Round trip flights to Boston from Quebec City

If you're searching for round trip flights to Boston from Quebec City, you're covered with WestJet. We fly to more than 150 destinations in Canada, the U.S., Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe — including flights into Logan International Airport, so you can trust us to get you where you want to be. But our great routes aren't the only thing we offer; we also provide an exceptional guest experience that includes safe, comfortable and sensibly-priced travel each and every time. So if you want great value without sacrificing great service, turn to WestJet.

Low fare finder

Don't see what you're looking for? Find all of our great low fares in one place.

We'll get you to Beantown

Airport Details: To BOS, Logan International Airport From YQB, Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport

As one of the oldest cities in the U.S., Boston is a coveted destination for history buffs and baseball enthusiasts alike — especially since the city was the site of several crucial events of the American Revolution and is home to the esteemed 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. There’s also a great selection of local breweries and pubs to explore, including the former Bull & Finch (best remembered as the exterior of the bar featured on the television show 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.

So what are you waiting for? Book round trip flights with WestJet today and you'll be in historic, patriotic Boston in no time at all. It doesn't matter if it's business travel or a trip to see Beacon Hill, Fenway Park or Boston Common — you can get there with us. Fly to Boston from Quebec City with WestJet.

We take customer care sky-high: book with WestJet today.