Directions by car to Hyannis, MA:
From New York City: Approximately 270 miles. Follow Route 95 to Providence, RI; Route 195 to Wareham, MA; Route 25 over the Bourne Bridge; Route 6 to Exit #6; Route 132 into Hyannis. Follow signs to Barnstable Municipal Airport or Hyannis Harbor docks. Approximately 4 to 5 hours, depending on traffic.
From Boston: Approximately 80 miles. Follow Route 3 (Southeast Expressway); Route 6 over the Sagamore Bridge; Route 132 into Hyannis. Follow signs to Barnstable Municipal Airport or Hyannis Harbor docks. Approximately l.5 hours, depending on traffic.
Air transportation options include regular service and chartered service to and from the Island.
Nantucket Memorial Airport ACK (508-325-5300) is the main airport located on the south side of the island. Local and major airlines that fly into Nantucket include: Nantucket Airlines, Island
Airlines, Cape Air, Jet Blue, Delta Airlines, United, and American Airlines.
The airport is tower controlled year-round between 0600 and 2200 hours. Runway 24 (6303’) has an instrument landing system, touch-down zone and centerline lights. Fuel is available 24 hours a day (100LL, Jet “A”) with overnight parking and tie-downs available.