Airlines & Airports

Boston, the largest city in New England is one of the most historic and influential cities in USA. It is home to an array of museums, historical sights and wonderful Boston travel attractions that draws millions of visitors to the city each year. The region is very well connected by air and land.

Boston air travel visitors are thus able to reach the city without any kind of hassle. There is one major and two smaller airports in the city that connects it to the rest of the world.

Logan International Airport: This is the major gateway in the city to New England and Boston. The airport is situated in East Boston that is located a few miles away from downtown. All the important U.S carriers serve the airport with flights to all the important cities in the country.

There are also major European carriers that fly to Boston including British Airways (London), Virgin Atlantic (London), Iberia (Madrid), Alitalia (Milan), Air France (Paris), Lufthansa (Frankfurt, Munich), Swiss (Zurich), Aer Lingus (Dublin), NWA/KLM (Amsterdam) and Icelandair (Reykjavik).

From the airport the guests who travel to Boston MA can take the Silver Line which is a low-floor bus that takes passengers from each terminal every 15 minutes, to reach the city. There is also the Blue Line that takes passengers from the airport to the city.

There are taxis that the guests can hire. As the airport is not very far from the city the fares are not very expensive. There are also Airport Limos that make for convenient transport to and from the airport.

There are also two regional airports that are located in the region:

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport: This is situated in Manchester, NH almost 50 miles to the north of the city. There is a shuttle bus that can be availed from this airport to the Sullivan Square T stop that is situated in Charlestown. If you do not want to take the shuttle you can either rent a car or board a bus that leaves from the airport every few hours. The airport serves the northern suburbs of the city and NH.

T.F. Green Airport: This is situated in Warwick, RI that is almost 60 miles to the south of Boston. The airport serves Providence/Newport and the southern suburbs of the city. From this airport you can take a taxi or a bus to the train station and then board an MBTA train to Boston.