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Why Fly to Boston?

Famous as the site of the Boston Tea Party and Paul Revere’s midnight ride, Boston is one of America’s oldest and most historic cities. From the Red Sox to the New England Aquarium, Boston caters to all tastes. You can also get a ferry or flight to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, plus flights to the rest of New England. You can find cheap flights to Boston using Travelzoo’s SuperSearch.

Flying to Boston from the UK

Direct flights from the UK to Boston operate solely from London Heathrow. You can also fly direct from Dublin, Ireland. However, services from Glasgow, Manchester and Edinburgh operate via London. Flights take about seven and a half hours direct. There are indirect flights to Boston, but it is advisable to fly indirect via Europe rather than flying via an American city, as you have to clear customs in the first port of entry in to the United States.

Which Airlines Fly to Boston?

You can fly from many UK cities to Boston’s Logan Airport (BOS). British Airways, American Airlines and Virgin Atlantic all fly direct from London Heathrow. Other airlines offering cheap flights to Boston include Air France via Paris, Aer Lingus via Dublin, Delta via Atlanta, American Airlines via Miami or Chicago, and Lufthansa via Frankfurt or Munich. Discounted flights generally mean a longer flight time; flying via Paris or Dublin will generally add the least time to your journey. While it will be much cheaper to fly via Miami or Chicago, it can nearly double the flight time. Flights from regional UK airports will fly via London.

Mini Travel Guide to Boston

With beautiful architecture accentuated by the so-called Emerald Necklace of parks designed by Fredrick Law Olmstead (who designed New York’s Central and Prospect Parks), Boston is a key destination for walkers and history buffs. The Freedom Trail is a popular walking route for tourists, and runs through the city visiting Boston Common, the Old State House, the Boston Massacre Site, Paul Revere’s House and Bunker Hill, as well as other attractions and sites from the Revolutionary War. The Boston Ballet, nearby Harvard University and the Bull & Finch (whose exterior was used for “Cheers”) impress, educate, entertain and refresh its visitors. Summer visitors should take in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, one of America’s oldest ballparks.
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