Airline tickets to Boston from Kelowna
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Airport Details: To BOS, Logan International Airport From YLW, Kelowna International Airport
Boston, one of America’s oldest cities, is a hotspot for American Revolution landmarks; it’s also renowned for being home to one of Major League Baseball’s original teams, the Boston Red Sox. The capital and largest city of Massachusetts is also celebrated for its range of cultural attractions, including treasured institutions like The Museum of Fine Arts, The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum. Beer connoisseurs and food lovers will have plenty of options with the abundance of local craft breweries and pubs in the city, including the former Bull & Finch, the original inspiration for Cheers. Perhaps the best way to learn more about the city is to walk the 4 km Freedom Trail and take in its 16 historic sites along the way.
Are you ready to get away? Book airline tickets with WestJet and before long you'll find yourself in historic, patriotic Boston. No matter if you're headed there for business or you're hoping to check out such great attractions as Beacon Hill, Fenway Park and Boston Common, WestJet will get you where you want to be. Fly to Boston from Kelowna with us and find out firsthand how we take outstanding customer service sky high.