How to get to Boston Logan International Airport
You can drive to Boston Logan International Airport from the west and south via Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), following Ted Williams Tunnel through to exit 26. Or, from the north, drive through Route I-93 South to exit 24B and onto the Callahan Tunnel and Route1A travelling towards Logan.
There are rental car companies at the airport, as well as parking. However, parking can be expensive.
You can flag down a taxi in the street in Boston but look for the medallion on the taxi that states that it's a certified taxi by the city of Boston.
Alternatively, you can get a taxi from a taxi stand, call a taxi from your phone or get the person(s) in charge of your accommodation to recommend/order a taxi for you.
The Subway, also known as the 'T' is a great, cheap option to get to the airport. Boston Logan International Airport can be accessed by the MBTA Blue Line.
MBTA Silver Line SL1 is a free bus route than travels between Logan Airport and Boston's South Station (Financial District). It's easy to get bus and rail connections to other parts of the city from Boston's South Station.
By water taxi or ferry
Water taxis and ferries travel to Boston Logan International Airport from downtown Boston and Quincy and Hull on the South Shore.
By airport shuttle
The Logan Express provides a park-and-ride service to the airport from the following destinations:
- Back Bay