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Logan to Blue Line from arrivals

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We have a flight that leaves very early in the morning, so we want to take the C&J Bus from NH to Logan the day before and stay over night.

I know there is a silver line bus from the airport to the airport subway station, and from there we can get to our destination.

My question is regarding the logistics of connecting at the airport.

Our C&J Bus will drop us off in the arrival area at Logan.

Do we just wait there for the next silver line to come by? Or do we have to get to a different area to be picked up? And if so, how do we get from the arrival area to the pick up area?

Since we aren't actually flying out that day, we can get off the C&J at any terminal if one is easier than the other.

Thanks so much for whatever help you can provide.

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