When you fly private into Boston and New England, you have your choice of multiple airports to fly into and fly out of, depending on your needs. Not the needs of the airlines. Whether you are flying for business meetings or some needed downtime, enjoy the flexibility that only business and private jet charters can offer you.
Logan’s official name is General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport or commonly just Logan. Boston Logan is an international airport located in East Boston and neighboring Winthrop, Massachusetts. BOS covers 2,384 total acres and has six active runways. These runways range in length from the shortest at 2,557 ft, to the two longest at 10,005 ft, and 10,083 ft respectively.
Logan is the largest airport in all of New England and is the 17th busiest airport in the United States. In 2016 Massport (Massachusetts Port Authority) reported that 36.3 million passengers traveled BOS. Logan Airport first opened on September 8, 1923, as Jeffery Field and had its first commercial flights in 1927. In 1936, the airport’s weather station became the official point for all Boston weather records of the National Weather Service.
Boston Logan is known as an international hub, and overseas commercial travel at Logan has tripled during the last 30 years. Due to the busy commercial traffic created by the Airlines, private planes may experience delays in both takeoff and landings. Additionally, landing fees may be higher when choosing this airport for jet charter travel. There is one FBO (Fixed Base Operator) on site at KBOS, and if this is your preferred airport, we can arrange your flight to and from KBOS.
Live Conditions at Logan International/KBOS
Laurence G. Hanscom Field is a public airport operated by Massport, like Logan, in Bedford, Massachusetts. BED is mainly a general aviation airport and is the largest in New England. There are two runways here that accommodate jets. The longest runway is 7,011 ft, and the shorter runway is 5,107 ft long. Business charter and general aviation planes have three FBOs on-site; Jet Aviation, Rectrix Aviation, and Signature Flight Support.
KBED has handled the second most aircraft traffic of any airport in New England, second only to Boston Logan. Hanscom’s air traffic is primarily business jets and other private jet class aircraft. KBED is the preferred airport for private jet travelers going to and departing from Boston.
Live Conditions at Hanscom Bedford/KBED
Lawrence Municipal Airport located in North Andover, Massachusetts. Located 15 miles from Lowell MA, it is 30 miles from Boston, and 40 miles from Portland Maine, LWM is centrally located for travel to greater New England. Home to 200 corporate and executive private aircraft based at KLWM, the airport features two runways. The longest runway measures 5,001 feet and is suitable for landing jets. Lawrence Muni has an Instrument Landing System (ILS) and operating hours of 7 a.m. to 10 pm. With four FBO’s on site, 24-hour fuel service, and aircraft deicing all available at LWM.
Live Conditions at Lawrence Municipal/KLWM
Beverly Regional Airport is a city-owned and public facility outside of Beverly MA. Located only 3 miles northwest of the business district, it’s a convenient choice for corporate aircraft. BVY is a designated reliever airport for Logan International, like T.F. Green Airport. KBVY has two active runways, and the longest is 5,001 ft. for landing jet class planes. There is one FBO on site at BVY for fueling, hangar, and private jet passenger services.
Live Conditions at Beverly Regional/KBVY
Nashua Airport is another public-use airport located close to the central business district of Nashua, New Hampshire. Originally built in 1934, and later expanded in 2012 to accommodate large jet aircraft, ASH is another designated national reliever airport. KASH features two runways, and the longest is 6,000 ft. Nashua has two fixed base operators, (FBO’s) providing jet charter and passenger services. KASH also offers after-hours fueling services by request.
Live Conditions at Nashua Boire Field/KASH
Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport, PVD is a public international airport in Warwick, Rhode Island. The airport is six miles south of Providence, the largest city in the state. Named for the former Rhode Island Governor Theodore F. Green it originally opened in 1931. T.F. Green holds the distinction of the first airport owned by a state in all of the United States. Currently, PVD is the home airport of Super Bowl 2017 contender the NFL’s New England Patriots.
T.F. Green Airport, KPVD is another regional airport and is a designated relief airport for Boston Logan. With two long runways at 7,166 ft and a second runway at 6,081 ft, both can handle jet traffic. There is one FBO on-site at KPVD serving private aircraft customers.
Live Conditions at T.F. Green/KPVD
Manchester-Boston Airport commonly referred to as Manchester Airport and is located in Manchester, New Hampshire. MHT was known as Manchester Airport until 2006, when it added, “Boston Regional” to showcase its proximity to Boston, about 50 miles south. Opened in 1927, Manchester–Boston Regional Airport is by far the busiest airport in New Hampshire. Notably, KMHT is the only one with commercial service in heavy volume. Consequently, Manchester is New England’s fourth-largest airport by traveling passengers. It’s 4th behind Boston Logan, Bradley International in Connecticut, and T. F. Green. Certified for Category 3B Instrument Landing operations, KMHT is frequently open during adverse weather conditions. With one FBO for passenger and private jet services, there are two active runways, at 9,250 ft., and 7650 ft. in length.
Live Conditions at Manchester-Boston/KMHT
|Origin||Destination||Flight Time RT||Jet Category||Passengers||Round Trip Rate|
|New York||Boston||01:50 hrs||Midsize Jet||7||$13,600.00|
|Los Angeles||Boston||10:26 hrs||Super Mid Jet||9||$49,000.00|
|Miami||Boston||05:50 hrs||Heavy Jet||10||$35,400.00|
|Las Vegas||Boston||10:00 hrs||Heavy Jet||12||$62,000.00|