Traveling to Boston

Air Travel

Boston Logan International Airport is the primary airport for New England. The four passenger terminals, A, B, C and E, are self-contained, each with its own ticketing, baggage claim, ground transportation service, free WiFi, and food and retail options. The terminals are connected to the central parking garage by a walkway system, and to public transportation with a free shuttle bus system. The Silver Line to South Station in downtown Boston is a free service that allows travelers to use the subway system until they reach their initial destination, hotel, or meeting site without purchasing a subway ticket. 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.

Click here for more information on the airport. 

Click here for a map of the airport and its terminals.

For more information on how to get from the Airport to the conference center or city center, see our Local Transportation page.


Amtrak has several routes that are fairly affordable for many in the United States, especially those living in the Northeast. Others may wish to fly to other nearby cities and take a train. All information on how to find and purchase train tickets can be found on the Amtrak website.

Regional Travel

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has several commuter rail lines that service the greater Boston area. Please click here to find more information on the various lines and ticket prices.