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Logan International Airport is originally named as General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport. The airport is located in east Boston which officially opened on September 8, 1923.
There are 4 terminals as A, B, C, and E whereas 102 gates are serving the greater Boston. The terminals are provided with the pre-security shuttle buses whereas other terminals have the pre-security moving walkways.
Altogether, there are six runways with variant areas. Along with it, ground transportation with a wording "Easiest Airport to Get To" is applicable since 2007. For public safety, there are police services for fire accidents. The other facilities by Logan Airport are the cargo service where the cargo companies have their office at the airport premises.