Discover the unique stories in Beantown’s districts with flights from Moncton to Boston.
The 2.5-mile Boston Freedom Trail will take you into the city’s colourful past. The Freedom Trail Players, a group of costumed guides, recount the events at various points of interest in Boston. In the North End, you’ll pass by the Paul Revere House and Old North Church, where the actors recreate the fateful Midnight Ride.
Faneuil Hall, another stop on the trail, is an old-world structure with modern amenities. Shop the variety of merchants housed in this historic indoor marketplace. A number of street performers are on hand to liven up the already bustling scene on the cobblestone sidewalks outside the building.
The Black Heritage Trail showcases another side of Boston’s history. It winds past Boston landmarks like the African Meeting House. Built in 1806, the building is one of the oldest African American churches in North America. Inside, the Museum of African American History will introduce you to the thriving community that sprung up in Boston’s Beacon Hill.
You can’t fly from Moncton to Boston without visiting its famous Fenway Park. Home to the Boston Red Sox since 1912, Fenway Park still attracts large crowds. If you miss one of the exhilarating baseball games, opt for a walking tour of the stadium. Climb the left field wall, nicknamed the Green Monster, where countless legends have hit home runs out of the park.
For some more outdoor activities, head over to the Jamaica Plain neighbourhood. Many of Frederick Law Olmsted’s landscaped masterpieces surround the area. Known as the Emerald Necklace, this network of green spaces will leave you dazzled. The waters of Jamaica Pond come stocked with trout and perch for some quiet fishing in a remarkable urban setting.
Treat yourself to a leisurely outing in the city’s distinct locales when you fly from Moncton to Boston.
Dive into the riveting social scene of Back Bay following your flight from Moncton to Boston.
You’ll find a perfect blend of old world charm and modern elegance in Back Bay. The historic brownstones that line the streets are home to some of Boston’s most fashionable residents. Indulge in some idyllic shopping in the trendy stores and upscale boutiques on Newbury Street.
The entire neighbourhood comes together at Copley Square. Several Boston landmarks surround this area including the Boston Public Library and Trinity Church. Take a tour of the beautiful murals and stained glass windows inside the iconic church, built between 1872 and 1877.
Back Bay isn’t without some equally awe-inspiring outdoor spaces. The Boston Public Garden offers 24 acres of serene greenery for leisure and recreation. Relax near the park’s lagoon and watch the ducks wade by. You can even enjoy a peaceful paddle on the water in one of Boston’s famous swan boats.
The Charles River Esplanade mixes nature with a bit of Boston entertainment. Cross footbridges over the busy Storrow Drive into the scenic green space. Within the park is the Edward A. Hatch Memorial Shell, one of the premier venues for free Boston concerts and outdoor movies. Delight in a riveting rendition of classical and popular music from the Boston Pops Orchestra.
Touch down in this memorable locale with a flight from Moncton to Boston.
Cruise into the riverside neighbourhood of Charlestown with flights from Moncton to Boston.
One of the oldest communities in Boston, the history of Charlestown stems from its location of where Paul Revere began his Midnight Ride alerting the city of British presence.
Climb the 294 steps that lead up to the Bunker Hill Monument. The giant obelisk honours the first battle of the American Revolution in 1775. While the 221-foot statue is an impressive sight, the view of Charlestown is a spectacular reward after the intense hike.
Throughout the neighbourhood, you’ll also notice traces of its rich Irish roots. Waves of immigrants sailed into the Boston Harbor during the Great Irish Famine, settling in Charlestown. You can taste the Irish crafted flavours in local and imported beverages in Charlestown’s bars and restaurants.
The Warren Tavern, which opened in 1780, is one of the oldest establishments in the area. Although it predates the arrival of the Irish, it boasts a well-brewed legacy. It counts President George Washington and Paul Revere among its many prominent patrons. Grab a seat in the historic tavern for a bite of the delicious burgers and live music.
Charlestown’s history stretches down to the Boston Navy Yard. The once active shipbuilding site now serves as a scenic waterfront retreat. Floating in the dry docks is the celebrated USS Constitution or as it is more commonly known, Old Ironsides.
The 18th century warship marks the end of the Boston Freedom Trail, but offers a new trek into the past. Step into the USS Constitution Museum for some legendary Maritime stories. You’ll discover a treasure trove of naval artifacts and exhibits behind the museum walls.
Drift through the rich cultural heritage of Charlestown with a flight from Moncton to Boston.
Fly from Greater Moncton International Airport (YQM) to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), with a stop in Ottawa and a connection in Toronto. Moncton to Boston flight time is 4 hours and 45 minutes on average. Connection times vary. The distance from Moncton to Boston is around 1,905 km / 1,185 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in the departures area.
Greater Moncton International Airport (YQM) is about 9 km / 5 mi from downtown Moncton.
The Maritime Bus provides shuttle service to the airport from downtown.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
Taxis from downtown cost about $20 CAD. Car service costs about $80 CAD.
Logan International Airport (BOS) is about 6 km / 4 mi from downtown Boston.
Water taxis to downtown cost about $15 USD.
Take the complimentary Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority Silver Line SL1 bus from any one of the airport terminal stops.
Car rental services are available outside of the main terminal building of Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and are accessible by Massport shuttle buses.
The Logan Express shuttle bus provides service from the airport to downtown. The fare is $7.50 USD.
Taxis to downtown cost about US $25 USD. Car service costs about US $80 USD.
All prices are per person in Canadian dollars. Taxes and fees are included in the total package price. Prices and availability are not final until reservation is confirmed with payment. Baggage fees and other optional fees charged by Porter are not included.