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Airlines Serving Boston Logan International Airport

Twenty-six airlines fly in and out of Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). These airlines move approximately 28 million passengers a year, averaging 924 flights per day.

Most international Airlines operate out of Terminal E. Aer Lingus flies to various destinations in the United Kingdom, as well as major cities in 11 European countries, with Dublin as the most popular destination. Air France transports approximately 390,000 passengers between Logan and Paris each year. Alitalia predominately flies to and from Rome. British Airways transports some of the nearly 1 million passengers flying between Logan and London each year. Iberia airlines services Spain, other cities in Europe, and selected destinations in Africa and the Middle East. Icelandair flies between Boston and Iceland and from there to major European destinations. Japan Airlines offers direct flights to Tokyo. Lufthansa transports approximately 143,000 passengers to Munich from Logan each year. Porter Airlines has several flights to Toronto leaving Logan every day. SATA flies to Portugal. Sun Country flies to destinations in the Caribbean. Swiss predominately flies between Boston and Zurich. Virgin Atlantic has flights to London.

Additionally international arrivals for domestic carriers American, JetBlue, and US Airways land in Terminal E. A few domestic carriers operate all flights out of Terminal E. The discount airline AirTran is one of these, flying to Atlanta, Baltimore, and Milwaukee. Southwest flies to Chicago, Denver, Nashville, and Baltimore.

Air Canada is the one international airline not in Terminal E. It operates out of Terminal B and flies to all Canadian destinations as well as major international destinations via Canada.

Logan is a focus airport for JetBlue, located in Terminal C, meaning it operates non-stop flights out of this airport. Destinations include Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and Charlotte.

Other major domestic carriers flying through Logan are: Alaska Airlines (Terminal A) which flies predominately through New York and Chicago; American (Terminal B) which flies mostly through Chicago and New York, but also offers direct flights to Los Angeles; Delta (Terminal A) which offers several flights to Atlanta each day, and also Raleigh, Memphis, Detroit, Minneapolis, and Cincinnati; United (Terminal A) with direct flights to San Francisco and Los Angeles; and US Airways (Terminal B) flying to Philadelphia, Charlotte, and Washington, D.C.

Other domestic carriers include PenAir and Spirit. Additionally, Logan is a hub for Cape Air, which services Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.

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