Directions ~ Flying to Hawk ~ Flying Into Boston, Massachusets
Logan International Airport is the usually the first stop for most of Hawk's overseas and West Coast visitors. Virtually every major national and international air carrier flies into and out of Logan. Crowned by the tallest air traffic control tower in the world, this airport is big (currently consisting of five separate terminals) and getting bigger. In March of 1995, Massport kicked-off Logan 2000, a $1 billion airport modernization program designed to upgrade Logan's international terminal, improve traffic and pedestrian circulation within the airport, as well as centralize parking. Massport's goal is to create a more efficient and passenger-friendly airport. Until all the capital improvements are complete however, Logan's road network can be pretty confusing - so please pay close attention to airport signage.
The Bottom Line: If you are visiting Hawk from abroad, or prefer non-stop service from a small airport outside of the Northeastern US, Logan International may be your best bet. The airport also offers connections directly into Rutland - just 25 minutes away from Hawk.
Over thirty commercial airlines conduct daily service into and out of Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS). To make online reservations for flights into Boston, please follow the link to your preferred airline:
Airlines That Will Require Connections Within the United States
Although Hawk will provide chauffeur service to and from the airport upon advanced request, we strongly recommend that you have a car during your stay in order to take advantage of all the attractions and amenities that Vermont has to offer. Following is a list of car rental agencies which service Logan International Airport. To make online reservations, follow the link to your preferred rental company:
Driving Directions to Hawk from Logan International Airport
Follow the Airport Exit Road (please be sure to stay to the left at the intersection of the Ted Williams' Tunnel.) From the Airport Exit Road, merge Left onto the Rt. 1A South ramp toward "I-93/Sumner Tunnel/Boston". Follow Rt. 1A South for 1.5 miles and take the "I-93 North/Rt. 1 North/Rt. 3 North" ramp. Merge onto Rt. 1 North which will turn into I-93 North in half a mile. Remain on I-93 North for approximately 63 miles, and take the I-89 North exit toward "Lebanon/White River Junction, VT". Stay Right at the fork in the ramp, and merge onto I-89 North. Remain on I-89 North for approximately 64 miles and exit for Rt. 4. Turn Left at the end of the exit ramp onto Rt. 4 West and drive 19 miles to the intersection with Rt. 100A on your Left in Bridgewater. Turn Left onto Rt. 100A and drive South for 7 miles. At the end of Rt. 100A, turn Left onto Rt. 100 South. In approximately 2 miles, you will see the entrance for Hawk Inn and Mountain Resort on your Left.
Approximate travel time: 2hrs 45min
Places of Interest Along the Way
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