U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is responsible for border management and control, combining customs, immigration, border security, and agricultural protection. They manage the following programs at Boston Logan International Airport. Know Before You Go
If you are a U.S. citizen planning to travel abroad, you must comply with the document requirements for that country. CBP offers a variety of resources for travelers to review before they leave.
Travelers should be aware of the laws and regulations of the country to which they plan to travel. Laws differ from country to country, including those related to marijuana which remains illegal in many countries. Violations of these laws may subject travelers to the civil and/or criminal penalties of those countries.
At U.S. Ports of Entry, Customs and Border Protection enforces U.S. federal law related to marijuana, which may result in seizure, fines and/or arrest and may affect admissibility into the U.S.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has coordinated with several international airlines at Boston Logan International Airport to implement a new biometric self-boarding program on some departing flights out of Terminal E.
Similar biometric self-boarding systems are also in use by airlines at more than a dozen U.S. airports, as well as in the U.K., Australia, and other overseas airports.
U.S. citizens, Canadian citizens, elderly passengers, and children will have the option to opt out of the program.
More information. Automated Passport Control (APC)
APC is a CBP program that expedites the entry process for U.S., Canadian, and eligible Visa Waiver Program international travelers.
More Information Global Entry
Global Entry is a CBP program that allows expedited clearance for pre-approved, low-risk travelers upon arrival in the United States. More Information Mobile Passport Control (MPC)
MPC is a CBP program that allows U.S. citizens and Canadian visitors to use the Mobile Passport app to expedite their entry process into the United States. More Information International Departures
International departures may leave from any of Boston Logan International Airport's 4 terminals. For specific flights, please check with your airline.
Airlines at Boston Logan International Arrivals
Boston Logan International Airport is served by some 50 international destinations. Most of Boston Logan's international arrivals come through Terminal E for U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing.
Some international flights, including various Canadian and Caribbean flights, pre-clear U.S. Customs and Border Protection at their point of origin and arrive at domestic terminals. For specific flights, please check with your airline.
If you are greeting passengers arriving at Terminal E internationally, meet them on the first floor Arrivals level of Terminal E once they have claimed their baggage and cleared customs.
Interactive Map - Terminal E Arrivals