Everything You Need to Know About Flights to Nantucket
Whether you’re a jet setter or looking to make the most out of a quick trip to the ACK, you’ll need to know the ins and outs of flights to Nantucket. Our tiny Atlantic island is limited to how many flights come and go each day, and we’re limited on flight size. Learn everything you need to know about soaring over the ocean to our island in the sea when planning your next visit!
Once the wheels hit the ground, you’ll want to explore every inch of beautiful Nantucket. Access our exclusive Vacation Guide, and we’ll send you hand-picked recommendations for where to eat and what to do directly to your inbox! Best of all? It’s free!
What You Need to Know About Booking Flights to Nantucket
Booking a flight to Nantucket can be a little tricker than anywhere else in the country. Discover everything you need to know about planning your next flight to Nantucket.
Cape Air, otherwise known as Nantucket Airlines, is the local’s choice for flying in and out of Hyannis or Boston. Flights from the Cape are a brief 20 minutes and provide the quickest way to arrive in Nantucket. Flight times begin at 6 a.m. and typically run until late afternoon. The airline allows one checked bag along with one gate-checked bag. If you plan to travel back and forth to Nantucket frequently, you’ll want to consider purchasing a TravelPass that includes a 10-ticket pass.
If you’re planning on catching a flight to one of the major Northeastern airport hubs, you’ll want to check out some of the direct flights from Boston or NYC to Nantucket. Simplify your travel plans by flying into LaGuardia or Boston Logan when booking your flights to Nantucket.
JetBlue, Delta, American, and United Airlines are the four major airlines that fly from Boston and New York City into Nantucket. Flights are limited throughout the day, so you’ll want to plan as far in advance as possible in order to snag the best fares.
Private Chartered Flights
Combine comfort and leisure when you charter a private flight from the Cape to Nantucket. Cape Air offers an exclusive personal air experience that allows privacy and time savings. You can also book your private flight through host websites such as AirPartner, JetOne Aviation, Stratos Jet Charters, and Tradewind Aviation.
Book Your Stay in the Heart of Downtown Nantucket
If you’re looking to make the most of your visit to Nantucket, there is nowhere else to stay but Greydon House. Located right on the cobblestone and within walking distance to all of the best restaurants and shopping, our boutique hotel satisfies your every need. Plan your stay in one of our Deluxe Rooms and enjoy a plush king or queen-size bed, John Robshaw and Frette bed linens, hand-painted Dutch and Moroccan tile walk-in showers, Sony 4K TVs, and a Bose Bluetooth speaker to enjoy in your room or at the beach.
Discover more of what makes our Downtown Nantucket hotel so unique. Nantucket’s architecture is some of the most treasured in the world because of its history and stylish finishings. We can’t wait to show you around during your next visit!