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Airports in Boston
1. Logan International Airport
Logan International Airport (IATA: BOS, ICAO: KBOS, FAA LID: BOS) is popularly called as Boston Logan International Airport. The airport has flights to destinations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, the Caribbean, the North Atlantic region (including Bermuda and the Azores), Europe, Africa, and Asia. BOS is the 16th-busiest airport in the United States.
Come June 22, 2019, Logan is scheduled to have direct flights to Africa, and the first to mainland Africa, courtesy of Royal Air Maroc from their hub in Casablanca.
2. Worcester Regional Airport
Worcester Regional Airport (IATA: ORH, ICAO: KORH, FAA LID: ORH) is a public commercial airport located three miles (5 km) west of the central business district of Worcester, a city in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) handles the airport. The airport only has connecting or direct flight to Atlanta.
Airports in Atlanta
Atlanta is home to the world’s busiest airport – Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (IATA: ATL, ICAO: KATL, FAA LID: ATL). According to the Airports Council International Report 103 902 992 passengers deplaned and enplaned in 2017.
Also, known popularly as Atlanta Airport, ATL is 7 miles (11 km) south of downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The airport has 192 gates: 152 domestic and 40 international. ATL covers 4,700 acres (1,902 ha) of land and has five parallel runways.
Nonstop Flights from Boston to Atlanta
Looking for the quickest way to reach Atlanta from Boston? Check airlines offering nonstop flights to Atlanta from Boston. The estimated travel time from one destination to another is 2 hours. Take a look at the airlines options you have.
|Flights from Boston BOS to Atlanta ATL||Spirit Airlines
|Flight from Boston ORH to Atlanta ATL||No airlines|
Keep in mind the time difference between the two cities. Atlanta is one hour ahead of Boston. Only economy class nonstop flights to Atlanta are available. If you are looking for business or first class flight, you may have to settle with a one-stop flight. Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is the popular layover airport for most of the carriers.
How Long is the Flight to Atlanta from Boston?
If this is your first flight from Boston to Atlanta, you might have this question in your mind. The distance and time might vary a bit between different airports have been shared.
|Flight||Flight Distance||Flight Time|
|Flight from BOS to ATL||606 miles/975 km||1 hour 26 minutes|
|Flight from ORH to ATL||591 miles/950 km||1 hour, 25 minutes|
Note: The flight time and distance might differ from airlines to airlines based on speed of their airplanes and the route they take. Moreover, the time refers to the time spent in air. It does not include take-off and landing timings. Mind the layover time while booking your ticket with a connecting flight.
How to Book Cheap Flights from Boston to Atlanta?
Though Cheapfaremart has got an intelligent flight booking engine to help you search for the best economy, premium economy, business class and first class flight deals, here are some proven tricks to
Finding cheap flight tickets doesn’t ask for applying any science. Try to find the time window when fewer people would like traveling. This helps in beating the competition and grabbing the best airfare deals.
1. Search ticket prices as a single traveler
Even if you are going with your family, it’s wise to search flight ticket for a single traveler. Depending upon the location of the seats in the plane, they are charged differently and when you search for multiple travelers, the fare you will find is the fare of the most expensive seat. For example, if there are four seats: A іѕ $200, seats B аnd C are $300, аnd ѕеаt D іѕ $400, the airline will show the highest value, i.e., $400 for each if a traveler searches for a flight for 4 passengers.
2. Flying with a redeye flight could be a money saver
Not many want to be deprived of sleep. This factor can work in your favor and help you save a few dollars. Choose graveyard late night or early morning timing to depart from your city. You will find a fair difference between the airfare of redeye flights and that of other flights leaving in day hours.
3. Look for a mid-weekday flight
Atlanta serves as an international getaway. It also sees a huge number of travelers with an interchange there. Hence, expect high traffic on weekends. Avoid clashing with an additional crowd by planning to depart on week or mid-week day like Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
4. Go in low-season
Winter, from December to February, is the cheapest season to fly in Atlanta. Excluding the festival or event time like Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year, the rest of the time is good to find cheap flight tickets to Atlanta.
5. Fly with budget airlines
Thanks to the presence of low-cost carriers like Spirit on the route, you may easily get a cheap flight ticket to Atlanta from Boston. However, you should also take note whether the ticket you purchase is refundable or non-refundable. Check for the baggage fee.