|Origin Airport IATA Code||BWI|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||BOS|
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There are more than 330 direct flights each week from Washington to Boston, with eight airlines operating this service. American Airlines is the most popular flight provider on this route.
The most popular departure point is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, with more than 750,000 passengers leaving here for Boston each year.
The next most popular flight route leaves from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall, with more than half a million passengers choosing this option. A further 250,000 people depart from Washington Dulles International for Boston each year.
The flight time from Washington to Boston is approximately one hour and 15 minutes and covers a distance of 393 miles. With more than 1.3 million people each year making the trip, this is one of the busiest internal flight routes in the US.
The flight path heads out to the north west from all three of Washington’s airports towards the cities of Philadelphia and New York. The route takes you over Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut to Massachusetts and to your destination in Boston
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is the nearest airport to the city and was named in honor of the former President. It is located in the county of Arlington, Virginia, around five miles from the downtown Washington area. The airport is a fortress hub for American Airlines and handles around 21 million passengers every year.
The other main airport in the city is Washington Dulles, located around 26 miles from the downtown area. It also handles around 21 million passengers a year but is set to grow in the coming years to become the larger of the two.
A little further afield is Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall, located around 30 miles to the northeast of the city. It is the busiest of the three airports, with around 25 million passengers using its services each year.
The arrival airport in Boston is Logan International, located in the East Boston area of the city. It is the largest airport in the state and 16th busiest in the country, with 34 million passengers flying in and out every year.
With a good choice of direct flights from Washington to Boston available with numerous major airlines, find your perfect flights and enjoy your journey.
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