American Airlines takes over the US Airways space at Boston Logan’s Terminal B


BOSTON, 2015-10-20 — /Travel PR News/ — Beginning Saturday, October 17th, American Airlines will formally take over the US Airways space at Boston Logan’s Terminal B. New signage at curbside and throughout the Terminal will help customers find their correct drop-off and check-in locations. American Airlines will now have three check-in locations, and passengers can use any of them and walk to their gate post security. American Airlines will have extra staff in the Terminal as customers adjust to the new changes

Other important information:

  • AmericanShuttle, formerly US Airways Shuttle, will remain in the same location in Terminal B (Gates B15-B19).
  • American Airlines now has two Admirals Clubs in Terminal B beyond security:
    • Near Gate B4
    • Near Gate B30

Locating your gate at Logan

Check your boarding pass or an airport monitor for your gate information. As a reminder, Gates B4-B19 are on the first side of Terminal B as you approach via the roadway. This is the location formerly occupied by US Airways. Gates B30-36 are on the second side of Terminal B. Passengers can use any American Airlines check in location to access their gate post security.

Online and mobile app check-in

Beginning Saturday, Oct. 17, use or the American Airlines mobile app to check in for flights, get boarding passes as early as 24 hours before departure, gate locations and flight status. Passengers can also sign up for automatic flight notifications or use the app to get last-minute changes and updates on the go. The US Airways app will no longer be available, and will reroute customers

Customers can visit for the latest news and updates as American Airlines prepares to become one airline for its customers.

By Airport Shuttle Bus and Silver Line

Announcements will reflect the American Airlines gate numbers for the stops at Terminal B.

Picking up Passengers

Drivers in the cell phone lot waiting lot should get arrival gate information and then proceed to the passenger pick up area on the appropriate side of Terminal B.

Boston Logan, a short distance from the intersection of Route 128 and I-90 and five minutes from downtown Boston, serves as the gateway to the New England region and offers nonstop service to 76 domestic and 52 international destinations and in 2014 handled 31.6 million passengers. Boston Logan is served by two public transit lines and is the Air Line Pilot Association’s Airport of the Year for 2008 because of its commitment to safety.  The airport generates $13 billion in total economic impact each year.