Fly in and out of Massachusetts at some of New England’s most convenient and traveler-friendly airports with waterfront and luxury hotels on site or nearby.
Logan (BOS) is an international hub that serves Massachusetts and all of central New England. It’s large and busy, with many direct flights to and from major national and international airports. Plus, although Boston has heavy car traffic, the city’s infrastructure makes it fairly easy to travel in and out of Boston to your other New England destinations via car, bus, or train.
Worcester Regional Airport (ORH) services Central Massachusetts.
Cape Cod Gateway Airport (HYA) in Hyannis, Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK), and Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY) offer easy access to Cape Cod and the Islands.
General aviation, private and charter flight needs can also be met at Worcester or at Danbury Municipal Airport (DXR) in western Connecticut.
If you’re not visiting the greater Boston area, you may want to consider flying into one of the other large airports in the region and saving yourself the city traffic on I-95. For instance, T.F. Green (PVD) in Providence, RI has access to southern MA and Cape Cod.
Located in the heart of central Massachusetts and operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority. Extensive general aviation services are available. Currently there are no commercial airline flights scheduled to or from Worcester.
Connecticut's only airport with national and international traffic, including major airline flights. Short distance north of Hartford, the capital. Serves major cities and vacation destinations in New England. Ground transportation by several taxi, limo, and rental car companies. For taxi fares from Bradley to other points in Connecticut, call 860-627-3128.
Logan International Airport (BOS)
1 Harborside Dr.East Boston, MA, 02128Phone:
Major international airport serving Massachusetts and all of central New England. Cape Air, a smaller, regional airline centered upon Cape Cod and the Island, flies from Logan and offers air service to Hyannis, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, New Bedford, Provincetown, and Providence, Rhode Island.
Portsmouth International Airport is located on the Seacoast of New Hampshire, 50 minutes north of Boston's Logan Airport. It is a convenient, low cost commercial airport with quick access to the New Hampshire Seacoast, Lakes Region and White Mountains.
Portsmouth International Airport offers:
Scheduled Service to Orlando & Punta Gorda FL, Myrtle Beach SC, and Savannah GA.
Situated in the heart of New England, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is less than 50 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, and less than an hour's drive from the region's most popular ski areas, scenic seacoast beaches, and lakefront resorts. Manchester Boston Regional Airport is widely considered a convenient alternative airport serving the greater Boston area.
Since the 1950s, the Martha's Vineyard Airport has served as the primary general aviation/commercial airport gateway to Martha's Vineyard. Served by Cape Air, Delta, Jet Blue, and U.S. Airways. Extensive inter-town public bus system makes frequent stops at the airport.
Provincetown Municipal Airport (PVC)
176 Race Point RoadProvincetown, MA, 02657Phone: 508-487-0241
Commercial flights by Cape Air (Provincetown to Boston only). Small private craft and charters.
Danbury Municipal Airport (DXR)
Wibling RoadDanbury, CT, 06810Phone: 203-797-4624
General aviation operator; accommodates charter and private planes only.