Boston Logan Airport Parking - Car Rental - Airport Hotel
Discover the options for parking at Boston Logan International Airport. Learn about short-term and long-term options, park and fly Boston lots and if there are hotels offering park, sleep and fly Boston packages.
Boston Logan International Airport comprises four airport terminals, each is connected to the central parking garage using moving covered walkways. With far more than 10 million passengers using the airport every year, you'll be pleased with the easy-to-navigate parking system.
Finding Your Way to Boston Logan International Airport
Boston Logan International Airport is located right on the bay. The convenient location is right off the I-90 (Mass Turnpike) and ample signage leads you easily to both General Edward Lawrence Boston Logan International Airport terminals and parking areas. Reach the I-90 from Route 1, Route 3 and the I-93.
For clear directions, enter the BOS airport's address, 1 Harborside Drive, into your GPS or favorite online map service, such as Google Maps or MapQuest. Additionally, the airport added Airport Wayfinder videos (http://massport.airportwayfinder.com) to help you pinpoint Boston Logan International parking and terminal locations.
Parking at Boston Logan International Airport
You have four on-site parking options at BOS airport.
- Central Parking Garage
- Economy Parking
- Terminal B Garage
- Terminal E Parking Lots
Daily rates for parking vary greatly depending on the garage you choose. Expect to pay anywhere from $18 to $24 for a full 24-hour's parking.
When you exit your car, make sure you take your parking ticket with you. If you lose your parking ticket, you'll be charged an additional $5, so it's important to keep it in a safe place.
You must pay at the Pay Stations within the airport terminals and garage lobbies. Cash and major credit cards are accepted at these machines.
If you're just picking up passengers, head to the cell phone lot. Here you can wait for your passengers to arrive for up to 30 minutes. You must stay with your car or it can be towed. Once your passenger arrives, you can drive up to the pick-up area to collect them.
Handicapped Accessible Parking at Boston Logan International Airport
All vehicles displaying valid handicapped accessible plates or placards are guaranteed a parking spot within the airport parking garages, even if the parking garage is full. The placard or handicapped plate must be clearly visible at all times.
If you plan to bring your handicapped placard with you on your travels, you must stop into the Parking Garage Office to register your placard information. Cars parking in handicapped areas without displaying the proper signage or having the garage office register the information will be towed.
Curbside drop-off of handicapped travelers is allowed, but your car must remain occupied by a driver at all times unless you register with the Massachusetts State Police at the curb. Registering with police gives you 15 minutes to get the passenger into the terminal.
Save Time with Boston Logan International Airport Parking Passports
If you want hassle-free parking, try the Boston Logan Parking Passport. For a small fee, you receive a parking card linked to your credit or debit card. When you enter and exit the garage, simply wave your passport at the scanner. You don't have to wait for a ticket to print. When it's time to leave the garage, the card that's on file with the airport will be charged automatically and your receipt is mailed to you within a day.
The Boston Logan Parking Passport Gold program guarantees you a spot in the Central Parking Garage or the Terminal B Garage, even if the garage says it is full. There's a yearly enrollment fee for this program, but you're guaranteed a spot no matter how busy the airport is when you arrive. When it comes time to pay, the card works the same as the basic BOS Airport Parking Passport.
Cheaper Park and Fly Options at Boston Logan Airport
There is a Park and Fly company a short drive from Boston Logan International Airport (www.parkshuttlefly.com) offering free shuttle and less expensive parking rates. Rates start at $18 a day. In addition, watch for discount coupons that can save you a couple of dollars a day. Online reservations can also save you money.
If you need to spend the night in Boston before or after your flight, contact your hotel to see if they offer Park, Sleep and Fly packages. Many hotels will allow you to keep your car parked at the hotel for up to 14 days for a little more than the normal room rate. Most hotels only add $10 to $20 to the normal rate making it a very inexpensive parking method for a week or two.
Call 617-561-1673 for 24/7 Boston Logan International Airport parking information.