Offers to Boston from Melbourne
There’s more to the East Coast than New York: enjoy culture, history and entertainment in the lively New England city of Boston.
We believe that the journey is as important as the destination, so when you travel to Boston with us, you’ll travel in comfort and style. Our crew are on hand throughout the flight to cater to your needs, including serving meals, drinks and snacks, as well as always keeping you safe and informed. Use your time in the air to catch up on the movies you missed at the cinema, or enjoy your favourite TV show or music with our inflight entertainment offering. Our planes are designed to make your travel experience better than ever, beginning with your seat.
Logan International Airport is located in east Boston, with a direct rail service to the city centre. As the largest airport in New England and one of the busiest in the US, it has a great range of facilities. Inside, you will find a selection of newsstands, souvenir shops and specialist stores. It has a non-denominational chapel, a kid's play area and a wide range of restaurants. Free Wi-Fi is at your disposal, as are charging stations. You can even enjoy a bit of culture by checking out the art exhibits which regularly appear at the airport.
Boston is a fascinating city with much to learn and experience. It has played an important role in history, as the location of the Boston Tea Party and the starting point of the American Revolution. Now, it’s a city filled with museums, art galleries, book stores and educational institutions, with Ivy League university Harvard a short journey away. The city and local area produced some of the great American thinkers and writers, including Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. It also has a great sporting tradition, as the home of Major League Baseball team the Boston Red Sox, who play at the famous Fenway Park. Boston has beautiful natural surroundings, with the islands of the harbour looking over Massachusetts Bay to the east, and large country parks, mountains and forest to the west.See More