Find Cheap Flights from Philadelphia (PHL) to Boston (BOS)

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Philadelphia to Boston Route Information

Travel Distance:5,260 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Frontier Airlines
Weekly Flights:168
Avg. Flight Duration:1.27 Hours

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Airports in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is served by two airports - Philadelphia International Airport, and the Northeast Philadelphia Airport.

The Philadelphia International Airport is the primary airport serving the Delaware Valley. Located between the city of Philadelphia and Tinicum Township in Pennsylvania, this airport offers scheduled domestic flights, and international flights to Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. Travelers can avail to other parts of the city through the train and bus service operated by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (called SEPTA) and taxis. The Northeast Philadelphia Airport serves only as a general aviation reliever airport, and only offers cargo services and some irregular general and corporate aviation services

Explore Boston

Boston is the capital city and most populous municipality of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States. It was founded in 1630 AD and is one of the oldest cities in the country. Boston is often called the ‘Athens of America’ (a nickname it shared with its compatriot city of Philadelphia) for its astounding literary and performing arts culture. The city is where several noted 19th century authors like Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow compiled their masterpieces. They used to meet in the Old Corner Bookstore that later became an iconic place nicknamed the ‘Cradle of American Literature.’

Things to do in Boston

Boston Public Library

Founded in 1848, the Boston Public Library is the second-largest public library in the United States. It features an encyclopedic collection of 19 million volumes and electronic resources. The library also organizes many free-for-all literary events and programs.

Symphony Hall

The Symphony Hall is a concert hall in Boston that is famous for state-of-the-art acoustics ever since its founding in 1900 AD. It was built for the Boston Symphony Orchestra and became its home.

Boston Book Festival

The Boston Book Festival is organized as an annual event in October that invites famous authors and literary figures from around the world. It is organized by an independent nonprofit group based in the nearby city of Cambridge.

Best time to Fly to Boston

The best times to fly to Boston are autumn and spring season that run from July to October and March to May respectively. Visitors visiting the city in autumn season can go to watch baseball games and outdoor concerts while those visiting in spring season can attend Boston International Film Festival.