Boston International Airport (IATA code BOS) is officially named General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport and is situated in the district of East Boston, in Massachusetts, United States. The airport has six runways and is a base for the JetBlue Airways, while further offering many flights of Delta Air Lines and US Airways. Logan Airport covers services to many destinations in the United States, Canada, Africa, Europe, Mexico and the Caribbean and handles more than 27 million passengers each year. Since the beginning of year 2010, the airport is accepting Airbus A380. General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport has four terminals and 103 gates. All the terminals are connected by shuttle buses and some have moving walkways. There are many options to reach the airport and the city of Boston which is less than 5 km away in northeastern direction, which include regional bus services, the special Blue and Silver metro lines, water bus service, cars and taxis, limousines and vans, etc. The available onsite airport facilities include a conference center and business facilities, access for the disabled travellers, parking zones for short- and long-term stay, offices of the main car rental companies. In addition there are many ATM machines, bank offices, restaurants and cafes, bars, shops, duty-free zone at Terminals B and E, as well as medical center. There are also several hotels set within two kilometers away from the airport, serviced by shuttle buses. 

Latitude 42
Longitude 71
Full name Boston
Alternative names General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport
Address 1 Harborside Drive, Suite 200S, Boston, Massachusetts 02128-2909, United States
Phone 1 800 235 6426
Owner Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport)