Massport’s new Logan Express bus adds a convenient connection between Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood and Logan Airport. The bus stops every 20 minutes daily from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hynes Convention Center and Copley MBTA Station. The Logan Express bus ride to Logan Airport takes approximately 20 minutes, more during rush hour periods. It stops at all terminals. The fare is $5 per passenger with payment by credit card. The ride is FREE to riders with a current, valid MBTA pass.
UPDATE: Effective 6/1/2016, Back Bay Logan Express fares changed:
-one-way fare: $7.50 by credit/debit card
-one-way fare showing valid MBTA pass: $3.00 by credit/debit card only
Route details as follows:
Bus Route Stops To Airport
Hynes Convention Center, 900 Boylston Street (opposite Gloucester Street)
Copley T Station, 650 Boylston Street (near Boston Public Library)
Terminal A, B, C, E (Departures Level drop-off)
Bus Route Stops From Airport
Terminal A, B, C, E (Arrivals Level pick-up at Logan Express stops)
Copley Square, St. James Avenue
Hynes Convention Center
The bus service will run on a 20-minute schedule (departures occur at :00, :20, :40 past the hour).
Leave Hynes Convention Center to Logan
Daily First Trip: 5:00 a.m.
Last Trip: 9 p.m.
Leave Logan to Back Bay
Daily First Trip: 6:00 a.m.
Last Trip: 10:00 p.m.
All buses are wheelchair accessible. More information about Logan Express is available 24 hours at 1-800-23-LOGAN.
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