Our data suggests that currently, the cheapest flights from Boston are being offered by American Airlines, Undisclosed Carrier, and Endeavor Airlines. For example, American Airlines flights from Boston to Philadelphia, start at $36, Undisclosed Carrier flights from Boston to Charlotte cost around $37, and Endeavor Airlines flights from Boston to Orlando Airport are around $51.
Currently, the cheapest flight from Boston found by our users is for $29 to Orlando Airport. Prices will vary according to several factors such as the departure date and time, but on average you can expect to pay around $599 to travel from Boston to Orlando Airport.
New York, New York John F Kennedy Intl Airport and Washington, D.C. are currently the destinations served most frequently from Boston, with 225, 129 and 88 flights per day on average, respectively.
Airlines including American Airlines, Delta and Lufthansa frequently fly from Boston. You can view other airlines by performing a quick search in the form above.
If you are looking for a cheap first class flight, consider flights to Newark Airport, for which the starting price of a first class seat can be as low as $179.
Prices for flights from Boston Logan Intl Airport refresh daily.
As of September 2023, there are 82 operators available to choose from for flights from Boston Logan Intl Airport.
Although the minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UMNR) service may have their own age limits, which could be impacted by factors such as flight length, timing, and layovers. It is recommended that you verify with the airline you are booking with for travel from Boston Logan Intl Airport.
The required travel and health documents for your Boston Logan Intl Airport trip may vary depending on your itinerary and personal circumstances. As a general rule, you should carry multiple documents, including a national ID card or driver's license and a passport valid for six months after your intended arrival at Boston Logan Intl Airport. We recommend that you seek guidance from your airline or a reliable third party such as IATA.