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Boston Logan International Airport Information

Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the largest and busiest airports in the United States. When it opened in 1923, folks knew it as Boston Airport or Jeffrey Field. In the beginning, it was a military airport owned by the military. In 1928, the Massachusetts Legislature received the ownership from the military. Over time, the airport received commercial and passenger flights and began to grow. It annexed land around it to furnish the growth that it was experiencing. It was renamed the General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport back in 1943. Logan International expanded again and received more national and international flights. It went through a vast remodel starting in 1996 to modernize the airport. It was finished in 2006. Over 28 million people were served by Logan International Airport in 2011.

Six runways serve Logan International Airport. They are all made of asphalt with the newest one made in 2006. The shortest runway is 2,557 feet, which is one of the shortest runways at a major airport in America. Two runways are over 10,000 feet.

There are four terminals that serve Logan International and they are Terminals A, B, C and E. Terminal A, which opened in 2005, is a main terminal in the airport. Terminal B was built in 1974 and received many small renovations and improvements over the course of 20 years. Built in 1967, Terminal C received a few renovations throughout the years. John A. Volpe International Terminal, which is known as Terminal E, serves the international flights at Boston Logan International.

Logan International Airport has many parking options for folks. Whether one desires to stay less than an hour to pick-up a friend or relative to someone who plans to park their vehicle for a fortnight, Boston Logan has the right parking options for each person. The airport has a cell phone lot for drivers who just want to pick up some friends or relatives. The lot is free and is easy to find. For people who prefer a longer stay parking, they have several options whether it be in Central Parking Garage, Terminal E Parking Lots, Economy Parking or Terminal B Garage.

For adults with children, Kidport is a play area for their kids to run off energy. Kidports are in Terminal A and C. In addition to this, the airport has rocking chairs for pregnant and nursing mothers.

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