Getting to and from Logan Airport can be expensive – especially when you consider the cost of gas, auto rentals or a private car service. And that’s before even talking about parking.
All this considered, we think a C&J bus to Boston’s Logan Airport is the most affordable way to travel between the Greater Seacoast area and Logan Airport. But you don’t have to take our word for it.
Check out this travel cost comparison infographic. We think you’ll agree – the savings speak for themselves!
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A round trip from Portsmouth to Logan Airport is 110 miles. At a standard mileage rate of $.56, plus the cost of parking and tolls, you could end up spending $139.40 – $200.60!
A four day auto rental for a standard car can run you a base rate of $123.50, plus $78.07 in taxes and fees bringing the grand total to $201.57!
The round trip rate for a private car service between New Hampshire and Boston’s Logan Airport is $270, plus a 15% gratuity of $40.50, equalling a whopping $310.50!
A round trip bus ticket between Dover, NH and Logan Airport costs just $45 for adults while round trip tickets from Portsmouth, NH to Logan are just $43 and just $40 from Newburyport, MA! Need we say more?
Next time, save your money for a few more Mike’s pastries & grab a C&J bus to Logan or South Station. Want to learn more? Contact us today!