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.
Bus Service: Easy and convenient, take the Plymouth & Brockton Bus to Hyannis.
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 US Airways.
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.