Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

Flight information Boston Logan International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

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2h 37min

average flight time from Boston Logan International to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, total distance 945 miles


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More than a thousand miles separate the bustling northeastern city of Boston from the southern hospitality of Atlanta. If you’re flying direct, you’ll spend between an hour and a half to two hours in the air.

Delta has a very frequent and busy nonstop schedule from Boston Logan(BOS) to Atlanta Hartsfield(ATL). You can also find direct flights on this route with Southwest, which has expanded its services between the cities with the AirTran merger.

Making your way to Logan Airport

The four terminals at Logan Airport are designated A, B, C, and E. All the terminals are conveniently connected by shuttle buses and moving walkways, and in general Logan is a user-friendly airport. Security lines are efficient, and the airport is well-designed and comfortable. There’s free WiFi, plenty of power sockets, and a wide selection of restaurants and bars, many of which feature local food and beer.

Getting to the airport isn’t difficult. If you’re driving, there are plenty of signs on all the routes, but remember that some tunnels charge a toll of $3.50, and know that parking is on the expensive side. Public transportation to Logan is a great option for anyone on a budget. The MBTA has a dedicated high-speed bus service to the airport, the Silver Line. With just a few stops on the route and lots of room for luggage, it’s convenient and relatively quick. It connects with the Red Line subway at South Station. Your other option is the Blue Line, which has an airport stop, but you’ll need to catch a free Massport shuttle from there to your terminal.

Arriving in Atlanta

Atlanta is a lovely city with a strong business community and burgeoning culture and culinary scenes. There’s been a quiet but consistent tech boom and lots of development across major industries. The booming population of young professionals has encouraged a corresponding surge in dining, shopping, entertainment, and nightlife options, and there’s a real buzz around downtown.

Several world-class attractions draw vibrant crowds of young families on the weekends, especially the Georgia Aquarium, which is the largest facility of its type in the world, full of cutting-edge exhibits and big-ticket residents like the penguins and sharks. The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is both moving and fascinating. Atlanta was the hometown of Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy lives on in this wonderful museum and educational center, which brings to life the struggle for equality and justice all over the world.

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