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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Provincetown?

The cheapest flights to Provincetown found within the past 7 days were $92. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BOS Provincetown Feb 14 - Feb 14 $92
BOS Hyannis Feb 9 - Feb 12 $227
EWR Provincetown Feb 7 - Feb 10 $304
JFK Hyannis Mar 16 - Mar 20 $560
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BOS Provincetown Jan 24 - Jan 26 $98
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Provincetown Flight Information

Traveling toProvincetown
Lowest Price$92
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingCape Air, JetBlue Airways, American Airlines
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FAQs about Provincetown Flights

Which airlines fly to Provincetown?

Is Provincetown the first stopover on your big world adventure? Savvy travelers recommend getting there with Cape Air.

What airport is best to fly into Provincetown?

Flying in and out of Provincetown is easy, as it's serviced by just one airport. You'll find Provincetown, MA Airport (PVC-Provincetown Municipal) about 2 miles (4 kilometers) from the sights and sounds of downtown.

Places to visit in Provincetown

You really can't go to Provincetown without stopping by the Pilgrim Monument. This famous attraction lures teems of travelers like yourself every year.

Got a couple of spare hours up your sleeve? Stop by Herring Cove Beach, one of the area's most significant attractions.

Race Point Lighthouse has led many boats to shore throughout its time and is an important monument in the region. Like some more options? With a gorgeous view of the water and a long history, Long Point Lighthouse makes for a pleasurable day trip. But there's more. Pick a quiet lookout, set up your camera and watch the sunset from Wood End Lighthouse.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Provincetown

Make your journey to Provincetown a little easier by reading over these handy security tips:

  • Make sure your boarding pass and passport are easy to reach. You will be asked to present them straightaway.
  • USB sticks, wallets and keys must be placed in a tray for X-raying. If you enter the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be turned back and instructed to remove them.
  • All laptops need to be taken out of their cases and placed in a tray before being X-rayed.
  • When you approach the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to put all creams, gels and liquids in a separate tub for inspection. Make sure they're all packed in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
  • Think about the type of footwear you want to travel in. Slippers are awesome because they're a piece of cake to step out of when you're at the security checkpoint. Try wearing a pair on your next flight!
  • The list of non-permissible items is forever changing. Browse your airline's official website to find out what is not allowed on board their flights.

Flights To Provincetown

Provincetown Municipal Airport (PVC) is just two miles northwest of Provincetown, Massachusetts. In addition to serving small planes, this tiny airport's one runway accepts commercial flights to Provincetown from Logan International Airport in Boston, and vice versa. Provincetown itself, lovingly known to locals as P-Town, is a small, friendly resort mecca. The area is an artist colony with plenty of classes and local crafts. The town draws visitors from around the country who quickly fall in love with the area's Eastern seaboard charm; its museums and live theater; and its vibrant, welcoming nightlife where you're free to be yourself. Provincetown vacation packages are one of the best ways to jumpstart your Cape Cod adventure.

Transportation From PVC

There are several rent-a-car and taxi companies that make it easy to get to one of the nearby hotels in Provincetown, but one of the best ways to get around is via the local bus system. The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority offers a few bus routes that traverse this small town, and a few even offer service to neighboring towns like Harwich and Truro. If you need to travel to Boston or Plymouth from Provincetown and don't feel like taking a plane or renting a car, the area's ferries will get you there and back. And in the summer months, many bike stores in the area also provide rental services, which cater specifically to the cyclists who come to explore the area's beautiful trails. When you're done exploring nature, there's no reason you can't take your bike on the road!

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*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.