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Cheapest Flights from Portland to Boston (PWM to BOS)

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Interesting Facts About Flights from Portland to Boston (PWM to BOS)

Question : Looking for the cheapest flight over the next 30 days?
Answer : As of January 16th, the cheapest day to fly from Portland to Boston is February 11th. Tickets have been sold for 47% below the average price for this route.

Question : Do travelers from Portland typically stay in Boston for very long?
Answer : The average time spent in Boston by travelers flying from PWM is eight days.

Question : Can you cut down on flight costs by changing the day of the week you travel to Boston?
Answer : The cheapest day to fly in February is Monday. Having flexibility in your travel plans means you can save, so be sure to plan ahead when possible.

Question : Who's offering the cheapest round-trip flight to Logan International Airport (BOS) over the coming months?
Answer : is booking the cheapest flights for its customers over the next three months.

Question : Should you be aware of any airlines that have a reputation of delays for this route?
Answer : Over the past month, Delta Air Lines is delayed on 100% of flights from Portland International Jetport (PWM) to Logan International Airport (BOS). If you're on Delta Air Lines, be sure to sign up for the delay notifications to stay up to date with your flight's status.

Question : Which airline has been on schedule from Portland International Jetport (PWM) to Logan International Airport (BOS) the most?
Answer : XOJET leads the way with a 100% on-time rate. Life has too much to offer to spend it waiting in an airport, so check out XOJET to get in and out of airports as quickly as possible. Hopefully they keep that perfect record alive.