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|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 22|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 23|
|Popular Airlines||JetBlue Airways|
Escape the Sonora Desert and explore a New England metropolis, when you travel from Phoenix to General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS) for business or leisure. Follow the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and discover historic sites in The Walking City such as Quincy Market and Paul Revere House.
Take an elevator to the top of Prudential Tower or climb the steps of the Bunker Hill Monument and enjoy overhead views of Boston. After looking at the bronze Samuel Adams statue near Faneuil Hall, visit a local pub such as Beantown, and order a bottle of genuine Boston lager that's named after this American patriot.
Make a quick transition from BOS to the North End district by driving through the Sumner Tunnel, or taking an MBTA ferry. You can navigate Boston's waterfront district by cruising along Atlantic Avenue and stopping at the New England Aquarium. You can also board a whale watching cruise from this aquarium. Merge onto Interstate 95 and head towards Gillette Stadium to watch professional football or soccer. Reserve a hotel in the Wharf District if you want a room with views of Boston Harbor.
The flight from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) to Boston takes just over five hours. Once you get the keys to your rental car at BOS, visit the nearby Seaport District to explore abstract paintings at The Institute of Contemporary Arts Boston.