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The cheapest time of year to fly to Boston from Washington, D.C. is January. Most expensive is July
The cheapest day of the week is typically Tuesday. The most expensive is typically Sunday
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Washington, D.C. to Boston flights are approximately 11% more expensive in the afternoon than in the morning
American Airlines, Delta, and JetBlue are the most popular carriers operating from Washington, D.C. to Boston
Washington, D.C. Reagan-National - Boston Logan Intl
Fly from Washington, D.C. Reagan-National to Boston Logan Intl for the best Washington, D.C. - Boston flight prices
33 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from Washington, D.C. to Boston is approximately 33 days to departure
When traveling from Washington, D.C. to Boston, the most popular airport to fly into is Boston Logan Intl Airport. The majority of travelers flying into Boston Logan Intl Airport from Washington, D.C. are departing from Washington, D.C. Dulles Intl Airport. When booking your trip to Boston, it is helpful to have an alternative airport to fly out of. The nearest airport to Washington, D.C. Dulles Intl Airport is Washington, D.C. Reagan-National Airport which is located in Washington, D.C.. If you are looking for an alternate airport to fly into near Boston Logan Intl Airport, Providence-TFGreen Airport is a great option and is located in Providence. In June, $82 is typically the cheapest round trip price you’ll find from Washington, D.C. to Boston which you can find when you fly DCA — BOS.
|Washington, D.C. Dulles Intl Airport (IAD) to Boston Logan Intl Airport (BOS)||$130|
|Washington, D.C. Reagan-National Airport (DCA) to Boston Logan Intl Airport (BOS)||$82|
|Washington, D.C. Dulles Intl Airport (IAD) to Providence-TFGreen Airport (PVD)||$174|
|Washington, D.C. Reagan-National Airport (DCA) to Providence-TFGreen Airport (PVD)||$174|
|Juneyao Airlines||PriceFrom $10||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Spirit Airlines||PriceFrom $38||Free Cancellation||Rating|
I will never take spirit airline again. Terrible experience
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|JetBlue||PriceFrom $54||Free Cancellation||Rating|
Love the early arrival. In flight wifi was fiddly and confusing.
1 / 10
|Delta||PriceFrom $64||Free Cancellation||Rating|
This is another disease as if you have the Internet, you are ordinary deceivers!
1 / 10
|United Airlines||PriceFrom $65||Free Cancellation||Rating|
Fast boarding… did not like the temperature to cold .
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|American Airlines||PriceFrom $79||Free Cancellation||Rating|
Flight got delayed on arrival and departure too. No complimentary snacks provided. Waiting time more due to flight delay
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|Alaska Airlines||PriceFrom $194||Free Cancellation||Rating|
The Alaska employee at my gate confirmed my luggage was on the plane, that was not true. I got to Seattle and my luggage never came they said it was still in LA. Not sure why he said it was on the plane, the international passengers on my flight before this one who just so happens to be on my connecting flight were all lining up at the luggage claim desk. None of luggage made it on the plane and the Irish man behind me in line said he also confirmed his luggage was the plane at the front desk at our gate.
1 / 10
Across 42 Delta flights from Washington, D.C. to Boston this week, the average price was $166, with the best Delta deals starting from $64 round-trip. 392 users have rated Delta on momondo, with an average score of 7.8/10.
$65 is the best United Airlines flight deal from Washington, D.C. to Boston found on momondo over the last 72 hours. The average United Airlines ticket price found was closer to $199, however, with flight time and availability significantly affecting the price. United Airlines (7.2/10 from 864 user reviews) flies into Boston from Washington, D.C. 11 times in an average week so prices can vary.
Distance to downtown
84% less than flights
Distance to downtown
75% less than flights
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Washington, D.C. to Boston Logan Intl are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travelers: JetBlue, American Airlines, and United Airlines.
A train from Washington, D.C. to Boston is currently going to be the least expensive option currently available. You can also find deals for a flight from Washington, D.C. to Boston starting at $93, or consider a bus from Washington, D.C. to Boston starting at $90. Both of these alternative options are worth considering when looking to reach your destination.
A flight from Washington, D.C. to Boston Logan Intl will travel around 393.5 mi. In terms of flight time, this usually takes a little over 1h 22m.
Flights to Boston Logan Intl from Washington, D.C. generally have a carbon footprint of about 380lb - momondo offers a CO2 sorter in search results to highlight the smallest available carbon footprints for plane travel. The carbon footprint of this journey by train would be 96lb - a 75% reduction. Although it takes longer, opting for a bus over an airplane would reduce the carbon footprint of your trip to about 60lb.
Because you're going to find good choices for cheap flights from Washington, D.C., to Boston from both Washington, D.C. airports the choice on which airport to utilize comes down to which one is more convenient for you based on your departure point within the city of Washington, D.C. Washington Reagan National Airport is located right in the center of the city so if you are someone that lives in the downtown area of Washington, D.C., or if you live east of Washington, D.C., this is a good choice for an airport for a Washington, D.C., to Boston flight. Because Washington Dulles International Airport is located well to the west of the downtown area in the city this is a great choice for people who live in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and would like to conveniently get to an airport without having to deal with the traffic of heading into downtown Washington, D.C. Boston Logan International Airport is the only airport choice in Boston. If you are traveling to Boston as a family, you'll be happy to know that all of the men's and women's restrooms at the airport come with folding changing tables, there are nursing rooms in both terminal buildings, and there is a Kidport play area, which is a great space for parents to unwind and for kids to have some fun after a flight as a family from Washington, D.C., to Boston.
There are two choices for airports to depart from in the Washington, D.C. area on flights from Washington, D.C., to Boston. If you will be departing on one-way flights from Washington, D.C., to Boston from Reagan Washington Airport (DCA) a very convenient way to get from downtown Washington, D.C., to the airport is on the Metro Washington D.C. Blue Line. Another quick and affordable option is to take a taxi from the center of Washington, D.C., to the airport. If instead, you will be departing from Washington Dulles Airport (IAD), a good choice for a method of transportation from the center of Washington, D.C., to the airport is aboard the Metro Washington DC Bus Line 5A. Another option is to board the Silver Subway Line to the Wiehle-Reston East Station. Once there you can then take the Silver Line Express Bus from the station to the airport. Upon your arrival at the Boston Logan Airport (BOS) two good choices for transportation from the airport to downtown Boston include the MBTA Blue Line subway and the MBTA Sl1 bus route. There are also plenty of taxi and rideshare options available at the airport to get you to the center of town.
There are several smaller cities and towns that surround the city of Boston and thus the Boston Logan International Airport. It is a good choice to get to some of these towns. Some of the towns and cities in question include Quincy, Newton, Brockton, Farmingham, Lynn, and Lowell.
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