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Fares from $49 One Way, $97 Round Trip from New York to Boston

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Flights from New York to Boston - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from New York to Boston?

You're in luck — you'll find 3 airlines which fly nonstop between New York, NY Airport (LGA-LaGuardia) and Boston, MA Airport (BOS-Logan Intl.). Here are some of the most popular:

  • Delta Air Lines
  • American Airlines
  • JetBlue Airways
What is the shortest flight from New York to Boston?

Keep that binge-watch you had planned for the hotel room, because the flight from New York, NY Airport (LGA-LaGuardia) to Boston, MA Airport (BOS-Logan Intl.) can take as little as 1 hour and 7 minutes.

What airlines fly from New York to Boston most frequently?

Delta Air Lines (DL) is one of the airlines with the most flights from New York, NY Airport (LGA-LaGuardia) to Boston, MA Airport (BOS-Logan Intl.). It offers 250 flights each month on this route. Escaping on vacation is one of life's biggest pleasures, and this carrier will get you to your destination quickly and safely. American Airlines (AA) will also take you to your destination in comfort and style. Offering 179 monthly flights between New York and Boston, it's another quality airline to look into.

Route Information for Flights from New York to Boston

Origin Airport IATA CodeNYC
Destination Airport IATA CodeBOS
Distance185 mi
Direct Flight AirlinesKLM, Qatar Airways, Air Europa, Aer Lingus, Air France, Emirates, Delta Air Lines, El Al, South African Airways, Royal Air Maroc, JetBlue Airways, Alitalia, Hawaiian Airlines, Korean Air, CSA, TAP Air Portugal, WestJet, Virgin Atlantic, Singapore Airlines
Earliest Flight Arrival2:33PM UTC
Latest Flight Arrival1:28AM UTC

Flights Review

Mar 12, 2020

Very friendly crew, comfortable seats, plenty of legroom.

Mar 1, 2020

Very bumpy landing!

Feb 29, 2020

My favorite airline. Often arriving early with minimal hassle

Feb 26, 2020

Good but more flights needed

Feb 22, 2020

TV wasn't working they had to reboot... No gluten free snack option offered

Jan 16, 2020

The wifi didn't work for me

Dec 28, 2019

The planes doesn’t have leg room for any one over 6 feet. The ride was uncomfortable for my husband.

Dec 26, 2019

Flight was delayed, but still got home almost on-time.

Dec 15, 2019

wheel chair was late in Newark

Dec 3, 2019

Considering the weather, I was amazing we even flew and grateful for safe flight :)

Traveling From New York to Boston

With flights from New York that last approximately 90 minutes, Boston is a great option for travelers who would rather spend their time exploring instead of flying. Visitors will need every moment to sample the historic places, monuments, and theaters in this city. Find flights from New York to Boston that will fit almost any schedule at

New York City

New York City is the most populous city in the United States. World-renowned museums, restaurants, and hotels are all located in this vibrant city. It is also home to the United Nations, the Statue of Liberty, and the Broadway theater district.

There are three airports commonly used by New York City residents: LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, and Newark Liberty International Airport. All three airports are accessible by public transportation as well as by taxi, limousine, and van. Visitors to JFK and Newark can also use the AirTrain to skip traffic jams. If you prefer driving, parking is available at all three airports, in both daily and economy lots. While the fee for economy parking varies by airport, daily parking costs $33 per 24-hour period.

There is a wide selection of restaurants at all three airport locations. At any of Newark's three terminals, you can choose from more than a dozen restaurants, with options ranging from fast food to seafood. JFK has more than 100 restaurant options, but your selection will vary depending on which of the eight terminals you visit. There are also dozens of options at LaGuardia, with popular chains such as Five Guys Burgers & Fries to tempt you.


Although less than a million people live in Boston, millions of tourists flock to this historical city to attend sporting events, visit important cultural sites, or experience one of Boston's many other offerings. Boston also attracts thousands of students each year; there are more than 100 colleges and universities located in the greater Boston area.

Traveling in Beantown

Once you arrive at Logan, you can take the subway, bus, van, or taxi to downtown Boston. One-way fare to downtown Boston from Logan by subway is only $2.50. Taxi fare is estimated to be approximately $25 to $45, and van service starts around $20. If you prefer to rent a car, there are nine companies that supply rental cars to Logan Airport visitors.

Boston has four distinct seasons, so the weather will vary depending on your travel dates. During the warmest month, July, the average temperature high is 82 degrees Fahrenheit. However, temperatures cool significantly at night, so a light jacket is recommended in the evenings. The coldest month, January, has an average high temperature of only 36 degrees Fahrenheit. With an average low temperature of 22 degrees Fahrenheit in January, it's a good idea to bring a parka or other heavy coat for the evenings.

Boston is the home of many historic places that played important roles during the Revolutionary War. The easiest way to see these historic places is to walk the Freedom Trail. While guided tours are available, there is also a painted red line that leads visitors through the city to 16 historical sites, such as the Paul Revere House and the Bunker Hill Monument.

Experience the Best of Boston

With dozens of nonstop flights from New York to Boston available each day, travelers have plenty of opportunities to visit to Beantown. For an easy way to plan a trip to Boston, visit, where New York travelers can book car rentals, hotels, and airlines with only a few clicks of their mouse.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.