International Terminal At Logan To Get $100M In Upgrades

Law360, New York (March 4, 2014, 1:22 PM EST) -- The international terminal at Boston's Logan Airport will undergo $100 million in renovations beginning this summer, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and the Massachusetts Port Authority said on Tuesday.

Patrick unveiled the plan at a Tuesday meeting of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. The renovations are intended to help expand the airport's international air service, in addition to making improvements to the international terminal, such as making upgrades to hold rooms and concessions and the installation of self-service kiosks to speed up the processing of passports....
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