We provide Boston airport limo service to and from Boston's main airport, Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). Logan Airport has four terminals (A B C and E), each with separate ticketing, baggage claims, and ground transportation hubs. Limousine pickup locations are as follows: Terminal A: Arrivals level, outer surface lot area. Terminal B: US Airways, departure level, curbside. American Airlines departure level, curbside. Terminal C: Departure Level, outermost curb area. Terminal E: Arrivals Level, outermost curb area. For customer service at Logan International Airport, call 617.561.1800, or 800.23.LOGAN for more information on ground transportation options. Logan Airport also provides a useful online service for tracking flight arrival and departure information.
Boston has four convention centers: the Hynes Convention Center (900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115 :: 617.954.2000), Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (415 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210 :: 617.954.2000), the Bayside Expo Center(200 Mount Vernon Street, Columbia Point, Boston, MA 02125 :: 617.474.6000), and World Trade Center Boston (200 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA 02210 :: 617.385.5000). Boston is the state capital of Massachusetts, and the surrounding area is home to Harvard University (in Cambridge), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University, Tufts University, Northeastern University, and several other institutions of higher education. Boston is also home to Fidelity Investments, Bank of America, Sovereign Bank, and a wealth of biotechnology companies such as Avaki Corp., Millenium Pharmaceuticals, and Biogen Idec.
Before you book any limo service in Boston, be sure you are dealing with a fully licensed, insured limo company. For general information, please see our list of federally regulated minimum requirements for limousine operators to understand national laws regarding your safety as a limousine passenger.
Whatever Boston limo company you book with, be sure to find out up front about all charges related to your limousine service. Tolls, airport fees, regulatory fees, travel time, holiday surcharges, fuel surcharges, and courtesy cell phone usage charges are all common, but these fees should be clearly stated up front, and must of course apply to you if you are going to pay them. By asking up front, you can avoid companies who charge hidden fees not included in the quoted rate, or attempt to tack on vague extra charges at the end of your service.