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Transportation to Boston Airport from the City Center

Logan Intl Airport

The city of Boston, renowned for being home to Harvard University, the University of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and world famous health care institutions, welcomes thousands of patients, researchers, and students from all over the world. The only international airport in the city is the General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, also referred to as Logan International Airport. The airport is located 5.6 km from the city center and is accessible by ferry as a transportation alternative.

Airport Buses

The Silver Line 1 bus service provides transportation to Logan International Airport from the city center. This service departs from the South Station, which is located in the city center, in close proximity to many museums and the Boston Public Garden and Theater District. The SL1 line provides free transportation to the airport. Buses 459 and 449, which pass by the Summer St. stop, close to the Congress Bridge, also provide transportation to the airport. It takes a maximum of 20 minutes to get to the airport using buses 449 and 459.

Rail

Harvard University, the city center, and Cambridge are located along the Red Line, which runs from the north of the city to the south of the city. You can use this line to transfer to a bus to the airport. You can transfer to the SL1 bus at the South Station or transfer to bus 171 at Andrew Station. You can also take the Blue Line, which can be accessed from State Street Station, to the Airport Station. The Airport Station is located in close proximity to the airport. From that station you have to transfer to airport shuttle services to get to the airport terminals.

Ferry

Another transportation alternative to get to the airport is by ferry. The dock is a 10 minute walk from the city center. The ferry takes 18 minutes to get to Logan Wharf. From there the Massport Route 66 provides shuttle services to the airport terminals.

Taxi

Taxis are easy to find anywhere in the city and they are a convenient transportation alternative to get to the airport. Since the airport is located in such close proximity to the city center, about 5 km away, it is also considerably close to other important parts of the city like Harvard University, MIT, and the University of Massachusetts.

Car

The city center can be confusing to navigate but there are two tunnels that run under the Boston Canal, making the airport easily accessible by car. One of these tunnels is closer to the city center and is where the SL1 buses connect to the Red Line. To connect to this tunnel, which is located to the east of canal, take Summer Street, to Congress Bridge. After passing the bridge you can access the tunnel from Congress Street. The other tunnel is accessible by taking Merrimac Street north to New Chardon Street, which is on the right. This road will pass by Haymarket Square and take you directly to the west tunnel. This tunnel connects you to George Visconti Road, which provides direct access to the airport.

Airport Information

Handling more than 30 million passengers a year, Logan International Airport is one of the most important airports in the East of the United States. The airport contains a variety of services from children’s play areas to exhibition grounds, a September 11th memorial and recreation areas.

The airport offers passengers a rich selection of eating and drinking venues with over 50 restaurants and cafes, including fish restaurants befitting this seaside city. The airport also contains many stores and a large duty free shop for passengers who want to go shopping before or after their flight. Logan International airport also offers passengers free internet connection and the opportunity to rent bicycles to use as a transportation alternative in the city.

Last Updated: November 29, 2016

Transportation to Denver City Center from Airport

Arapahoe Co Airport

Denver, the capital of the state of Colorado in the United States, is one of the  most important tourism and commercial centers in the region. Visitors coming to this vibrant city first land at Denver International Airport.  

Denver International Airport is one of the busiest airports in not only America but also the entire world. Every year the airport handles a significant amount of passengers, offering them various services and amenities while they wait, such as stores, restaurants, lounges, entertainment areas, and a hotel. Denver International Airport is one of the largest airports in the United States and it serves non-stop and connecting flights to many destinations around the world.

The airport even features a specially designed pet relief area and pet resort for passengers who are traveling with pets. The pet resort is ideal for passengers who need to find a place for their pets to stay and the pet relief areas provides pets with a great area to play.

The city of Denver has a very advanced transportation network, therefore there are a variety of transportation alternatives you could use to get to the city center from the airport. Among these alternatives taking a taxi or renting a car are the most comfortable and flexible options. Buses, airport shuttles, and shared-ride services stand out for their affordable prices. If you want to travel in the lap of luxury then you can hire a limousine service to get to the airport.

Various hotels or ski resorts also provide hotel shuttle service from the airport. The most affordable way to get to the city center from the airport is by bus.

Charter Buses

A quick transportation alternative to get to the Denver city center is by charter bus. Charter buses are also a very affordable option. There are many charter bus companies that depart from in front of Jeppesen Terminal. You should make a reservation before hand but if you haven’t, you can always check to see if one of the charter bus companies has availability once you land. These charter buses are a great option particularly for those traveling in big groups and for those who have excess luggage. For more information on charter bus companies please visit Denver International Airport’s website.

Hotel Shuttle Services

One of the most convenient methods of transportation to get to the city center from the airport is by hotel shuttle. If you’re staying at a hotel in the city then you can call them before your trip and find out if they offer a shuttle service. The airport’s website features a list of hotels in the city center that offer shuttle services to and from the airport.  

Limousine

There are many limousine companies that provide luxurious transportation to the city center from the airport for those who want a more privileged experience. For more information about these companies please check online. The company you choose will depend on your budget and destination in the city. You can also ask your hotel to help arrange this service. Choosing to take advantage of limousine services to get to the city is a more expensive transportation alternative. However, if your destination in the city isn’t too far that price difference isn’t that much.  

Mountain Carriers

Denver and its surrounding areas are important destinations for winter tourism. Mountain carriers provide transportation from the airport to many ski and resort areas. This alternative is great for those who are coming to the city to ski. These carriers are easily accessible from in front of Jeppesen Terminal. For more information about these carriers please visit Denver International Airport’s website.

Bus

Buses generally serve the city center and the surrounding areas. Buses from the airport provide transportation to the city center. These buses operate from 3:30 am to midnight. The bus fare varies depending on your destination in the city, ranging between 9 and 13 dollars. Buses depart from the DEN Transit Center, which is accessible from the south end of Jeppesen Terminal. During peak hours buses run every 15 minutes and the bus driver will help passengers load and unload their luggage.

Shared-Ride Services

Another transportation alternative that you can use to get to the city center from the airport are shared-ride services. Shared-ride services can be arranged beforehand or requested on-demand. This service is also referred to as commuter shuttles and they operate regularly from the airport. These shuttles depart from Jeppesen Terminal Level 5. For more information on shared-ride services and detailed information on shuttle providers please visit Denver International Airport’s website.   

Taxi

One of the most convenient methods of transportation to get to the city center from the airport is by taxi. Taxis are readily available at Denver International Airport every hour of the day. Taxis are a great alternative for those with excess baggage. It costs around 55 USD to get to downtown Denver from the airport. To get to Boulder from Denver International Airport costs around 90 USD.

It costs around 90 USD to get to the Denver Technology Center and 70 USD to get to the Broomfield and Louisville Area. If you are traveling with a friend and have multiple destinations in the city that are in different zones, then the fare may increase by $5 for each drop-off location. For more information on taxicab companies and their contact information please visit Denver International Airport’s website.

Airport Information

Denver International Airport connects the city with the entire world. It is one of the largest airports in the United States and one of the busiest airports in not only the United States but also the world. Denver International Airport contains over 140 restaurants, cafes, and stores where you can enjoy delicious flavors from international cuisine and go shopping. The airport also features religious facilities, charging stations, financial services, and comfortable passenger lounges.

Denver International Airport is considered one of the most artistic airports in the United States. Exhibitions are held during certain periods, transforming this transportation hub into a space with great works of art presented to its passengers. One of the most unique and interesting parts of the airport is the specially designed “Wish You Were Here” photo station. These stations offer passenger the opportunity to share a part of their vacation with their loved ones in a whimsical way.  

The airport also features magnificent views of the unique Rocky Mountains by gates C23 and C24. These views are particularly breathtaking at sunset. It’s worth coming to the airport a little early just to catch views of the sunset. Internet access is free at Denver International Airport, so you can stay connected while you wait for your flight. If you want something to eat or drink before your flight or after you land your options are endless.

Dozens of alternatives from American cuisine, Italian cuisine, Asian cuisine, and Mexican cuisine await. Venues where you can get something to eat or drink include Ben & Jerry's, Caribou Coffee, Burger King, Subway, Starbucks, Sky Lounge, and Villa Pizza.

If you want to go shopping at the airport as you wait for your flight there are many alternatives, including Bluvire, BOSE, Colorado Limited, Connections, MAC Cosmetics, Misura, Mosaic, Oceane, Out West, SOHO, TAGS, Swarovski, Time Travel, The Body Shop, and Victoria's Secret.  

For those need to stay at the airport overnight there is an airport hotel. The 519-room airport hotel features wonderful views of the Rocky Mountains as well as a restaurant, parking lot, and conference and meeting rooms. Guests staying at the hotel can also take advantage of the fitness center and indoor swimming pool. 

Last Updated: May 02, 2016

Denver Intl Airport

Denver, the capital of the state of Colorado in the United States, is one of the  most important tourism and commercial centers in the region. Visitors coming to this vibrant city first land at Denver International Airport.  

Denver International Airport is one of the busiest airports in not only America but also the entire world. Every year the airport handles a significant amount of passengers, offering them various services and amenities while they wait, such as stores, restaurants, lounges, entertainment areas, and a hotel. Denver International Airport is one of the largest airports in the United States and it serves non-stop and connecting flights to many destinations around the world.

The airport even features a specially designed pet relief area and pet resort for passengers who are traveling with pets. The pet resort is ideal for passengers who need to find a place for their pets to stay and the pet relief areas provides pets with a great area to play.

The city of Denver has a very advanced transportation network, therefore there are a variety of transportation alternatives you could use to get to the city center from the airport. Among these alternatives taking a taxi or renting a car are the most comfortable and flexible options. Buses, airport shuttles, and shared-ride services stand out for their affordable prices. If you want to travel in the lap of luxury then you can hire a limousine service to get to the airport.

Various hotels or ski resorts also provide hotel shuttle service from the airport. The most affordable way to get to the city center from the airport is by bus.

Charter Buses

A quick transportation alternative to get to the Denver city center is by charter bus. Charter buses are also a very affordable option. There are many charter bus companies that depart from in front of Jeppesen Terminal. You should make a reservation before hand but if you haven’t, you can always check to see if one of the charter bus companies has availability once you land. These charter buses are a great option particularly for those traveling in big groups and for those who have excess luggage. For more information on charter bus companies please visit Denver International Airport’s website.

Hotel Shuttle Services

One of the most convenient methods of transportation to get to the city center from the airport is by hotel shuttle. If you’re staying at a hotel in the city then you can call them before your trip and find out if they offer a shuttle service. The airport’s website features a list of hotels in the city center that offer shuttle services to and from the airport.  

Limousine

There are many limousine companies that provide luxurious transportation to the city center from the airport for those who want a more privileged experience. For more information about these companies please check online. The company you choose will depend on your budget and destination in the city. You can also ask your hotel to help arrange this service. Choosing to take advantage of limousine services to get to the city is a more expensive transportation alternative. However, if your destination in the city isn’t too far that price difference isn’t that much.  

Mountain Carriers

Denver and its surrounding areas are important destinations for winter tourism. Mountain carriers provide transportation from the airport to many ski and resort areas. This alternative is great for those who are coming to the city to ski. These carriers are easily accessible from in front of Jeppesen Terminal. For more information about these carriers please visit Denver International Airport’s website.

Bus

Buses generally serve the city center and the surrounding areas. Buses from the airport provide transportation to the city center. These buses operate from 3:30 am to midnight. The bus fare varies depending on your destination in the city, ranging between 9 and 13 dollars. Buses depart from the DEN Transit Center, which is accessible from the south end of Jeppesen Terminal. During peak hours buses run every 15 minutes and the bus driver will help passengers load and unload their luggage.

Shared-Ride Services

Another transportation alternative that you can use to get to the city center from the airport are shared-ride services. Shared-ride services can be arranged beforehand or requested on-demand. This service is also referred to as commuter shuttles and they operate regularly from the airport. These shuttles depart from Jeppesen Terminal Level 5. For more information on shared-ride services and detailed information on shuttle providers please visit Denver International Airport’s website.   

Taxi

One of the most convenient methods of transportation to get to the city center from the airport is by taxi. Taxis are readily available at Denver International Airport every hour of the day. Taxis are a great alternative for those with excess baggage. It costs around 55 USD to get to downtown Denver from the airport. To get to Boulder from Denver International Airport costs around 90 USD.

It costs around 90 USD to get to the Denver Technology Center and 70 USD to get to the Broomfield and Louisville Area. If you are traveling with a friend and have multiple destinations in the city that are in different zones, then the fare may increase by $5 for each drop-off location. For more information on taxicab companies and their contact information please visit Denver International Airport’s website.

Last Updated: December 07, 2016
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