And now a round trip airfare from Boston is just $568, including all taxes and fees. This Azores Airlines special fare is on sale now from February 16 to the 28, 2017. Promotion is valid for travel between March 27 and June 19, 2017.
(TRAVPR.COM) USA - February 14th, 2017 - Boston, MA – Warmed by sun and ocean breezes, Madeira is the pearl of Atlantic with a nearly perfect climate—warm and clear in winter with temperature in the mid 70s. And now a round trip airfare from Boston is just $568, including all taxes and fees. This Azores Airlines special fare is on sale now from February 16 to the 28, 2017. Promotion is valid for travel between March 27 and June 19, 2017.
Flights are via the Azores from Boston, and passengers can upgrade from coach to Business Class for just a few hundred dollars each way.
Madeira Island is some 750 miles southwest of Lisbon off the coast of Africa. Red volcanic cliffs that rise dramatically from the sea characterize Madeira’s fascinating landscape. The islands steep rise creates six unique climate zones, each with its own beautiful flora and fauna that contribute to the comparison of Madeira with Hawaii.
Visitors come for the natural beauty, and they stay to experience the ocean, golf, hiking, deep sea fishing, diving, and old world charm of the island and its mountains and seaside towns. Madeira remains an uncrowned and sophisticated pearl of European charm, where a visitors can experience the sea, mountain hiking, or city culture.
Americans are no strangers to Madeira or its wine. George Washington was a great fan of its wine. His inauguration as president of the United States was celebrated with Madeira wine. American patriots toasted the Declaration of Independence with a glass of Madeira. The legendary frigate Constitution was christened with Madeira wine. President Franklin Pierce spent several months on the island after leaving office in 1857.
Price is for round trip airfare Boston/Funchal per person on Azores Airlines; all taxes, and fees are included. Restrictions/blackout dates may apply. Capacity controlled and subject to availability.
The airline has also announced a major aircraft lease of six new Airbus aircraft. With a transatlantic network, these aircraft will connect Portugal to Boston, Oakland, Providence, Toronto and Montreal, in addition to major European hubs.
Azores Airlines, part of the SATA Group, has connected New England with the Azores and mainland Portugal for more than 35 years. For more information about booking flights visit http://www.azoresairlines.pt or call 800-762-9995.