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Airport options when visiting Martha's Vineyard

 

Are you planning a trip to Martha's Vineyard and wondering how to get to the island? There are several options for airport access, and the best one for you will depend on your location and your travel preferences.

The Martha's Vineyard Airport is the primary airport serving the island, and it's located in West Tisbury. The airport is small and regional, but it offers daily flights to and from Boston, New York, and other major cities on the East Coast. If you're flying into Martha's Vineyard Airport, you'll have a few options for getting to your final destination on the island. One option is to rent a car from one of the car rental agencies located at the airport. This is a good option if you're planning to explore the island and don't want to be tied to a specific schedule. However, it's important to note that traffic on the island can be heavy during the peak summer months, and parking can be hard to come by in the popular towns.

Another option is to take a taxi or shuttle from the airport to your final destination. Several companies offer this service, and they can pick you up at the airport and drop you off at your hotel or vacation rental. This is a convenient option but can be more expensive than renting a car.

 

If you're not flying into Martha's Vineyard Airport, you have other options for getting to the island. The New Bedford Regional Airport, located on the mainland in New Bedford, Massachusetts, is about a 45-minute drive from the ferry terminal in Woods Hole. The airport offers daily flights to and from Boston and other major cities on the East Coast. If you're flying into the New Bedford Regional Airport, you'll need to take a shuttle or taxi to the ferry terminal in Woods Hole and catch a ferry to Martha's Vineyard. The ferry ride takes about 45 minutes and operates year-round.

The Boston Logan International Airport, located in Boston, Massachusetts, is another option for accessing Martha's Vineyard. The airport is about a 2-hour drive from the ferry terminal in Woods Hole and offers daily flights to and from cities worldwide. If you're flying into the Boston Logan International Airport, you'll need to take a shuttle or taxi to the ferry terminal in Woods Hole and catch a ferry to Martha's Vineyard. The ferry ride takes about 45 minutes and operates year-round. 

 

 

In conclusion, there are several options for airport access on Martha's Vineyard, and the best one for you will depend on your location and travel preferences. If you're flying into Martha's Vineyard Airport, you can rent a car or take a taxi or shuttle service to your final destination. If you're flying into the New Bedford Regional Airport or the Boston Logan International Airport, you'll need to take a shuttle or taxi to the ferry terminal in Woods Hole and catch a ferry to the island. Whichever option you choose, plan ahead and book your travel arrangements in advance to ensure a smooth and hassle-free trip to Martha's Vineyard.

 

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