New England Flights & Airports
Flying may be the best way for you to get to New England, but the region is compact, so flying is usually not necessary once you arrive.
Logan Airport's new Terminal E expansion (2023).
Other Boston Airports
Metropolitan Boston is also served by :
If you arrive in the northeastern USA by plane, you can easily catch a connecting flight from New York City to Boston, but first you should read this page which can help you decide on how best to travel between New York City and Boston.
If you buy your New York-to-Boston ticket separately (ie, not part of a longer flight), it may be surprisingly expensive. Look to the discount airlines such as JetBlue Airways and Southwest Airlines for the best fares.
Other Regional Airports
Although not actually in New England, Albany International Airport (ALB) serves the neighboring area of Massachusetts's Berkshire Hills and Southern Vermont with flights by Allegiant, American, Delta, Southwest, and United Airlines. More...
Bangor International Airport (BGR) serves central Maine with flights by Allegiant, American, Delta, and United Airlines. More...
Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Windsor Locks CT, north of Hartford CT, serves north-central Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts with flights by Aer Lingus, American, Breeze, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Spirit, and United Airlines. More...