Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Detroit
Flight information Boston Logan International to Detroit
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Average flight time, total distance 621 miles
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Detroit Wayne County and Detroit City
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Fly from Boston Logan International to Detroit
Detroit is a mid-sized city located in the state of Michigan. It is the largest city of this state and the US-Canada border, and a significant port serving the Detroit River and Great Lakes. The once-thriving city experienced a precipitous decline in the latter half of the 20th century, but has bounced back thanks to an extensive renaissance spearheaded by residents. Once known for sparse lighting, the city recently became the largest in the United States to sport all-LED street lights. There’s also a hip urban gardening scene, and every year sees the renovation of historic buildings put to new purposes.
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Facilities at Boston Logan International and Detroit
Boston Logan International Airport is located in East Boston and is the busiest airport in New England. The airport is noted for its efficiency and short TSA wait times. Its four terminals, A, B, C and E, are connected by a free shuttle, and each contain numerous shopping and dining options.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport in the suburb of Romulus services the city of Detroit. The airport has two terminals, McNamara Terminal and North Terminal, which are connected via shuttle. The former houses Concourses A, B and C and boasts numerous dining and entertainment opportunities, including a colorful, choreographed Light Tunnel. North Terminal has the additional feature of a pet relief center.
Travel from Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Public transportation from the airport is operated by the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation, or SMART; to get into Detroit proper, take the 125 or 280 bus. There are also many shuttles which can take you to hotels, car rental locations and even into southern Ontario. If you’re driving a car or taking a taxi, interstate highways 94 and 275 connect right to the airport.
Detroit being the birthplace of the automotive industry, you’ll find it apropos to rent a car on your visit here. Use Skyscanner’s car rental search to discover all the options at your fingertips and filter results based on criteria you choose.
Hints and Tips for Detroit
Detroit has much to do and see for visitors to this culturally-rich city. The diverse local population has led to a number of exciting sights to see and large festivals that occur throughout the year. The Detroit Hair Wars, a festival evolved from competition among African-American hair salons, is one of the more unique fashion events in the country, where a plethora of dazzling hairpieces compete for visitors’ attention. Paczki Day is this city’s version of Mardi Gras and is named after the paczki, a Polish jelly-filled doughnut. For more delicious local cuisine check out Greektown and Mexicantown which are known for a dizzying array of restaurants serving up authentic fare.
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