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Cape Air Airlines
Flights from Boston and New York to Cape Cod & The Islands

We're lucky to have Cape Air as our "hometown" airline! 

Apparently, Conde Nast Traveler readers think so, too. In a recent poll, they said: CapeAir is one of America's 10 Best Airlines.    

For a quick, scenic flight from Boston or NYC to Cape Cod and the Islands, this friendly, regional airline is definitely the way to fly!

Flights From Boston to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard

No matter where you're coming from, whether in the US or abroad, it's usually pretty easy to find a reasonably priced flight to Boston's Logan International Airport.

Once you've landed in Boston, then a quick flight on CapeAir will bring you to Cape Cod and the Islands.

From Boston to: Hyannis, Provincetown, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard

Service: Year round

Flight Time: 30-45 minutes, depending on final destination

Airfare: $200+ round trip, depending on destination (Check current airfares)

Flights from New York City to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard

Coming to the Cape from NYC? CapeAir is a great option for you, too!  

Flights from NYC/White Plains to: Hyannis, Provincetown, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard

Service: Limited, seasonal

Flight Time:  1 hour+/- 

Airfare: Varies, depending on depending on destination airport and number of stops (Check current airfares)

TRAVEL TIP: If all seats are sold out on CapeAir for your dates of travel, there's another option: JetBlue airlines. They have seasonal service (direct and connecting) from NYC to Cape Cod, too. 

Airport Codes:

Boston (BOS), Hyannis (HYA), Provincetown (PVC), Nantucket (ACK), Martha's Vineyard (MVY), New York City (JFK), White Plains/West Chester County NY (HPN)

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