Cheap Flights from St Louis to Boston Logan International in 2019
Flight information St Louis to Boston Logan International
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Average flight time, total distance 1045 miles
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Boston Logan International
Flying out of St. Louis Lambert International
Located just 14 miles to the northwest of the downtown St. Louis area, St. Louis Lambert International is the busiest airport in the state of Missouri. The airport flies to more than 70 international and domestic locations, with some of the most popular destinations including Chicago, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Las Vegas, New York, Miami, Paris, and Los Angeles.
Airports in the surrounding area include St. Louis Downtown Airport, which offers private chartered aircraft options and is located just outside the downtown St. Louis area. The St. Louis Regional Airport is right on the Missouri/Illinois border and offers air taxi and general aviation services.
While Lambert International offers standard food and shopping, it also home to a few specialty shops including a Budweiser Brewhouse, local wine tasting venue and specialty shops such as Luxe and Kid Works which specializes in unique children’s toys. The airport also includes a children’s play port to keep youngsters entertained while waiting for their flights.
Boston Airport Options
The primary airport servicing the Boston area is Boston Logan International Airport. The airport is located in East Boston just three miles from downtown. BOS is a hub for Cape Air, PenAir, and Delta Airlines. The airport also offers services via JetBlue and American Airlines. Boston Logan offers shuttle service to many area hotels as well 12 rental car companies to support all your in city travel needs.
Tips for Traveling to Boston
Boston is a city full of culture, sports, and entertainment. Sports lovers can enjoy a day of ice-skating, skiing, or golf. If watching sports is your passion you can take in a Boston Red Sox game. For history buffs you can take a trip through the early 19th century by touring many of the turn-of-the-century homes along the Bay Village. If you are looking for a day of culture, you can find everything from performance art, to ballet, to museums in the Boston area. Foodies and night owls can enjoy the burgeoning restaurant and nightlife that Boston has to offer by going to one of the many music or dance clubs, or sampling local menus at some of the award-winning restaurants present in the area.
If you are planning to fly to the Boston area during the winter months expect possible travel delays as Boston sees its share of blizzard and severe weather conditions from December through February.
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