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Charlotte to Boston Route Information

Travel Distance:727 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, TAP Portugal
Weekly Flights:413
Avg. Flight Duration:2.10 Hours

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Airports in Charlotte

Charlotte Douglas International Airport is a joint civil-military public international and the primary airport serving Charlotte Metropolitan Area, North Carolina. Established in 1935. it is the largest airport in the country and a major gateway to the Caribbean Islands. Passengers can avail scheduled domestic and international flights from here.

Charlotte Douglas International Airport is seamlessly connected to the city through a network of city buses, rental car companies, courtesy vehicles, limousine and shuttle service, taxi service and ride sharing services.

Explore Boston

Boston is the capital city and most populous municipality of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States. Founded in 1630, it is one of the oldest cities in the country. The city garners much praise for its state-of-the-art park system. The city is best known for its Emerald Necklace, which is a chain of large parks in that are linked by parkways and waterways in Boston and nearby city of Brookline. These strings of parks were by Frederick Law Olmsted (the Father of American landscape architecture) to encircle the city.

Things to do in Boston

Boston Common (or the Common)

Boston Common is the oldest city park in the United States. This central public park in downtown Boston dates back to 1634, and in it lie the remains of the father-son duo, Samuel Sprague and Charles Sprague. The former was a patriot who fought the Revolutionary War and the latter is one of the country’s earliest poets.

Boston Public Garden (or Public Garden)

The Boston Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America. Located as a large park in the heart of Boston, it is flanked by the Boston Common and is a part of the Emerald Necklace. You should visit here for its late 19th century attraction called Swan Boats, in which you can sit on a boat decorated with a white swan at its end.

Franklin Park

The Franklin Park is parkland in the city of Roxbury and Dorchester neighborhoods of Boston. The biggest park in Boston, it features the country’s second-oldest public golf course- William J. Devine Memorial Golf Course and the second largest zoo in New England, the Franklin Park Zoo (founded in 1912).

Best Time to Fly to Boston

The best times to fly to Boston are autumn and spring seasons that run from July to October and March to May respectively. Autumn season is mostly associated with baseball games and outdoor concerts while the spring season is dotted with cultural festivals like Boston International Film Festival.

Boston Travelers' Reviews


Incredible weather. Unsurpassed scenery. Friendly people. San Diego is a place I will be visiting more often. - Kimberly  Jun 17, 2021