Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Acronym

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Abbreviation Code

MHT is the abbreviation code for Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. According to Abbreviation Finder, MHT can also mean:

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Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

Manchester Airport – Boston Regional Airport, NH (MHT)

The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is the main air transport hub in the region of the three counties of Hillsborough, Londonderry and Rockingham County, which lie to the south of the US state of New Hampshire.

  • URL: Manchester – Boston Regional Airport, NH (MHT)
  • Time zone: GMT -5
  • Service phone: +1 603 624-6556
  • Address: Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, One Airport Road, Manchester, NH 03103, USA
  • Operator: City of Manchester
  • Parking: Yes, chargeable, short-term and long-term parking
  • Nearby cities: Manchester (7 km), Lowell (35 km), Cambridge (68 km), Boston (71 km), South Boston (74 km), Worcester (80 km)
  • Getting There : Either take Interstate 293 to Exit # 1 or Interstate 93 to Exit # 5 and then continue on State Road 28 to follow signs.
  • Train connections: The closest possible Amtrak Rail Station is about 40 kilometers further southeast in Haverhill / Massachusetts, from where there is a connection to the “Downeaster”, which runs from Portland to Boston.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (15.26%), Tuesday (14.09%), Wednesday (14.87%), Thursday (15.76%), Friday (15.96%), Saturday (11.02%), Sunday (13.04%)
  • other spellings: Manchester-NH, Манчестер (Нью-Гэмпшир), 맨체스터 (뉴햄프셔 주), マ ン チ ェ ス タ ー (ニ ュ ー ハ ン プ シ ャ ー 州), 曼徹斯特 _ (新罕布什爾 州)

Favorite destinations from Manchester – Boston Regional Airport, NH (flights per week)

  1. Philadelphia International Airport, PA (47, 13.39%)
  2. Baltimore – Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, MD (46, 13.11%)
  3. Charlotte Douglas International Airport, NC (31, 8.83%)
  4. Washington DC – Ronald Reagan National Airport, VA (30, 8.55%)
  5. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, MI (30, 8.55%)
  6. Chicago Midway International Airport, IL (24, 6.84%)
  7. Washington DC – Dulles International Airport, DC (24, 6.84%)
  8. Atlanta International Airport (15, 4.27%)
  9. Nashville International Airport, TN (13, 3.70%)
  10. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, FL (13, 3.70%)
  11. Other (22.22%)

Top airlines (share of take-offs / landings)

  1. Southwest Airlines (405, 40.62%)
  2. American Airlines (228, 22.87%)
  3. United Airlines (64, 6.42%)
  4. Aeroméxico (59, 5.92%)
  5. Virgin Atlantic Airways (55, 5.52%)
  6. KLM (45, 4.51%)
  7. Delta Air Lines (43, 4.31%)
  8. Korean Air Lines (24, 2.41%)
  9. Westjet (16, 1.60%)
  10. Wideroe (12, 1.20%)
  11. Other (4.62%)

Location
The airport, which opened in 1927, is 5 kilometers south of downtown Manchester, right on the outskirts. The quickest way to get to the airport for motorists traveling from outside the city is either via Interstate 293 at Exit # 1 or via Interstate 93 at Exit # 5. Take one of these two exits to the right and follow signs on State Road 28 to the airport.

A daily bus connection to the airport is offered by the local public transport company MTA from the Transportation Center on Canal Street in downtown with bus route # 3. Please inquire about the exact departure times on site.