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Flying is perhaps the best way to get to New England, but the region is so compact that flying is usually not necessary once you arrive.

 

 

 

Boston-Logan International Airport

Boston's Logan Airport (BOS) is one of America's busiest, receiving flights from throughout the country and the world. It's located only 3 miles (5 km) east of the center of Boston. More...

Metropolitan Boston is also served by TF Green Regional Airport (PVD) just south of Providence RI, and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) in Manchester NH. More...

New York City to Boston Flights

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.

There are several flights daily from each of the three major airports, John F Kennedy (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA) and Newark (EWR).

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.

Flights from New York City go daily to these other airports in the region as well:

Albany NY

Bangor ME

Bridgeport CT

Burlington VT

Hartford CT

Hyannis MA on Cape Cod

Lebanon NH

Manchester NH

 

Martha's Vineyard MA

Nantucket MA

New Haven CT

New London CT

Portland ME

Presque Isle ME

Providence RI

Worcester MA.


Boston-Logan International Airport

Boston Transportation

Massachusetts Transportation

TF Green Airport, Providence RI

Manchester-Boston Airport

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