Logan now serves 42 overseas markets with nonstop service, up from 26 international destinations a decade ago. The airport serves as a gateway to new markets around the world through direct flights to Mexico City, Tel Aviv, Hong Kong, Beijing, Dubai, Istanbul and Panama City.
List of All International Non-Stop Destinations
Boston will connect to another gateway of the global economy next year when Aeromexico begins nonstop service between Logan International Airport and Mexico City’s Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juarez on June 1, 2015. Boston is currently the largest U.S. to Mexico City origin and destination market without nonstop service. Aeromexico will fly the route using Boeing 737-700 aircraft with 124 seats, including 12 business and 112 coach, six times per week.
Boston will be more firmly connected to the global economy next year when El Al starts nonstop service between Logan International Airport and Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport, starting in the summer of 2015.
El Al will fly the route using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with 218 seats, including 22 business class seats, thrice weekly.
The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) released preparedness information for Boston Logan International Airport and the Port of Boston relating to the Ebola outbreak at a press conference today with representatives from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston Public Health Commission, Massachusetts State Police, and Boston EMS.
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Logan’s new Back Bay Logan Express launched April 28 as a two year pilot with convenient service every 20 minutes between the two Back Bay locations and the airport. The 42-foot clean fuel bus will stop at each airport terminal on the departure level and pick-up passengers on the arrivals level.