Southwest Airlines Shifting Terminals at Boston Logan Airport

TravelMole 8/23/2019

AAA World Article

Southwest Airlines is on the move at Boston Logan Airport.

The airline will move operations from Terminal A to Terminal B on August 29.

It will occupy gates 31A-35 in the terminal, which has undergone major million-dollar renovations. It joins American Airlines at Terminal B while its current Terminal A gates will go to Delta Air Lines.

Southwest's move comes as it announced capacity cuts at Boston Logan.

It recently said it would end a number of flights including to Atlanta, Kansas City and Milwaukee.

Southwest has been serving Boston Logan since 2009.

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