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After traveling from Cincinnati to Boston, we made our way across the airport to Terminal E, went through security (again!), and then went to the Aer Lingus Boston lounge
Terminal E at Boston Logan Airport is considered the “3rd floor”, and the Aer Lingus Boston Lounge is on the 2nd floor. So, after going through security, to access the Aer Lingus Boston lounge, you will turn left and go to the end of the hallway, and then down one floor on an elevator. Almost all of the airline club lounges are down there – the only exception is the airfrance / KLM lounge (which also is accessible via Priority Pass membership).
Aer Lingus Boston lounge seating
The Aer Lingus Boston lounge actually has a fairly small seating area
This picture captures pretty much the entire seating area at the Aer Lingus Boston lounge. We got there a little before 5pm, and about 5:15 they called boarding for the 6pm Aer Lingus flight, and most of the people left (we were on the 9pm flight).
Aer Lingus Boston lounge food
Food was your basic sandwiches and soup
There was pop as well as some alcoholic beverages available as well
The sandwiches were good and my wife appreciated that there were some vegetarian sandwich options as well.
Aer Lingus Boston lounge wifi
The Aer Lingus Boston lounge does offer free wifi as well, and I found that the wifi speed was decent. My only problem with the wifi is that I kept wanting to add an extra “us” on the end of the password, but that’s mostly because I’m an idiot 🙂
It was a nice spot to spend a few hours while we waited for our Aer Lingus flight from Boston to Dublin. We spent a little bit of time there and then headed over to the airfrance lounge