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Cheap Flights to Massachusetts

Despite its small size, Massachusetts is among the most well-known of America's 50 states. Bordered by New York to the west, New Hampshire to the northeast, Vermont to the northwest, and Rhode Island to the south, the state is famous for being the first point of land to be settled by English colonists. Skyscanner's flight search can help you find and compare cheap flights to Massachusetts. If your departure date is flexible, try expanding your search using the Whole Month search filter.

Best Time to Fly to Massachusetts

The peak tourist season in Massachusetts is during the summer months (July and August), when the weather is optimal for enjoying water-based activities. Another popular time to visit the state is during the autumn months (September through October), when nature lovers flock to the region to witness the changing of the leaves. During these times of year, hotels in Massachusetts fill up quickly, and accommodation rates are higher than at any other times of the year. A good time to visit Massachusetts if you want to save on travel costs and avoid large tourist crowds is during the spring months (March to May). If you have a specific travel date in mind, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can monitor airfares for you so that you can book the cheapest possible flight.

Airlines That Fly to Massachusetts

Direct flights from Canada to Massachusetts are served by Air Canada, Porter Airlines, and WestJet. American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines are among the major carriers that offer connecting flights to Massachusetts. More information about airlines flying to Massachusetts can be found on this page.

Airports in Massachusetts

There are 37 public-use airports in Massachusetts. The three busiest facilities, in terms of passenger traffic, are Barnstable Municipal Airport, Gen. Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, and Martha's Vineyard Airport.

Gen. Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS) is Massachusett's busiest airport. Located approximately 6 kilometres from downtown Boston, near Boston Harbor, the facility serves as a hub for Delta Airlines. The airport is served by public bus routes and underground "T" trains operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transit authority (MBTA). Other ground transportation options at Logan International Airport are rental cars, coach lines, taxis, shared vans, and a water shuttle.

Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK) is located approximately 5 kilometres to the southeast of central Nantucket. Ground transportation options for getting from Nantucket Memorial Airport to the city centre include public buses operated by the Nantucket Regional transit authority, limousines, taxis, and scheduled bus services. Among the car rental agencies that operate desks at this airport are Hertz and Thrifty.

Barnstable Municipal Airport (HYA) is situated around 1.5 kilometres to the north of central Hyannis. It is the primary airport serving Cape Cod, as well as the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. The airport is served by public bus lines operated by the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, local taxi services, and four well-known car rental agencies.

What to See and Do in Massachusetts

No tour of Massachusetts is complete without a visit to Boston Harbor, the site of the Boston Tea Party. Here, you'll find picturesque lighthouses, historical museums, and over 60 kilometres of walking and biking trails. Other stops to add to your itinerary are Boston's Colonial Freedom Trail, which is home to historical sites such as Boston common and the Old South Meeting House, and the city of Plymouth, where the country's first permanent settlers arrived on the Mayflower.

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