Flights from Boston to Madrid

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Flights from Boston to Madrid

With its blend of old and new, the Spanish capital of Madrid is widely regarded as one of the most exciting European cities to visit. With Icelandair flights from Boston to Madrid departing regularly from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), the Spanish metropolis is closer than you think.

Icelandair passengers flying from Boston to Madrid enjoy next-level in-flight entertainment and reliable Wi-Fi access, so you’ll never get bored on board.

 

FAQs about travel from Boston to Madrid

Helpful information for travelers visiting Madrid from Boston

How long does it take to fly from Boston to Madrid?

Direct flights from Boston to Madrid, Spain can be as quick as 6 hours 45 minutes. However, this doesn’t consider any stopovers that your journey may include.

Icelandair passengers flying from Boston to Madrid will have at least one connecting stop at Keflavik Airport, and often another stopover at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to break up the journey.

What is the closest airport to Madrid?

The nearest airport to Madrid city center is Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (commonly known as Madrid-Barajas Airport). The airport is 18km from the city center and takes approximately 20-25 minutes to reach by train or taxi.

How can I find cheap Boston to Madrid flights?

In Madrid, June-July is the peak tourist season as it’s the height of summer and children are on their school holidays.

December is also very busy as Madrid's main square transforms into a festive market, with visitors from all over traveling to see the Christmas decorations.

Traveling outside of these periods can help you to find cheaper prices – check out our flight deals for the latest offers.