Traveling to Cape Cod and the Islands has never been easier thanks to a some new, convenient transportation options for vacationers.
This spring, the first double-decker coach rolled into Hyannis as Megabus.com began service between New York City and Cape Cod. Additionally, Jetblue has begun its seasonal flights between New York and Martha’s Vineyard.
Travel To Cape Cod By Train – Or Plane
Megabus, which is known for offering fares as low as $1, announced in May 2011 that it would begin twice-daily round trips between New York and Cape Cod. The bus picks ups and drops off passengers at the Ocean Street Docks in Hyannis, in order to allow convenient connections to island ferries.
Since 2007, the airline has offered year-round connections to Martha’s Vineyard through Hyannis, working in partnership with Cape Air. JetBlue is currently doing up to five round-trip flights between New York and the island each week; daily service will begin in July. Service is scheduled to continue until Labor Day weekend.
To promote the new service, JetBlue is offering a limited-time fare of $69 one-way on the route. Tickets must be booked by June 15 and travel completed by July 20, 2011.
US Airways also offers seasonal service connecting Martha’s Vineyard with LaGuardia Airport in New York and Washington’s Reagan National Airport.
Summer also brings seasonal service back to Nantucket. JetBlue, Cape Air, Continental, US Airways and Delta all offer seasonal service between greater New York and the island.
Cape Cod Vacations
With all of the Cape Cod Hotel Packages and expanded travel options available, there is no reason not to visit Cape Cod this summer. The region’s famous beaches, lighthouses, restaurants, and fishing are all right here waiting for you – and your family.