Cheap Flights from London to Boston Logan International

Flight information London to Boston Logan International

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Average flight time, total distance 3275 miles

7h 15min

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British Airways

Boston Logan International

1 airport

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This information is correct as of January 2016

Airlines that fly from London to Boston

British Airways, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic all fly direct to Boston from London-Heathrow. Norwegian Long-Haul fly to Boston from London-Gatwick.

Terminal Information – Departing

This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.

From Gatwick: Norwegian depart from the South Terminal. The departure lounge is similar to a small shopping mall with a great variety of places to eat and shop. As you're leaving the EU you can enjoy duty free shopping in a range of designer and high street shops. Most of the restaurants and cafes are located on the upper level, while stores are on the lower level. There's one executive lounge in the South Terminal, run by No.1 Traveller. Entry prices start at £28* if you book in advance, or £35* on the door. If you just want to get your head down and do a bit of work before your flight you can hop into one of the Regus Express Work Pods (£10* per half hour).

From Heathrow: Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic fly from Terminal 3 while British Airways depart from Terminal 5. Check your departure terminal carefully: Terminal 5 is an extra stop on the tube and train. Both terminals have a great array of designer shops and nice restaurants.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Boston-Logan International Airport has a free shuttle bus which connects all of the terminals. The shuttle also runs to the MBTA Blue Line Airport Station. Tickets on the metro (blue line) cost $2.50* (about £1.75). If you want to take the red line, catch the Silver Line bus to South Station. This bus is free if you're coming from the airport, but you'll need to pay for a ticket on the way back. If you're planning to take a taxi you can expect to pay about $25* (less than £18) for the trip into the city centre. Car hire is also available from the airport, perfect if you're planning a road trip around New England. Compare car hire at Boston-Logan International Airport.

Practical Information

Aim to arrive at the airport at least two hours before scheduled departure. You will need a valid passport to fly to Boston from London. Most British citizens are eligible for the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP) which allows you to enter the states for up to 90 days visa-free. Exceptions include anyone who's ever been arrested, people who has been to Syria, Sudan, Iran or Iraq since 2011, anyone who has dual nationality with these countries, and anyone who is planning to work or volunteer during their time stateside. If in doubt, contact the US Embassy.

What to expect in Boston

Boston is 5 hours behind London and the currency is the US Dollar ($). The temperature in Boston is more extreme than London. Summers are hotter, with an average temperature of 24°C in July, while winters are far colder with the mercury hovering around -2°C in January. Prices in London are higher than in Boston, although not by too much. Expect to pay 20% less for dinner for two and nearly half price for taxis.

*Prices subject to change

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