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A Japan Airlines Boeing 787 lands at Logan International Airport in Boston on its inaugural, non-stop flight from Tokyo. (Michael Dwyer/AP)
A Japan Airlines Boeing 787 lands at Logan International Airport in Boston on its inaugural, non-stop flight from Tokyo. (Michael Dwyer/AP)
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By June, Logan International Airport will be offering direct flights to Beijing, Tokyo, Panama City and Istanbul. But it's still tricky to navigate the international terminal — and it's especially tough to make connections to domestic flights.

So Logan is launching a $100 million renovation of Terminal E — the international terminal — to accommodate a spike in overseas travel.

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Thomas Glynn, CEO and Executive Director of Massport.

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  • "Logan has landed five new international airlines over the past two years, a remarkable number considering the airport isn't a hub for a big airline with alliance partners."

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  • "The overall construction is expected to take about two years. One project creates a new connection on the secured side between terminals E and C, so that international and JetBlue passengers can make flight connections between those two terminals without having to exit and re-enter through security again."

This segment aired on March 5, 2014.

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