Cheap Flights from Washington Ronald Reagan to Boston Logan International
Flight information Washington Ronald Reagan to Boston Logan International
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Average flight time, total distance 398 miles
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Boston Logan International
Connected by just a short flight, Washington D.C. and Boston are two cities that are rich with American history. While Washington D.C is known as the hub of American politics and a place where some of the most important decisions of the country have been made, the Boston region is where the foundation of America started when immigrants from Europe boarded the Mayflower in search of a free world where they could practice their religion and start a new life. Embark on a journey to learn about the history of the United States on a deeper level, and let Skyscanner help you get to Boston for the cheapest price available.
Departing from Washington Ronald Reagan Airport
Washington Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA) has three terminals and is legally located in Virginia. Terminal 1 was built in 1941 and has historical significance; it is worth checking out even if your flight is not leaving from this terminal. This airport has a patriotic vibe to it and offers several non-stop flights to Boston via JetBlue and American Airlines.
TSA recommends that you arrive at the airport at least two hours early so that you have enough time to check in and get through airport security. While you wait for your flight to Boston, check out the museums, get a relaxing massage at the day spa, grab some coffee, find some reading material at Hudson News, do some shopping, or get a bite to eat at restaurants like Legal Sea Foods or Qdoba Mexican Grill.
Arriving at Boston Logan International Airport
Boston is located in the same time zone as Washington D.C. and both cities have a similar climate, so packing should be a breeze. This airport is located close to the city of Boston and will help you get to your final destination quickly. There are three different terminals at this airport with their own baggage claim areas.
Boston Logan International Airport offers several ground transportation options to get you to the city and nearby hotels. You can reserve an airport shuttle, ride the subway, catch a city bus, hop on the water taxi for a scenic ride, or pick up your rental car. This airport has a large car rental center that you can get to via the blue and white airport shuttle bus.
Attractions in Boston
In order to get the most out of your trip to Boston, it is best to plan ahead and make an itinerary of the attractions you want to see so you can be sure to hit them all. If you are a history buff, keep Bunker Hill, the Boston Tea Party Ships, The Paul Revere House, and Old State House on your radar. You can also take an eco-friendly bicycle tour, go on a whale watching excursion in the harbor, and indulge in all of the fine seafood this region has to offer. Boston also has a fun nightlife scene where you can check out the local breweries or buy tickets at one of the live entertainment venues.
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