|Avg. Flight Duration:|
10 hours 35 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Boston|
|Flights arrive in:||Madrid|
|Airlines:||Norwegian Air Shuttle, JetBlue Airways|
There are several flights per day from Boston to Madrid that depart between 6:00 a.m. and midnight. However, the only direct Boston to Madrid flight departs at just after 5:30 p.m. with a journey time of about 8.5 hours. Flights from Boston to Madrid are operated on a code-share basis by British Airways, Finnair, American Airlines, US Airways and Iberia. Other flights involve connections, often at New York JFK, and take upwards of 11 hours, depending on route and the duration of the stop-over.
Boston to Madrid flights depart from Boston Logan International Airport, located close to the city centre. The airport is linked to the city by the Blue Line of the subway and Silver Line buses. Logan International has four terminals, all with car rental desks and taxi ranks. Boston's transport network includes buses, underground trains, local trains and water shuttles.
The Spanish capital sits almost at the geographical centre of the Iberian Peninsula. The historic centre of Madrid is compact enough to explore on foot and is full of tourist attractions, such as Plaza Mayor, Puerto del Sol, the Royal Palace and Plaza de Colon. Boston to Madrid flights land at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, located around 9 km East of the city centre. Madrid's airport is linked by metro, Cercanias local trains and buses. Taxis and car rentals are also available at all Madrid Airport terminals. Madrid's extensive public transport network of buses, metro and local trains includes frequent night bus routes.