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Priority Pass Use at Boston Logan

Priority Pass Use at Boston Logan

  1. Steve from LA

    I will be flying out of terminal A in Boston next week. I have a few hours before my flight to kill. Looks like priority pass restaurants and lounges I would like to use are in terminals B & C. How best to access them with my ticket for terminal A?

  2. David W

    If BOS lets you enter a different terminal than the one youre departing from, then you can go to the lounge. Just make sure you leave with enough time to get back to A and clear security.

    When I flew from BOS on Alaska, security at the main area of the terminal let me thru security with my AS boarding pass, which departs from a separate part of the (same) terminal with it’s own security and not connected airside to the rest of the gates. I did mention that I wanted to go to a restaurant that wasn’t by the AS gates.

  3. Steve from LA

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 64686, member: 29″]If BOS lets you enter a different terminal than the one youre departing from, then you can go to the lounge. Just make sure you leave with enough time to get back to A and clear security.

    When I flew from BOS on Alaska, security at the main area of the terminal let me thru security with my AS boarding pass, which departs from a separate part of the (same) terminal with it’s own security and not connected airside to the rest of the gates. I did mention that I wanted to go to a restaurant that wasn’t by the AS gates.[/QUOTE]

    That’s what I was thinking. I will give it a try. The worst they can tell me is no.

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