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  1. From Boston to Martha's Vineyard

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    BOS-MVY

    Departing 03/20/2020

    $149*
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  2. From New York to Martha's Vineyard

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    JFK-MVY

    Departing 03/03/2020

    $399*
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  3. From White Plains to Martha's Vineyard

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    HPN-MVY

    Departing 06/08/2020

    $699*
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Things to do in Martha's Vineyard

Beat the ferry with fast flights to Martha’s Vineyard from Cape Air.

Roughly eight miles off the coast of Massachusetts, Martha’s Vineyard has been a warm-weather retreat for the some of the most influential travelers for more than a century thanks to its classic New England summer cottages, pristine beaches and charming villages.

With frequent flights, Cape Air makes air travel to Martha’s Vineyard a breeze.

Martha’s Vineyard Airport is located directly in the center of the island, three miles south of the bustling business district of Vineyard Haven. Cape Air offers flights to Martha’s Vineyard from our hub in Boston, as well as Hyannis, New Bedford, MA and Westchester County, NY. Looking to island hop? Flights to Martha’s Vineyard from Nantucket are just 20-minutes, one way!

Things to see and do while visiting Martha’s Vineyard:

  • Local brews for the craft beer lover. Be sure to stop by Bad Martha Farmers Brewery and Offshore Ale Co to experience the island’s best brewpubs.
  • Snap a selfie with a historic lighthouse. Martha’s Vineyard is home to a number of picture-worthy lighthouses including Gay Head Lighthouse, East Chop Lighthouse and the Edgartown Lighthouse.
  • Famous beaches abound, visit the same sand and cliffs that have welcomed artists, actors and US presidents. From Inkwell Beach and Lighthouse Beach to Menemsha Hills and Aquinnah Cliffs, there’s no shortage of coastal wonder on this island.
  • Tour a classic Gingerbread cottage. Over 300 whimsical Victorian cottages can found in Oak Bluffs, each with its own distinct shape, colors and décor.
  • Indulge at Rosewater Market. Passionate about sourcing locally, Rosewater Market offers a real taste of island life with its unique offering of food products and gifts including baked goods and specialty homewares.

Martha’s Vineyard travel tips:

In the fall, the crowds disperse, and the island maintains a simpler beauty. Most businesses remain open until early October, so visitors can enjoy all that the island has to offer with milder weather and a quieter crowd. Plus, Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine festival is hosted annually in mid-October! Getting around is easy; rent bikes and see the whole island while taking in the scenery along the way. When planning your trip to Martha’s Vineyard, keep in mind that each town – Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, and Edgartown – offers something a little different, so make the time to visit them all.

Flights to Martha’s Vineyard are fast and frequent with Cape Air, book today!