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Reviewed on Oct 19, 2019
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Reviewed on Jul 29, 2018
ran out of sandwiches about 5 rows from back where we were seated
Thanks overall I have a safe flight the staff were very nice
Took a long time for luggage
Flight attendants were excellent!
Overall a fine experience.
Pleasant flight; good service
Plane was great and also good to watch a movie
Staff were great and food and drinks were perfect.
|Number of Daily Flights||59|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Oct 22|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Oct 23|
|Popular Airlines||JetBlue Airways|
Whether you're flying between John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), and General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS) for business or pleasure, you'll find plenty of fascinating sightseeing in "The Cradle of Modern America." Boston is New England's major hub for commerce, finances, entertainment and politics. This vibrant city has also played major roles in both colonial times, and the development of early United States history.
South Station is Boston's busiest transportation center, and it's served by MBTA commuter rail and rapid transit. You could also navigate the city of Boston by cruising along major highways like I-90. I-495 is a beltway that encircles this city and the surrounding communities such as Lexington and Quincy.
If you're a baseball fan, watch some home runs fly out of Fenway Park, or head over to TD Garden to catch some NBA and NHL action. Escape the craze of the city by taking a leisurely walk at Boston Common, one of America's first public urban parks.
A trip between JFK and BOS usually takes travelers less than 90 minutes. When visiting the Massachusetts capital, follow the Liberty Trail, to explore historic sites such as the Boston Massacre marker, Paul Revere House and Bunker Hill Monument. These major landmarks all significantly influenced the course of the American Revolution.