Retail and F&B pickup and delivery-to-gate service lands at Boston Logan

By Luke Barras-hill |

Passengers at Boston Logan International Airport can now buy food and travel essential items online and either collect them from any terminal or arrange for delivery to gate.

Powered by e-commerce platform Grab (Servy) and Boston Logan’s current airport food delivery service AtYourGate, BOS2GO customers can place orders using any mobile or electronic device via

The click-and-collect option is complimentary, with a $0.99 delivery fee applied for gate deliveries.


Travellers will be able to avail themselves of a range of F&B items from B.Good, Bruins Bar, Lucca, Mija Cantina & Tequila Bar, Monica’s Mercato, Wahlburgers, Peet’s Coffee, Camden Foods and Wolfgang Puck Pizza.

More eateries and retail offerings are due to be added in the coming months.

Paul McGinn, President, MarketPlace Development said: “We continue to elevate the travellers’ experience with enhanced digital options while keeping safety top of mind.

“By introducing BOS2GO, this innovative online platform will provide convenient and contactless dining and retail offerings that are unique to our passengers, making it easy and comfortable for those who are traveling through Boston Logan.”

MartketPlace Logan, which manages the airport’s concessions programme, has also introduced several amenities including XpresCheck Covid-19 testing sites located in Terminal E and Terminal C.

In addition, PPE vending machines from Hudson dispense individual and bulk packaged masks, sanitary wipes, hand sanitisers, latex gloves, multi-use thermometers, portable and rechargeable UV-C sanitisers for mobile devices and personal items. The PPE vending machines are located in Terminals A and B.

Images credit: Regan Communications.



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