Travel to Boston

New England's largest transportation center, Logan International Airport (BOS), recently completed a $4-billion major expansion and modernization. All four passenger terminals were renovated and upgraded with additional parking, easy access, expanded retail options and additional restaurants. Learn more about Boston Logan International Airport. With nonstop international service from 56 destinations and nonstop domestic service from 77 destinations, getting to Boston has never been easier.

 

The City’s subway system provides access via the silver line at South Station to all terminals at the airport and the Logan Express bus offers an inexpensive service from the Back Bay’s Copley Square to all terminals as well.  Massport provides complimentary shuttle bus service between airline terminals and the Airport Station on the MBTA blue line. Use the Boston Airport Wayfinder to look at ground transportation options.

Travel Visas

Some ICMRBS attendees may require a travel visa to enter the United States. Many visitors will be eligible for the Visa Waiver Program. If you will need a Business Visitor B-1 Visa to enter the U.S., more information on requirements and how-to apply may be found here on U.S. State Department website.

 

If you need a letter of invitation for your travel visa application, please contact the ICMRBS Secretariat (jennifer@sciencemanagers.com) with your request. Be sure to include all of the information you would like on the letter. This could include Your Name, Your Institution, Your Address, Your Telephone Number, Your Passport information (passport #, country of issue, date of expiration, date of birth).