Turkish Airlines flies from Istanbul to Boston directly once in every day. Flights take off from Istanbul Airport (IST) and land at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) within nearly 11 hours and the number of flights remains the same all year round; no changes occur on a seasonal basis.
As one of the touristic and productive cities in Turkey, Istanbul shines out as the most populous metropolis countrywide. Encircled by the Marmara inland sea and the Black Sea, this adorable city ranks among the top significant destinations worldwide by its gradually increasing population. It would be recommendable to explore the colorful world of the Grand Bazaar, the historic market of the city, together with the Pierre Loti Hill of legendary beauty, so as to get to know this enchanting city better. You may have a pleasant dinner at the Maiden’s Tower located in the middle of Bosporus and continue your night at Beyoğlu district where you may enjoy the entertaining and ceaseless nightlife.
There are two airports serving in Istanbul: Istanbul Airport (IST) and Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW). Turkish Airlines flights from Istanbul to Boston take off from Istanbul Airport (IST).
Istanbul city center is 35 km from Istanbul Airport (IST). Istanbul Airport is located on the European side, between Tayakadın, a neighborhood on the Black Sea coast, and Akpınar villages.
If you are looking for an affordable, quick transport option then you can benefit from the Havaist and IETT bus services. Travel comfortably with the airport shuttles that run day and night from many places in the city. In addition, you could pay 100-110 TL for a 30-minute taxi drive from the city center. For more information on transportation to Istanbul Airport, check our transport information page.
Putting its stamp on history as the American city triggering the revolution, Boston ranks among the top popular destinations worldwide. As the capital of the state of Massachusetts, the city is located along the Massachusetts Bay in the North Atlantic Ocean. Owning an extremely delightful nature also with Charles and Mystic Rivers, the city shines out by its historical artifacts as well.
During your stay at this beautiful city, you may visit the Museum of Fine Arts which indeed is a work of art on its own, and see the 16 significant sites in the route of The Freedom Trial. This road which starts from Bunker Hill Monument in Charleston, extends over a route of 2,5 kilometers to Boston Common. Moreover, you may have a chance to see Harlem, the center of entertainment, as well as Faneuil Hall, serving as a marketplace and meeting space, and Boston National Historical Park where many attractive works are exhibited. Do not also forget to watch the whales in their habitat by taking a boat tour with Ducks, operating both on land and at sea.
Passengers with a flight ticket to Boston with Turkish Airlines land at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) which is only 6 kilometers to the center.
You may use the buses on Silver Line 1 to reach the city center from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). It is possible to reach the South Station in the center within nearly 20 minutes via the Silver Line1 buses setting off from the airport. You may also use the buses numbered 449 and 459 to reach Summer St. station which is very close to the city center.
Passengers preferring the subway should first take shuttles to get to Airport station and then get on the blue line subway here for reaching the center. You may arrive in front of the City Hall if you get off the subway in State Street station.
Ferries departing from the Logan Wharf pier in the airport also reach Long Wharf pier in the center. Note that you should take the vehicle numbered 66 for reaching the pier from the airport.
Moreover, you may take cabs serving 7/24 or rent a car from the car rental offices at the airport to ensure a smooth transport during your stay.