Why on earth would they want to do that? AerLingus has customs preclearance in Ireland so there's no need to go to Terminal E. They codeshare with JetBlue so Terminal C is exactly where they want to be for easy connections.Can Aer Lingus move to Terminal E?
Boston already has non-stop service to Barcelona on Level.As of a result of the gate expansion here, are there interesting examples of flights expansion offered? Can Aer Lingus move to Terminal E? Will there be more intl flights added?
It would be interesting to see a direct flight to Barcelona for example.
This is personal but pre-covid there was at least a daily to Manchester and I'd like that back. Delta had one and Thomas Cook used to have one as well. I also really miss the low cost carriers like Norwegian and Thomas Cook for Boston to the UK. Hopefully JetBlue succeeds thereBoston already has non-stop service to Barcelona on Level.
There really isn't a lot of hole in Boston's European network. Delta recently announced seasonal service to Athens, and year round service to Tel Aviv. So, between seasonal and year round service, from Boston you can get to:
Paris - de Gaulle#
London - Heathrow#
# are routes with multiple carriers.
Brussels comes to mind as an opportunity.
Terminal A already has a satellite.Now that Terminal E's expansion is showing some signs of opening on-time next year - I am curious - could there be proposed new additions to Logan in the next 5-10 years? Is there room for it? Maybe there is room to add on to Terminal A satellite. Compared to other large inland airports (CLT for example), Logan expanson space is quite limited...