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first_imgPosted in Travel News Facebook/Boston Logan International Airport Passengers will also enjoy a few fun touches throughout the Great Hall. From work stations for busy flyers to redesigned seating areas to a pet relief spot, there’s plenty to appreciate here. Visitors will even find exhibits and displays paying homage to famous New England sports teams, along with plenty of local restaurants and kid-friendly zones. Air travel might never be entirely stress-free, but Logan Airport’s expanded offerings will certainly improve the experience for millions of guests. Facebook/Boston Logan International Airport This sprawling section conveniently conjoins its previous three TSA checkpoints into one easier-to-maneuver checkpoint and allows for convenient travel between airport terminals. Frequent flyers will undoubtedly appreciate the improved design, which promises to reduce waiting time during the traveling process. With 37 gates throughout Logan Airport, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed – but the Great Hall makes inter-terminal transport seamless. July 01, 2019 by Sophie Boudreau New England’s Largest International Airport Just Got Even Bigger If you’ve made your way through New England or its surrounding regions, you might have visited Boston Logan International Airport. This hub, which hosts upwards of 40 million passengers per year, claims the title of New England’s largest airport and the sixteenth-busiest in the entire United States. A recent addition to Logan Airport has further expanded its reach, and you’ll want to see for yourself. Google Maps center_img Address: 1 Harborside Drive, Boston, MA 02128Have you flown through Boston Logan International Airport in years past? Are you eager to explore its recent changes? Share your experiences and thoughts with us in the comments below!If you’re interested in another recent airport improvement that will guarantee cleaner travel, click here. Facebook/Boston Logan International Airport On June 25th, Logan Airport officials unveiled a new-and-improved section of its already-bustling building. Following an 18-month construction process, the project has added a whopping 75,000 square feet of brand new space to the terminal area. As if that weren’t enough, builders and designers also renovated the existing 70,000 square feet, giving way to what’s been dubbed a “Great Hall.” last_img

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