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Construction at Boston Logan squeezes GA ramp capacityConstruction at Boston Logan squeezes GA ramp capacity

A significant reduction in general aviation ramp capacity during construction at General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport in Boston will require most operators to receive permission and make parking reservations prior to flight until 2023 or beyond.

A notice to airmen advises that the GA ramp is closed except for military aircraft, life flight, and law enforcement operations. Other operators must obtain prior permission or reservations directly through fixed-base operator Signature Flight Support by calling 617-561-2500 no less than four hours before their flight or no more than 10 days before the flight. Parking on Signature’s ramp is limited to a maximum of four hours.

Signature Flight Support will provide discounted pricing for flights dropping passengers at Logan airport and repositioning to Signature’s facility at Laurence G. Hanscom Field in Bedford, Massachusetts. Call Signature Flight Support in Boston for details. Check notams carefully for revisions and updates to procedures.

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