Logan International Airport - Traffic and Statistics

Traffic and Statistics

For the 12-month period ending January 31, 2010 the airport had 337,229 aircraft operations, an average of 924 per day: 62% scheduled commercial, 33% air taxi and 5% general aviation.

As of 2010, Logan is the 19th busiest airport in the United States with about 13.5 million boardings a year (not counting arrivals). In 2010, Logan was the world's 28th busiest airport in terms of aircraft movements. The airport is also the 12th busiest airport in the U.S. based on international traffic. In 2010, it handled 3,681,739 international passengers. Logan Airport stimulates the New England regional economy by approximately $7.6 billion per year, generating $559.4 million in state and local tax receipts, as of 2006.

In 2011, Logan Airport served an all-time high of 28,800,000 passengers, a 5% increase from 2010. In 2010 Logan Airport handled about 27,428,962 passengers, about 3,681,739 of whom were international passengers. JetBlue carried 26.00% of all passengers for the 12-month period ending July 31, 2012; other leading carriers include US Airways (13.27%), American Airlines (11.75%), and United Airlines (11.37%). These figures do not include US Airways Express or Delta Connection each of which has significant operations at Logan Airport. Logan Airport also handled over 546,000,000 pounds (248,000,000 kg) of cargo and mail.

As of February 2011, Logan ranks 14th among major U.S. airports for on-time domestic departures with 80 percent of domestic flights departing on time. The airport ranks 25th in on-time domestic arrivals with 76 percent of domestic flights arriving on time.

Logan has flights to the Azores and Cape Verde because they link Azores American and Cape Verdean American communities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Busiest International Routes from Logan (2011–2012)
Rank Airport Passengers Carriers
1 London (Heathrow), United Kingdom 1,008,010 American, British Airways, Delta, Virgin Atlantic
2 Paris (Charles de Gaulle), France 347,323 Air France, American, Delta
3 Toronto (Pearson), Canada 305,819 Air Canada, Delta
4 Frankfurt, Germany 269,972 Lufthansa
5 Amsterdam, Netherlands 243,972 Delta
6 Dublin, Ireland 216,067 Aer Lingus
7 Munich, Germany 158,195 Lufthansa
8 Reykjavík, Iceland 140,545 Icelandair
9 Zurich, Switzerland 132,417 Swiss
10 Toronto (Billy Bishop), Canada 128,946 Porter Airlines
11 Rome (Fiumicino), Italy 115,215 Alitalia
12 Oranjestad, Aruba 102,262 Jetblue
13 Bermuda 96,778 Delta, Jetblue
14 Madrid, Spain 91,418 Iberia
15 Montreal, Canada 91,153 Air Canada Jazz
Busiest Domestic Routes from Logan (August 2011 – July 2012)
Rank Airport Passengers Carriers
1 Chicago (O'Hare), Illinois 864,000 American, JetBlue, Spirit, United
2 Atlanta, Georgia 720,000 Delta, AirTran
3 Washington (National), D.C. 691,000 JetBlue, US Airways
4 San Francisco, California 545,000 JetBlue, United, Virgin America
5 (tie) Baltimore, Maryland 543,000 AirTran, JetBlue, Southwest
5 (tie) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 543,000 US Airways
7 Charlotte, North Carolina 485,000 JetBlue, US Airways
8 Los Angeles, California 460,000 American, JetBlue, United, Virgin America
9 New York (JFK), New York 451,000 American, Delta, JetBlue
10 Newark, New Jersey 437,000 JetBlue, United
Traffic by calendar year
Passengers Change from previous year Aircraft operations Cargo
(pounds)
1998 26,526,708 507,449 803,841,263
1999 27,052,078 02.0% 494,816 824,167,999
2000 27,726,833 02.5% 487,996 852,347,154
2001 24,474,930 011.7% 463,125 744,797,296
2002 22,696,141 07.3% 392,079 789,610,008
2003 22,791,169 00.4% 373,304 744,838,287
2004 26,142,516 014.7% 405,258 759,274,990
2005 27,087,905 03.6% 409,066 741,517,308
2006 27,725,443 02.4% 406,119 679,068,089
2007 28,102,455 01.4% 399,537 632,449,775
2008 26,102,651 07.1% 371,604 587,772,302
2009 25,512,086 02.3% 345,306 517,557,182
2010 27,428,962 07.5% 352,643 546,379,403
2011 28,907,938 05.4% 368,987 529,212,783
Source: Massport

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