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Flying from Hyannis to The Islands

15 minutes in the air. That's all it takes to fly from Hyannis to the nearby islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.

If you're not a "ferry person", or if you just want to get there as quickly as possible, a flight from Barnstable Municipal Airport in Hyannis will have you on-island in no time. 

And you'll have a great view along the way!

Hyannis-Nantucket Flights

Nantucket Air

Locally known as "AKC Air" (for Nantucket's airport code, ACK). Nantucket Air flies the Hyannis-Nantucket route daily, year round.

Schedule: Flights hourly from early morning through early evening

Airfares: From about $80-135+ per person round trip, depending on which flight days/times you choose.

More Info:

Nantucket Air

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Hyannis - Martha's Vineyard Flights

Cape Air

Cape Air, our primary regional airline, offers service from Hyannis to Martha's Vineyard daily, year round.

Schedule: Flights from early morning to mid-evening

Airfares: From about $80-135+ per person round trip.

More Info: Cape Air's website

FYI: Cape Air airlines also offers flights between Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Check their site for details on the inter-island flights.

Flight Delays and Cancellations

Flights between Hyannis and the islands are occasionally delayed or canceled on account of weather. So it's always good to have a travel "Plan B" in mind. 

What's "Plan B"?

Take a ferry. Unless Mother Nature is blowing up a gale, the Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard ferries will likely be making the trip across the Sound.


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