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|Number of Daily Flights||9|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Oct 25|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Oct 25|
|Popular Airlines||JetBlue Airways|
Port Columbus International (CMH) Airport is located seven miles east of downtown Columbus, Ohio. It can be accessed by taking I-670 to International Gateway, the airport's main access road. Flights to Boston Logan International (BOS) generally require one stop, and flight duration is around four hours. You can reach Boston by getting on Highway 1A S and taking Congress Street to Cambridge Street or by following I-90 W. Public transportation from the airport is available, so take advantage of the convenient Silver Line, commuter ferry or shuttle service.
Boston is Massachusetts' largest city and capital. It offers a wealth of historical, educational, recreational and cultural points of interest. The most popular attractions include New England Aquarium, Fenway Park, Boston Common, the Museum of Fine Arts, Freedom Trail, Boston Harbor, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Paul Revere House and the USS Constitution Museum. You'll also want to visit the Boston Harbor Island National Recreation Area, the Old State House, the Swan Boats and the Boston Children's Museum.
Boston is located in a transitional area that sees humid, hot, rainy summers and varied winters that experience changing bouts of rain and snow. Temperatures can be quite high in the summer with the humidity adding to the heat, so pack light if you're visiting during one of the hottest months. The city is known for its chic, modern hotels, but offers a nice range to suit any budget.