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Today alone, Netflights has searched over 38,034 flights. 28 / Oct / 2019 is currently the lowest priced day of the year to fly the London/Boston route. There are around 3,658 flights on any given week from the UK to Boston and the cheapest month to fly right now is October.

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Key facts about Boston

How to get cheap flights from London to Boston Tips and advice from our flight experts

There’s something in the region of 3,658 weekly flights from London to Boston Airport (BOS), which is also known as Boston Logan and, more officially, General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport. If you’re looking for cheap tickets, it’s worth fine-tuning your search to compare dates, flight times and departure airports. After all, the more you save on the price of your flights, the more money you have left to spend in Massachusetts’ capital city.

For example, London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is the most popular departure airport on this route, although you can fly to Boston from other London airports, like Gatwick (LGW). Try comparing flights from both airports to see if you can find a cheaper price on tickets. The most popular airlines are Virgin Atlantic, Air France and British Airways, as they all offer direct flights to Boston.

An indirect journey might be another option to get cheap flights from London to Boston, if you’re happy to stop off somewhere like Zurich on the way to the US. Indirect flights operate from Heathrow, Gatwick, and London City Airport with one, two or three stops along the way.

As for when to go, July is high season, so flight tickets tend to peak in price. This is Boston’s hottest month, whereas March – the end of winter, when it’s much cooler – is a cheaper time to book. The weather at this time of year can swing from sun to snow in the space of a day, so pack plenty of layers.

FAQs about flights from London to Boston

Which airlines fly from London to Boston?
You can take a direct flight from London Heathrow to Boston with airlines including Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Finnair, Air France and KLM, and fly indirect with the likes of Air Canada, Austrian Airlines and SWISS. Norwegian Air fly direct from London Gatwick, and carriers like Iceland Air and Iberia Airlines fly indirect.

Which airlines have the cheapest flights to Boston?
British Airways, Air France and Air Canada have some of the cheapest flights on offer.

Can I fly direct from London to Boston?
Yes – you can fly direct to Boston from London Heathrow with airlines including Virgin Atlantic and British Airways, or fly direct from London Gatwick with Norwegian Air.

Which London airport offers the cheapest direct flight to Boston?
London Gatwick currently offers the cheapest flight on this route, although it changes all the time.

How long is the flight from London to Boston?
The shortest flight time is 7 hours and 20 minutes.

How do I get into Boston from Boston Logan International Airport?
Depending on where you’re heading, there are two subway lines offering good public transport links from the airport into Downtown Boston. You can take the Silver Line service from straight outside the terminals – it’s free, and connects you to the Red Line, which leads to places like Harvard University, MIT and Downtown. The Blue Line subway is your best connection to the Orange Line at State Street Station – to access this, get on a Massport shuttle bus outside the terminal and it will drop you at Airport Station. There are also free Massport shuttles to the Rental Car Center if you’re hiring a car, or you can take a taxi downtown for about $45 – the journey takes around 25 minutes depending on traffic. Or, you can hop on the Logan Express bus – it stops at Framingham, Braintree, Woburn, Back Bay and Peabody.

What are the top things to do in Boston?
Once you get to Boston, you’re going to want to tick off some essentials. For starters, follow the Freedom Trail – a 2.5-mile walk that takes you past museums, churches and historic buildings that tell the story of Boston’s past. Then visit Fenway Park – home of the Red Sox – peer into the New England Aquarium and get lost in the maze of streets in North End, better known as Boston’s Little Italy.

Do I need a visa to travel to Boston?
Most passport holders can get an Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) through the Visa Waiver Programme, which lets you travel to the USA for up to 90 days. The types of journey allowed under the VWP include tourism, certain types of business trips and transit to another country. You’ll need to apply for this on the ESTA website before you travel.

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