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This information is correct as of January 2016
Airlines that fly from New York to Boston
There are regular flights to Boston from all three of New York's airports. American Airlines, Delta, Delta Connection, and JetBlue Airways all fly direct to Boston from JFK Airport. American Airlines Shuttle and Delta Shuttle both offer flights to Boston from LaGuardia Airport. JetBlue Airways, United Airlines and United Express all fly to Boston from Newark-Liberty.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
From JFK: Delta fly from Terminal 2. This terminal has a small range of places to eat and shop. Eateries include Wendy's, the Cibo Express Gourmet Market, and BKLYN Beer Garden. Shops include a Tech store and Taste NY. Delta Connection depart from Terminal 4, which has a much wider range of shops and eateries. You can try a huge range of cuisines thanks to Pizza Vino, Panda Express, McDonalds, Panopolis and Buffalo Wild Wings. Shops include duty free stores, designer shops, and high-street labels. There's also an XpresSpa if you want to treat yourself. JetBlue fly from Terminal 5, another large terminal with a wide selection of places to dine and shop. Eateries include Starbucks, 5ive Steak, Cheeburger Cheeburger and Aunt Butchie's Bakery Cafe. Ron Jon Surf Shop, iS Duty Free, and Benefit Cosmetics are just some of the stores you'll find in this terminal.American Airlines fly to Boston from Terminal 8. Again, there's a great variety of places to eat and shop.
From LaGuardia: American Airlines Shuttle fly from Terminal C, while Delta Shuttle fly from Terminals A and C. Terminal A is very basic, with a coffee shop and a newsstand. Terminal C has a wider variety of places to grab a bite.
From Newark: JetBlue fly from terminals A and B, United Airlines from Terminal C, and United Express from Terminals A and C. All of the terminals at Newark Airport have a wide range of places to dine and shop.
Terminal Information – Arriving
All of the terminals at Boston-Logan International Airport are connected by free shuttle buses, which also run to the MBTA Blue Line Airport Station. Tickets on the Blue Line (metro) cost $2.50* (about £1.75). The Silver Line bus serves each terminal too, stopping at the airport every 10-15 minutes and running to South Station where you can connect onto the Red Line. The bus is free for journeys beginning at the airport. There's a taxi rank outside the airport, and you can expect to pay about $25* (under £18) for a cab into the city. Americans love driving, so it's no surprise to find that car hire is available from Boston's Airport. Don't forget you can also compare car-hire prices with Skyscanner.
On domestic American flights British citizens will need to present their passports for security reasons. If you're an American citizen you can use your driver's license. Aim to arrive at the airport at least one hour before scheduled departure, or 90 minutes before if possible.
What to expect in Boston
There's no time difference between New York and Boston. Boston is slightly colder than New York, with a winter temperature of -2°C (as opposed to 2°C in NYC). Boston is less expensive than New York. You can expect to save about $20* (about £14) on dinner for two, and $1* (about 70p) on a beer.
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