Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Madrid in 2019
Flight information Boston Logan International to Madrid
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Average flight time, total distance 3405 miles
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When you're traveling from the capital of Massachusetts to the capital of Spain, Skyscanner provides everything you need for a stress-free flight from start to finish. Find cheap plane tickets from Boston to Madrid, tips for international travel, and all the information you need to plan an unforgettable vacation.
The Airports in Boston and Madrid
Boston Logan Airport (BOS) is the main international airport serving Boston and is located just three miles from the city center. BOS serves as a hub for Delta Airlines and offers flights to Madrid from more than 20 additional airlines. You can fly direct from Boston to Madrid nearly every day of the week on four airlines, including Iberia, British Airways, Finnair, and American Airlines. All international flights from Boston fly out of Terminal E on either the second or third level.
Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) is the main international airport in Madrid and one of the largest airports in Europe. MAD has five terminals, with each airline arriving on the lower level at their set terminal. Madrid Barajas International is located about 11 miles from downtown Madrid and offers many transportation options to the city. Taxis are available at each terminal on the ground floor. You could also take the shuttle bus from your terminal to Terminal 2 or 4 and hop on the metro. MAD also has a train station, or you could take the bus or rent your own car.
What to Know Before Departing From Boston Logan Airport
Boston Logan Airport recommends that all international travelers arrive at least three hours before their scheduled departure to avoid any potential problems. Be sure to bring your passport and government-issued photo ID. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) uses Advanced Imaging Technology at BOS. Save time at your security screening by layering items in your luggage and removing outer garments and shoes.
What to Do While You Wait to Board Your Flight
Boston Logan Airport strives to keep security checkpoint wait times less than 15 minutes, so you'll probably have some time to check out the airport before you board your flight. BOS offers impressive art exhibitions that reflect the cultural diversity of Boston. Find breathtaking paintings throughout the airport. Dine in one of the dozens of restaurants located in each terminal or browse the shops to grab last-minute items for your trip. If you're traveling with children, be sure to head over to one of the Kidport play areas and let them burn off some steam in a safe and fun environment.
Be Prepared For Your Trip to Madrid
The temperatures in Madrid average about ten degrees cooler than Boston year-round. You'll pay less for a meal for two in Madrid, with transportation costs averaging slightly lower as well. You'll need to exchange your dollars for euros when traveling from Boston to Madrid, and be prepared for a six-hour time jump as well.
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