1 ½ hour drive from Boston – From Boston take Route 3 South to Route 6 and go over Sagamore Bridge. Follow Route 6 to Exit 6 (Route132). Follow signs to the airport or the ferry docks. (Approximately 3 miles from Exit 6 Hyannis.)
4 ½ -5 hours from New York – Follow Route 95 to Providence, RI; Route 195 to Wareham, MA; Route 25 to the Bourne Bridge (follow signs for Cape & Islands); Route 6 to Exit 6; Route 132 into Hyannis. Follow signs to the airport or ferry docks. (Approximately 3 miles from Exit 6 Hyannis)
3 ½ -4 hours from Hartford – From the city take I-84 North to Mass Pike (I-90) in Boston. Follow signs to Route I-93 South (Southeast Expressway). Follow Route I-93 South to Route 6 South (Cape Cod). Follow Route 6 over the Sagamore Bridge (Cape Highway). Once over the bridge, Route 6 becomes Route 132. Follow Route 132 to Exit 6 Hyannis. Follow signs to the airport or docks. (Approximately 3 miles from Exit 6 Hyannis)
Friday, Saturday and Sunday traffic can be very heavy. Please allow extra time if you are traveling on one of these days.
Hyline Cruises – High-speed ferries to and from Nantucket (1 hour).
The Steamship Authority – Traditional ferry service for passengers and cars (two hours); high-speed ferry for passengers (1 hour).
SeaStreak Ferries– High speed ferry service to and from New York and New Bedford to Nantucket.
For more information about flying to or from Nantucket, the second busiest airport in the state of Massachusetts, please call the Best of Nantucket for the most helpful recommendations. Flights to the island vary by time of the year. We know exactly which airlines and schedules will work best for you and your flights or flight connections. Airline service to Nantucket is available from Boston, New York, and Hyannis. Seasonal service includes those cities plus Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
Charter Flights to Nantucket are also available upon request. A wide variety of aircraft sizes and prices are obtainable for all group sizes and budgets.
Best of Nantucket can assist you with all of your airline tickets, both domestically & internationally. Airline ticketing fees start at $35.00 per person.