About Boston Logan Airport
General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (airport code: BOS) is located in Boston, Massachusetts. It covers 2,384 acres, has six runways, and employs about 16,000 people. Logan is the 19th busiest airport in the United States.
Boston Logan Airport Facts
- Boston Airport as Logan was originally named, opened on September 8, 1923
- In 1943 Boston Airport was renamed General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport after a Spanish-American War officer from South Boston.
- JetBlue Airways has become its largest carrier by 2011.
- In 2011, Logan Airport served an all-time high of 28,800,000 passengers.
- Between 2003 and 2005, the Boise Airport was remodeled.
- The Boise Airport was ranked fourth in passenger satisfaction by the J.D. Power and Associates 2004.
Boston Logan Airport Top Destinations
- (ORD) Chicago O'Hare, American, JetBlue, Spirit, United
- (ATL) Atlanta, Delta, AirTran
- (DCA) Reagan National, JetBlue, US Airways
- (SFO) San Francisco, JetBlue, United, Virgin America
- (BWI) Baltimore, Delta, AirTran, JetBlue, Southwest
- (JFK) New York-JFK, American, Delta, JetBlue
- (CLT) Charlotte, JetBlue, US Airways
- (LAX) Los Angeles, American, JetBlue, United, Virgin America
- (DFW) Dallas Ft. Worth, American, JetBlue, Spirit
- (PHL) Philadelphia, US Airways