One of the east coast’s largest islands, Martha’s Vineyard hosts some of the Northeast’s most affluent summer vacationers. Originally home to wealthy Boston sea captains and merchants, today ‘The Vineyard’ attracts thousands of tourists every year who come for the calm summer weather and peaceful and semi-private communities.
Packed with history, classic New England lore and sublime summer ambience, Martha’s Vineyard – and sister island Nantucket – is the perfect place to unwind.
The only airport on the island is Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY/KMVY). As there are no bridges or tunnels, which makes flying direct onto the Vineyard is the most convenient way to arrive.
Only 35-45 minutes away from nearby NYC airports like Teterboro (TEB) and White Plains (HPN), Martha’s Vineyard Airport can accommodate almost any size aircraft on its versatile runway.
Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard have a milder climate than the coastal region along Massachusetts Bay. Most summer nights will dip to the low 60’s and even high-50’s in June, while the days are typically high in the mid-70’s, with temperatures nearing 80 degrees in July. Water temperatures off Nantucket reach comfortably into the low-to-mid-70’s in July in August.
We are available 24/7 to answer an further questions you may have about flying into Black Rock City’s Airport at Burning Man – 818-769-3535.