Departing from East Hampton, New York: East Hampton Airport (HTO)
Flying to Nantucket, Massachusetts: Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK)
Average flying time: 44 minutes
Travel this summer doesn’t have to be stressful. Whether you live in the Hamptons and you’re planning a summer trip to Nantucket, or you’re planning a summer trip to Hamptons and want to continue on to Nantucket, Luxury Aircraft Solutions is here to help you get there faster and more conveniently.
At first glance, Nantucket might seem close enough to East Hampton and you have contemplated just driving. But because Nantucket is an island, this is not the most feasible option. Even the drive to Cape Cod (where you’d catch a ferry) can be very time-consuming. Being about 200 miles away from East Hampton, you’re talking an almost five-hour drive, when you can simply get to Nantucket via airplane in just 44 short minutes.
Don’t forget that traffic in this region can be bad any time of the year, but is especially horrendous during the summer months. If you decide to fly commercially from East Hampton to Nantucket, driving to one of New York’s extremely busy airports can also be a huge inconvenience. You’re talking a couple hours just to get to JFK or LGA—and that’s without traffic. And New York without traffic is pretty much an impossibility, especially in the summer.
If you’re ready to begin planning your charter flight from East Hampton, NY to Nantucket, MA, contact Luxury Aircraft Solutions today.
About East Hampton Airport (HTO)
200 Daniels Hole Rd
East Hampton, NY 11937
Located just a few short miles outside the village of East Hampton in New York, this airport is a much more convenient option to fly in and out of if you’ll be in the Hamptons this summer. A variety of private aircraft flies in and out of this airport, including helicopters, chartered planes, and chartered seaplanes.
About Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK)
14 Airport Road
Nantucket, MA 02554
Located in the southern area on the island of Nantucket, flying directly into Nantucket Memorial Airport is the fastest, most convenient option for those planning their summer travels to the area. Taking a ferry, for example, can be a huge hassle and can mean long waits, inconvenient schedules, and limited availability—especially in the summer months.