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A Quick Look at the Key Seasons in Boston


“Late summer and fall”

Months: July, August, September, October


“Early summer”

Months: May, June


“Spring, and early winter”

Months: March, April, November


“Extreme winter”

Months: December, January, February

Boston Climate Information

Temp (86.6 to 23.0°F)

  • Upper (°F)
  • Lower (°F)

Hottest Months: July, August

Coldest Months: Jan, February

Rainfall (7-25 days/month)

  • No. of Days

Wettest Months: April, May, June, August

Driest Months: October, November, December, February

Humidity (55-68%)

  • Rel. Humidity %

Most Humid Month: May, June, October

Least Humid Month: January, February, March

Snowfall 0 to 10 Days

  • No. of days/month

Month with Highest Snowfall: January, February

Month with Lowest Snowfall: May to October

Airport in Boston, MA

Logan or Boston Airport

Official Name: General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport

Airport Code:  BOS

Location: In East Boston and partially in Winthrop, Massachusetts. The distance of the airport from the city center is 4 miles / 6 km.

On-Time Performance Ranking of Boston Airport

Departure Flights: 20 | Arrival Flights:27

Airlines at Boston Airport by Passenger Share

S. No. Airline Traffic Share (%)
1 JetBlue 32.36
2 American 18.77
3 Delta 15.24
4 United 11.38
5 Southwest 7.77
6 Others 14.48

Top Domestic and International Cities to and From Boston Airport

Domestic Destinations by Airline

S. No. Cities/Airports Airlines
1 Atlanta (Georgia) ATL Delta (DL), Virgin Atlantic (VS), Aerolineas Argentinas (AR), Spirit (NK)
2 Chicago (Illinois), ORD American (AA), United (UA), Delta (DL)
3 Los Angeles (California), LAX Alaska (AS), American (AA), Delta (DL)
4 Washington (DC), DCA American, Delta, JetBlue
5 San Francisco, California, SFO Alaska, Delta, JetBlue, United
6 Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), PHL American, Delta, JetBlue
7 NYC (New York), LGA American, Delta, JetBlue
8 Orlando (Florida), MCO Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit
9 Baltimore (Maryland), BWI JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit
10 Charlotte (North Carolina), CLT American, JetBlue

International Destinations by Airline

S. No. Cities/Airports Airlines
1 London Heathrow (LHR) British Airways, Delta, Virgin Atlantic
2 Toronto–Pearson, Canada Air Canada, WestJet
3 Paris (France), CDG Air France, Delta, Norwegian Air Shuttle
4 Dublin, Ireland Aer Lingus, Delta
5 Reykjavík–Keflavík, Iceland Icelandair
6 Amsterdam, Netherlands Delta, KLM
7 Frankfurt (Germany), FRA Lufthansa
8 Dubai (UAE), DXB Emirates
9 Toronto (Canada), YTZ Porter Airlines
10 London (UK), LGW Norwegian

Nonstop Flights to Boston Per Day Frequency

S. No Origin City Number of Flights/Day
1 Atlanta (ATL) 20
2 Chicago (ORD) 34
3 Los Angeles (LAX) 16
4 Washington (DCA) 25
5 San Francisco (SFO) 21
6 Philadelphia (PHL) 21
7 New York (LGA) 18
8 Orlando (MCO) 5
9 Baltimore (BWI) 0
10 Charlotte (CLT) 12

Flight Time to Boston

S. No Origin City Time (Hours: Minutes)
1 Atlanta (ATL) 2.26
2 Chicago (ORD) 2.16
3 Los Angeles (LAX) 5.45
4 Washington (DCA) 1.31
5 San Francisco (SFO) 5.27
6 Philadelphia (PHL) 1.21
7 New York (LGA) 1.21
8 Orlando (MCO) 2.58
9 Baltimore (BWI) 3..08
10 Charlotte (CLT) 2.17

Places to See in Boston

There can’t be a better way to explore the historical legacy of Boston than taking a walk through the Freedom Trail. This is a 2.5-mile-long pedestrian trail making its way through 16 locations featuring important local landmarks. Marked largely with brick, it winds between Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Highlights include

  1. Boston Common
  2. Massachusetts State House
  3. Park Street Church
  4. Granary Burying Ground
  5. King’s Chapel and Burying Ground
  6. Benjamin Franklin statue and former site of Boston Latin School
  7. Old Corner Bookstore
  8. Old South Meeting House
  9. Old State House
  10. Site of the Boston Massacre
  11. Faneuil Hall
  12. Paul Revere House
  13. Old North Church
  14. Copp’s Hill Burying Ground
  15. USS Constitution
  16. Bunker Hill Monument

Stops along the trail include simple explanatory ground markers, graveyards, notable churches and buildings, and a historic naval frigate. While most of the sites are free or suggest donations, the Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, and the Paul Revere House charge admission.

If you are visiting Boston with kids whose incessant curiosity regarding nature and world puzzles you, do not miss to add Museum of Science in your things-to-do in Boston. The museum has a science museum and an indoor zoo. Exhibits are organized in three wings: Blue Wing, Green Wing, Red Wing and Miscellaneous.  The museum has exhibits from all the disciplines of science and nature. From the world’s largest open-air Van de Graaff generator to Dinosaurs: Modeling the Mesozoic, Colossal Fossil, A Bird’s World, and beyond – there are many notable exhibits for visitors to see and experience. A walk-through Butterfly Garden featuring exotic butterflies takes you into a different world. Seeing is Deceiving? Sounds contrasting the age-old idiom. But a collection of optical illusions, including many motorized illusions prove it right.

The Paul Revere House, built c.1680, was the colonial home of American patriot Paul Revere during the American Revolution. The US Govt. declared it a National Historic Landmark in 1961. The building is now a nonprofit museum managed by Paul Revere Memorial Association. Highlights of Paul Revere House: It’s a three-story house constructed using timber. The main block of the house consisted of four structural bays demarcated by heavy framing posts and overhead beams. The larger ground-floor room in this main block was dominated by its chimney bay and adjoining lobby entrance. It underwent renovation many a time, however, it’s ninety percent of the structure (including two doors, three window frames, and portions of the flooring, foundation, inner wall material and raftering) is original to 1680.

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, is the fifth largest museum in the United States. The museum features around 450, 000 works of art derived from global civilizations including ancient Greece, Rome, Africa, Americans, Europe, Asia and Oceania. Highlighted exhibits include Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Bocca Baciata (1859), Mary Cassatt, Tea (1880), John Singleton Copley, Watson and the Shark (1778), and more.

The museum has a busy calendar when it comes to art events. If you are a feminist, take the rare opportunity to be part of “Women Take the Floor (Her Vision, her voice across a century of art)” September 13, 2019-May 3, 2021. “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation” is an upcoming art event that is scheduled by April 5–August 2, 2020. The event is themed around neo-expressionism, freestyle sampling, and wildstyle lettering.

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Things to Do in Boston

Visiting Boston with kids? Let them have a taste of nature by heading to Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park. This is the largest open recreational space in eastern Massachusetts. From swimming and boating to fishing and picnicking, to trekking and camping, the place has got all sorts of adventure for every age groups. If your kids are between 6th and 8th grade, or have interest in history, spare some time at the Civil War-era Fort. It will help them understand the strategic worth of the Boston Island. It has lighthouses to help mariners navigate the sea. It also helped in defending Boston shores.

Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Except for the US National Holidays including New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Washington’s Birthday, and Memorial Day, the park stays open on all days of the year.


The Boston Harbor Islands have a humid maritime climate characterized by slightly cooler temperatures than the mainland, so dress in layers. Typical summer conditions feature air temperatures approximately 5-10 degrees cooler than the mainland between 60-80 Fahrenheit, winds of 0-15 knots and waves of 1-3 feet.

Entry Fee: Free. The park does not charge an admission fee, but a transportation fee applies for the public ferry.

There is no dearth of music performance venues in the city. With more options available, you are likely to find the performance that best suits your mood and taste. For mega stars and headline performers, check out TD Garden or Fenway Park. These are sports arenas; but they also hold musical events for mega starts like Janet Jackson, Bon Jovi or Lady Gaga. Many music lovers find the end of May to be the best time for visiting Boston, when Boston Calling, a multi-day music festival is held. Downtown Boston is home to many nightclubs.

Start with the Massachusetts State House. It’s façade and gold dome are simply awe-inspiring. The Boston Public Library presents an exquisite combination of modern and classical -era designs. Trinity Church attracts visitors for its extraordinarily picturesque landscape. Wondering about the favorite marketplace for Bostonians?  Quincy Market has the answer. Located in 4 South Market Building, Quincy Market was set up in 1825 in Faneuil Hall to allow vendors to sell their farm produce. Taking into account the crowd and the growing attraction, the market was later extended behind the building to create land for a larger new market. Now it has a whole range of food-stall, fast-food, and restaurants.

Flights to Boston: FAQs

What is the best time to book a flight to Boston?

For a domestic flight to Boston, consider making your travel reservation at least 8 to 12 weeks ahead of a flight departure. For an international flight, confirm your booking at least 12 to 16 weeks in advance.

What percentage of arrival flights gets delayed at the Amsterdam Airport?

Twenty-six percent of the total arrivals from domestic destinations (16,493k) were delayed in 2019, and the average delayed minutes stand at 78.60 minutes, according to US Govt. DoT (Department of Transportation)

What percentage of departure flights takes off on time from Schiphol Airport?

Seventy-seven percent of the total departure flights to domestic destinations (16,443k) were on-time in 2019, and the average delayed minutes stand at 77.93 minutes, according to US Govt. DoT (Department of Transportation)

Does Southwest Airlines (WN) operate flights to Boston?

Yes. Southwest, the world’s largest low-cost carrier has flights to Boston from Orlando, Baltimore, and Atlanta.

What is the cheapest airline to fly to Boston?

Spirit (NK), Southwest (WN), Frontier (F9) and JetBlue (B6) are the leading low-cost airlines operating flights to Boston. Compare airfare and baggage policy before you confirm your airline ticket to Boston. You may take help of our travel expert available round-the-clock.

What is the cheapest day to fly to Boston?

Cheapest Day: Wednesday

Priciest Day: Saturday, Sunday, Monday

The flight route under consideration is ATL to BOS with Spirit. Change in fare by day has been depicted graphically on our Atlanta to Boston Flight Deals page.