BOSTON (AP) — Logan International Airport is getting an update.
JetBlue is unveiling the first phase of its terminal improvements Monday.
The New York-based carrier has been working with MASSPORT, the airport operator, to update JetBlue’s Terminal C area with new interactive kiosks, updated flight information displays and other upgrades. The project is expected to be completed in 2016.
JetBlue’s Director of Airport Operations Norbert Strissel and MASSPORT CEO Thomas Glynn will speak at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday.
Former New England Patriots tight end Jermaine Wiggins, a native of the East Boston neighborhood where the airport is located, will also be on hand to raise the team’s Super Bowl XLIV banner over the terminal. The airline is a sponsor for the team.
JetBlue is Logan’s largest airline carrier in terms of passengers.