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Most travelers arrive at Boston's Logan International Airport, the state's major airline hub. From Boston you can reach most parts of the Pioneer Valley in less than two hours by car, and the Berkshires are about three hours' drive from Beantown.

Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, 18 miles south of Springfield on Interstate 91, serves the Pioneer Valley and the Berkshires. Other airport alternatives include Manchester Boston Regional Airport in New Hampshire, 50 miles northwest of Boston, and T. F. Green International Airport in Providence, Rhode Island, 59 miles south of Boston.

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