Boston Logan International Airport is New England’s largest transportation center and generates $7 billion in economic activity each year. It is a city within a city on a 1,700-acre footprint of land. The airport has a fire department, a police department, a power plant, two hotels, a non-denominational chapel and 27 acres of landscaping along the roadways and terminals.
Logan Airport has four passenger terminals, A, B, C and E, each with its own ticketing, baggage claim, and ground transportation facilities. The terminals are connected to the central parking garage by a walkway system. In all, there are 94 gates with contact jet bridges and nine regional jet gates at the airport and more than 40 airlines fly nonstop to more than 100 domestic and international destinations.