Airports

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Nashua Municipal Airport, at Boire Field, was established in the 1930’s and has built a positive reputation on service and commercial activity. With nearly 300 aircraft based at the field and almost 75,000 take offs and landings annually, Nashua Municipal Airport is recognized as one of New England’s busiest municipal airports.

Operations include charter, corporate, military and recreational flights. The facilities can accommodate single engine and multi-engine planes, as well as jets, helicopters, and gliders.  Several businesses thrive in the airport’s commercial areas and the surrounding business district, which is also the home of Daniel Webster College.

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Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT), located only 15 minutes away from Nashua,  is your most convenient connection to major destinations across the country, by way of domestic airlines such as Delta, Southwest, United and U.S. Airways.

MHT is less than 50 miles north of Boston and under an hour’s drive from some of New Hampshire’s favorite ski areas, the Seacoast, and Lakes Region.  The airport is popular with travelers looking for the convenience and service not available at larger, more urban airports.  Travelers also enjoy easy highway access to and from the flight terminal. Bus service is available between Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and Nashua, as well as Boston.

Logan International AirportNew England’s largest transportation center, is less than an hour away and offers more than 40 airlines with flights around the U.S. and the world. Bus service is available to Logan from Nashua and Manchester.