East Boston


East Boston hosts Boston Logan International Airport, several air cargo facilities and numerous supporting travel and transport related businesses, major vehicular access routes to and from Logan as well as airport related parking lots.

East Boston became part of the City of Boston in 1836.  East Boston was the home of the shipyard owned by Donald McKay that built such world's famous clipper ships as the Flying Cloud and Sovereign of the Seas in the mid-1800s.  East Boston also served as entry point for generations of Irish, Canadian, Russian, Italians, Southeast Asian, and Central and South American immigrants.