What to Eat, Drink, Sleep and Do in Boston's Logan Airport

April 16, 2019

Sometimes, travel doesn't go as planned. Snow storms, heat waves, strong winds or rain — there are plenty of reasons a flight can get delayed, or worse yet, cancelled altogether. Or maybe you're just the type of person who likes to get to the airport 3 hours before takeoff.

Either way, there are plenty of reasons travelers might find themselves looking for something to help pass the time in an airport.

Fortunately, we've created a series of airport guides to help business travelers figure out where to eat, drink, shop, and relax in airports across the country.

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