Cheap Flights from New York to Boston Logan International in 2019
Flight information New York to Boston Logan International
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Average flight time, total distance 185 miles
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Boston Logan International
Whether you’re traveling for business, catching a Yankees vs Red Sox game or simple after a slight change of pace, getting to Boston is easy – despite the close relationship and fierce rivalry of these two great East Coast cities.
The cities are just over 200 miles apart, and the flight takes an average of one hour and 15 minutes. The available non-stop services are too numerous to list. Delta alone offers more than 40 direct flights between New York and Boston every week.
Making your way to New York’s airports
The three main airports in New York, which all offer direct flights to Boston. You’ll be departing from one of the following:
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) - NYC’s largest airport consists of 8 terminals which are widely spaced apart and connected by the AirTrain. If you’re driving and parking, you’ll want to check your terminal number ahead of time to avoid frustration. It is possible to reach JFK by public transit. The JFK Airtrain is a 24/7 service which connects with both the NYC subway and the Long Island Railway.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)- Although it’s technically in New Jersey, flights from Newark to Boston will show up in any “New York All Airports” search, and the fares are often very affordable. It has three terminals, A, B, and C. To get to EWR by public transit, you can take an NJ transit train from Penn Station to Newark Airport Train Station. From there you’ll need to catch the AirTrain Newark, which is a 10 minute journey.
LaGuardia Airport (LGA)- Though small by NYC standards, LaGuardia still handles a very high volume of traffic. The airport has four terminals, A through D. Getting to LaGuardia by public transit can be complex and slow, as there is no direct rail service to the airport. Buses in combination with the subway or commuter lines are required.
Arriving in Boston
Beantown is packed with enough personality, history, and culture to keep you going for a hundred visits. Follow in the footsteps of revolutionary war heroes and patriots on the Freedom Trail, stroll through the lamplit avenues of Beacon Hill, and explore Boston’s traditionally diverse and vibrant neighborhoods.
Of course, just across the river in Cambridge, there’s Harvard, MIT, and Tufts -- all surrounded by exciting communities stuffed with students, intellectuals and artists. Fun boutiques and shops, hipster enclaves, ethnic eateries and kitschy dive bars abound.
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