Private Jet Charter from Toronto to Boston
Boston is filled with rich history and culture. It’s home to a series of great American firsts including the first major municipal library, first public park, first public school, and first subway system. You can visit the infamous harbour wherein political protest, American colonists dumped chests of tea, or walk the same streets as war heroes from the American Revolution. But the capital of Massachusetts is more than just its famous history. It also demonstrates a vibrant art scene, home to both the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and The Boston Symphony Orchestra. It’s no wonder Boston attracts some of the biggest gatherings in the country. The city is also acknowledged for its deep academic roots with around 100 colleges and universities in the Greater Boston area, including the prestigious Harvard University. Book a flight on a private jet to begin your tour of Boston or for your next business trip. You’ll enjoy your own private space while experiencing the comfort and luxury of a private jet. We’ll have you arriving in Boston refreshed and ready for all it has to offer.
Where to Land in Boston
There are several airports in and around Boston, each of which can accommodate landing by a private jet charter. Some of the airports in the city include:
- General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (code BOS)
- Worcester Regional Airport (code KORH)
- Beverly Municipal Airport (code KMHT)
- T.F. Green Airport (code KPVD)
Renting a private jet to Boston also allows you to access smaller airports in the surrounding area. Just let our travel concierge know your final destination and they’ll find the airport best suited for you!
Travel Tips for Boston
With its historical background, diverse neighbourhoods, and legacy of arts, culture and education, Boston has something for everyone no matter what time of year you visit. You can walk the historic Freedom Trail or check out several of the city’s museums, including the Museum of Science, Museum of Fine Arts, and Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum.
You also can’t visit Boston without visiting “America’s most beloved ballpark,” Fenway Park. Whether you take a tour or catch opening day, this rite-of-passage activity is a must.
Boston is easy to navigate on foot, but that doesn’t mean you should limit your sightseeing to land. Start off your visit with the Boston Duck Tours. It’s the only sightseeing tour that travels over land and water to deliver astonishing views of the city.
When it comes to food, Boston has it all. The New England city is known most for its rich baked beans, but they’re also admired for their seafood–from lobster rolls or New England clam chowder to steamed clams and fish and chips.
Whether you’re in Boston for business or pleasure, Momentum Jets’ can help make your stay seamless. Our travel concierges offer door-to-door travel services, which means we take care of booking ground transfers, transportation, and hotels. The only thing you have to do is enjoy your time in Boston!