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Top tips for finding a cheap flight out of Boston (BOS)

Purchase your flights during the Goldilocks Window

Despite what you might have heard, we maintain that there isn’t a specific time of day or even day of the week when airfare is magically cheaper. We know, however, that there’s often a sweet spot before any flight when ticket prices tend to be at their cheapest. This sweet spot is around 1-3 months before domestic trips and 2-8 months before international trips, and we call it the Goldilocks Window.

While the Goldilocks Window is the perfect starting point for most travel planners, there are situations when you should book even further in advance—for travel over a busy holiday or during the peak travel season, for instance. In those cases, you should add a bit more time to the equation. And, whatever you do, try to book before the 21-day, 14-day, and 7-day points before departure because airlines nearly always raise prices at those dates.

Give the Greek Islands Trick a try

Don’t be distracted by our nickname for this money-saving trick—it works just as well for places all over the world. The Greek Islands do, however, make for an easy illustration of how it works.

If you’re dreaming of a holiday in Santorini, you might be dismayed by fares that start at $1,500 roundtrip and go up from there. But if you fly into London instead, you might get a fare that’s $300 or less roundtrip. So, even when you tack on a separate roundtrip flight from London to Santorini for $150, you’re still saving a nice chunk of change.

The idea of the Greek Islands Trick is to get as close as possible to your desired destination for cheap, which usually means looking at major international gateway airports in nearby countries. Then, you can book a short flight on a budget carrier, a train trip, or even a ferry ride to get where you really want to be. Yes, it requires a little more logistical juggling on your part, but the savings usually make it worth the effort.

Zoom out on the map to consider alternate airports

When you live in a city like Boston with a major airport, you may not think to look at departures from other airports, but if you’re not having much luck with a cheap fare from Logan, it’s always worth widening your net and checking out the deals from airports near and far.

There are frequently superb deals on flights from NYC’s trio of nearby airports, some of which may make the 4-hour drive or a $60 flight worthwhile. But this isn’t just about looking at airports within driving distance from Boston. Given that we’ve found shockingly low fares—like a $63 roundtrip ticket from Atlanta to Chile—it pays to keep an eye out for airfare deals so good that adding a separate domestic flight to your itinerary feels like a very smart move, indeed.

Plan your flights when it’s cheaper to fly

Most travelers know that there are certain times of year in any destination that are considered its peak season when crowds are bigger and prices generally higher. If you want to travel for less, then it’s smart to avoid the high season and to keep your travel plans flexible. In other words, pick your travel dates based on when airfare is cheapest.

Of course, peak seasons are popular for a reason. Summer, for instance, means everyone is out of school, and the weather is perfect for the beach holiday you’ve been dreaming of. So, if your vacation days can’t be moved around, at least try to avoid flying on the most expensive days of the week (Fridays and Sundays). Aim instead for the days when tickets are typically cheaper (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays).

Put technology to work for you

Who has the time to constantly be searching for airfare bargains? It can be something of a full-time job (and we should know). Instead of losing all your free time to a frantic search, set up an email fare alert for the trip you want to take. Then, when the price drops into the range you want, you’ll get an email letting you know. Do this a few months in advance, and you’ll be able to track prices as they go up and down. Just keep in mind that if you’re considering multiple trip options, you’ll have to set up multiple alerts. On the other hand, you could join Going and let us do the work for you.

Boston Logan is a hub for Delta Air Lines and Cape Air and a focus city for JetBlue. There are 44 airlines serving Boston, which connect to 80 domestic airports and more than 45 international airports with nonstop flights. We find great deals from Boston for our members very frequently, thanks to healthy competition among the airlines serving it.

Frequently asked questions about flying from Boston (BOS)

What is the airport code for Boston Logan International Airport?

The airport code for Boston Logan International Airport is BOS.

Does Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) have its own on-site hotel?

There are two hotels that are actually on airport grounds. The Hilton Boston Logan Airport is connected to the terminal via a skybridge, and it has an on-site restaurant, fitness center, and indoor pool. Some of the rooms are pet-friendly. Rooms start at around $400 per night.

The Hyatt Regency Harborside at Boston Logan International Airport is a short ride to or from the terminal via the hotel’s free shuttle. The pet-friendly hotel has an on-site restaurant and fitness center. Rooms start at around $385 per night.

What lounges are available at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

Terminal A: There are two Delta Sky Club Lounges in Terminal A—one located just past security across from Gate A7 (open 4:30am-9:45pm Sun-Fri and 4:30am-7:30pm Sat) and another in the satellite terminal near Gate A18 (open 4:30am-8:30pm Sun-Fri and 4:30am-7:45pm Sat). Both of these locations offer free food, beverages, and WiFi, and the lounge near A18 also has shower facilities. Sky Club access is free for Sky Club members, Delta’s and Air France’s first-class or business-class ticketholders, SkyMiles Reserve cardholders, and AmEx Platinum cardholders with a Delta boarding pass.

Terminal B: There is a Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club located near Gate B40 (open 5am-11pm). It offers free fresh food and premium beverages, free WiFi, shower facilities, and nursing rooms. Access is free for Sapphire Reserve cardmembers with a Priority Pass membership. Members are allowed to bring two guests to the lounge for free as well.

There is an American Airlines Admirals Lounge just past security before Gate B4 (open 4am-8:30pm). The lounge offers free food and beverages, free WiFi, shower facilities, and a kid's room. Access is free for Admirals Club members, American Airlines travelers flying first or business class, Citi/AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard cardholders with an AA boarding pass, ConciergeKey members with an AA boarding pass, and AirPass members with Admirals Club privileges. It’s also available to British Airways Club World travelers and Executive Club Gold or Silver members who are flying to London Heathrow on BA218. Day passes are also available for $59.

There is a United Lounge across from Gate B24 (open 4:30am-9pm). It offers free snacks, a full-service bar, and free WiFi. Access is free for United Club members, travelers flying first or business class on United or its Star Alliance partners, United Club Infinite cardholders, and some elite-status United or Star Alliance frequent flyers. Day Passes are also available for $59.

Terminal C: “The Lounge” is located across from Gate C19 (open 6am-9pm). It offers free snacks and beverages, free WiFi, and workstations. Day passes are available for $50 to all ticket holders, regardless of airline or fare class.

Terminal E: There is an Air France Lounge on Level 2 near Gate E3 (open 1-11:30pm). It offers free hot and cold meals, beverages, and WiFi. Access is free for Air France La Première passengers, some business passengers, and some elite-status passengers.

The Virgin Clubhouse on Level 3 across from Gate E11 is temporarily closed as of March 2023.

There is a oneworld British Airways Lounge on Level 3 across from Gate E11 (open 4:30am1pm and 2-9:30pm). It offers free snacks, hot food, beverages, shower facilities, and WiFi,. Access is free for ticket holders in Business Class or First Class and Sapphire or Emerald Tier travelers on British Airways, Iberia, Japan Airlines, and other oneworld airline partners.

There is a Lufthansa Lounge on Level 3 across from Gate E11 (open 1:15-9:25pm). It offers free food, beverages, and WiFi. Access is free for Lufthansa first and business class passengers, SWISS or Star Alliance first class passengers, HON Circle members, some Senators and frequent flyers, and Star Alliance Gold members.

There is an Emirates Lounge on Level 3 across from Gate E11 (open 6:15am-10:15pm). It offers free fresh food and buffet, a full-service bar, shower facilities, and WiFi. Access is free for Emirates first and business class passengers and Emirates Skywards Platinum or Gold members. Day passes are available starting at $125.

Does Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) have facilities for those traveling with pets?

Non-service animals must be secure in a crate at all times when not in a pet relief area. Service animals must be on a leash at all times.

There is a pet relief area at the curb outside each of Logan’s terminals. Inside the airport, there are pet relief areas near Gate E7 in Terminal E, near Gate C20 in Terminal C, and near Gate B29 in Terminal B.

How many terminals are there in Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

Boston Logan has four terminals: Terminal A, Terminal B, Terminal C, and Terminal E, with a combined total of 106 gates. Terminals B, C, and E are connected post-security.

Terminal A: The smallest of Boston Logan’s terminals, Terminal A is primarily served by Delta, with one gate for WestJet. Restaurants include Legal Sea Foods, Berkshire Farms Market, Harpoon Tap Room, and Boston Bruins Bar. Shops include BookLink, Dufry Duty Free, and New England Collections.

Terminal B: Airlines serving Terminal B are Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Boutique Air, Southwest, Spirit, and United. Dining options include Legal Sea Foods, Berkshire Farms Market, Lucca, OTTO, Sam Adams, Not Your Average Joe’s, TICO, and Temazcal Cantina. Stores include Boston Tops, Dufy Duty Free, Fifth & Sunset, New England Collections, and Vineyard Vines.

Terminal C: The airlines operating out of Terminal C are Aer Lingus, Cape Air, JetBlue, and TAP Air Portugal. Three of this terminal’s gates were once designated Terminal D, but have been part of Terminal C since 2006. Dining options include Boston Beer Works, Boston Public Market, Camden Food Co., Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse, Legal Sea Foods, Santarpio’s, and Wahlburgers. Shopping options include Fifth & Sunset, Dufry Duty Free, New England Collections, Travel + Leisure, and Shop BOS.

Terminal E: This is Logan’s primary international terminal. The airlines operating in Terminal E are Air France, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Avianca Airlines, Azores Airlines, Bermudair, British Airways, Condor, Copa Airlines, Delta, El Al, Emirates, Frontier, Hawaiian Airlines, ITA, Iberia, Icelandair, Japan Airlines, JetBlue, KLM, Korean Air, LATAM, Level, Lufthansa, Norse Atlantic, PLAY, Porter, Qatar Airways, Scandinavian Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, Swiss, TAP Air Portugal, Turkish Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic. Restaurants include Boston Harbor Distillery, Dine Boston, Legal Sea Foods, Monica’s Mercato, Sal’s Pizza, and Wahlburgers. Shops include Travel + Leisure and multiple duty-free storefronts.

Does BOS have CLEAR?

At Boston Logan Airport, CLEAR is available at the security checkpoints in Terminals A and B.

Does BOS have TSA PreCheck?

TSA Precheck is available at Boston’s airport at checkpoints in all terminals. The enrollment center is in Terminal A.

Does BOS have Global Entry?

Global Entry is available for international arrivals at Logan’s Terminal E. The enrollment center is also in Terminal E.

How early should I arrive to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) before my flight?

As a general rule, you should get to your airport about two hours before a domestic flight and about three hours before an international flight. Depending on your specific trip details and travel situation, though, you may be able to cut that down a bit.

How big is the airport, and where is your gate? With four separate terminals, Boston Logan is a fairly large airport. Getting from place to place requires a combination of shuttles and walking, so it may take you longer than you’d expect to reach your gate—especially if your gate is at the far end of a concourse.

Do you need to check in or check any bags at the airport? There are cutoff times set by the airline, after which no more passengers can check in for a flight or check any luggage. For checking in, it’s usually 30-60 minutes before departure. For checked bags, it’s usually 45-60 minutes before departure.

How busy will the airport be? Logan’s website says they strive to keep wait times at security checkpoints to 15 minutes or less, but if you’re traveling on a busy day or over a holiday, you should allow for more time to get through security.

Given all the things that can contribute to delays at the airport, we recommend getting to Boston Logan at least one hour before your flight—although 1.5-2 hours is going to be the best idea most of the time.

How far is Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) from downtown Boston?

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is only about two miles from downtown Boston or a short 15-minute drive via the main route.

What are the different transportation options for going from the city center to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

There are many good options for traveling from Boston to BOS.

By taxi or ride share: Since Logan is so close to downtown, there isn’t a flat rate to the airport. Taxi from downtown Boston costs around $25-30. Rideshares cost about $25-35, depending on pickup location and demand.

By public transportation: Boston area public transit offers a few methods for getting to the airport, including an express bus, subway, and even ferries. The Silver Line Rapid Transit Bus connects several stops in Boston with the airport, and the trip takes less than 20 minutes. A one-way fare is $2.40. Boston’s subway Blue Line links several stops in and around Boston with the MBTA Airport Station, from which you can get a free airport shuttle to any terminal. A one-way fare is $2.40. The ferry connecting the Boston waterfront with the airport is known as “The T.” There are typically seven departures a day from Boston, starting at 6:40am and ending at 10:05pm. The trip is less than 20 minutes, and tickets start at $2.40, depending on your origin.

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