) of Boston Logan is currently served by the following airlines:  Aer Lingus, Air France, Air Tran,  Alitalia, American (only international arrivals), British, Copa, Delta (only international arrivals), Emirates, Hainan, Iberia, Icelandair, Japan, Jet Blue (only internatinal arrivals), Lufthansa, PeopleExpress, Porter, SATA (Azoress Express), Southwest, Swiss, TACV, Turkish, US Airways (only international arrivals) & Virgin Atlantic.
Gates E2a through E8b are straight ahead, while gates E1a through E1e are at the lower right end. 
Terminal E has on the ground level Arrivals and Customs, and on level 2 the passport control & Federal Inspection Station (able to process 2,000 passengers/hr). All ticket counters and its 13 gates are shared among the international carriers - other than by Southwest.   
A virtual avatar named 'Carla', with the likeness of a customer representative, will explain in either English or Spanish, the intricacies of getting around and what to do at checkpoints. Currency exchange is near gates 5 & 6.
Between TE & opposite TA is a walkway, leading through the parking facilities.

Airport & Airline Lounges at Boston Logan Airport:

Terminal A:  Delta's Sky Club in the satellite on level 3.
Terminal B: The North pier houses the American Airlines' Admirals Club at departure gates B22-B38, divided into two groups. The South pier houses the US Airways Club at gates B1-B21, divided into 3 groups, connected by walkway at post-security.  There is also a United Club at or near gats B29-15.
Terminal C: United's Red Carpet Club.
Terminal E: British Airways' First & Terraces lounges; the Air France lounge; Lufthansa's Senator & Business lounges, Aer ingus' Gold Circle lounge and Virgin Atlantic's Clubhouse lounge.

Boston Logan BOS Airport

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Walk Route

Enter walkway on right, take one of two entries for Terminal B depending on gate (1st for gates 1-21, 2nd for gates 22-38)
Walk Time: 7 min

Through Security? Yes

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