Nantucket is serviced by a host of regional airlines flying out of Boston, New York and other East Coast cities. Many visitors prefer to bring their cars over, and thus take the Ferry Service from Hyannis or Harwich Port, MA.
Nantucket Memorial Airport is the second-busiest commercial airport in Massachusetts after Logan International and operates year-round. The terminal houses airlines, a restaurant, ATM machines, public phones, restrooms, a gift shop, and car rental agencies, and free wireless internet. Taxi service is available. Public shuttle bus service to Town operates seasonally. Extended parking is available in Boston, Hyannis, Newark, New Bedford, Providence, and New York.
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From Boston, MA: Approx. 50-minute flight
From Martha's Vineyard, MA: Approx. 15-minute flight
From T.F. Green Airport, Providence, RI: Approx. 45-minute flight
From New Bedford, MA: Approx. 25-minute flight
From JFK Airport, NY: Approx. 1 hour & 10-minute flight
From La Guardia Airport, NY: Approx. 1 hour & 10-minute flight
From Westchester/White Plains, NY
From Newark, NJ: Approx. 1 hour & 15-minute flight
From Teterboro, NJ
From Philadelphia, PA
From Washington, DC (National)
Nantucket Memorial Airport is tower controlled year-round between 0600 and 2200 hours. Runway 24 (6303') has an instrument landing system, touch-down zone and centerline lights. Fuel is available 24 hours a day (100LL, Jet "A") with overnight parking and tie-downs available.
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