Terminal B to C connector at Logan Airport

Massport is working on futuristic traffic management and user experience boosting infrastructural changes. The construction will be completed in late 2021. When this is ready, travelers at Boston International Airport will be able to change terminals post-security checking.

Terminal C is also under a massive up-gradation and optimization process. 

How Travelers will benefit from this Massport initiative?

  • One consolidated security check zone.
  • Option for travelers to commute between Terminal C and Terminal B post-security check.
  • Renovated public spaces pre and post-security.
  • Better food and retail facilities.
  • Renovations to four existing aircraft gates.

Timing & Costs:

Project Capital: $200 million
Project Start: Fall 2019
Project Completion: Fall 2021

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Logan Airport Introduces New Ride-Share Plan to JetBlue and Delta

Boston’s Logan International Airport is finally introducing the long-discussed ride-share pickup changes.

The changes will see the current Uber and Lyft pickup lots moving from specific areas near each terminal to a centralised location built inside the airport’s Central Parking Garage.

Passengers passing through Terminal A and C will see the difference first because of the two terminals serving both JetBlue and Delta

Massport, on Friday, announced a timeline for when the switch will take place.

Starting Monday, October 28, passengers travelling through Terminal A and C, who are planning on using pickup services such as Uber or Lyft, will be picked up at Central Parking Garage.

Boston Logan International Airport control tower

Terminal A receives Delta and JetBlue, while Terminal C serves JetBlue, Aer Lingus, Silver Airways, Cape Air and TAP. 

From November 4, passengers arriving through Terminal B and E, If they plan on using Uber or Lyft, will be picked up at Central Parking Garage as well.

Terminal B serves American Airlines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and Boutique Air, and Terminal E serves all international airlines and all international arrivals in addition to a handful of domestic flights.

On Monday, November 11, all ride-share drop-offs between a timeline of 4 a.m to 10 a.m will move from the upper-level departure curbs to lower level terminal curbs. 

On December 11, Logan Airport is also planning to move all ride-share drop-offs to the central Parking Garage, unless they are between 4 a.m to 10 a.m.

The Logan Airport officials pushed for the changes to alleviate the situation of traffic congestion during peak hours.