Thinking of flying to Cape Cod? Find out which airports serve our area, what airlines fly here, and learn how to save valuable time and money on your travels!
Cape Cod has two primary commercial airports:
Two major airports are nearby:
Both airports are within approximately 65 miles from Cape Cod.
Two commercial airlines offer non-stop service from "the mainland" to Cape Cod:
Cape Air has non-stop service between:
JetBlue offers non-stop service between:
If you've already looked for a flight to the Cape, you've probably noticed that all long-distance flights will require at least one connection, usually through Logan Airport in Boston.
What you might not have noticed is how much time and money that Boston-Cape Cod leg adds to your travel.
A quick example:
The moral of the story ...
Avoid that last connecting flight if at all possible.
Instead, fly to Boston MA or Providence RI. Then use another form of transportation (rental car, bus, etc.) to get to Cape Cod. You'll save a bundle of time and money!
Boston MA (BOS), Hyannis MA (HYA), Provincetown MA (PVC), Providence RI (PVD), New York City (JFK), West Chester County NY (HPN)