T.F. Green Airport was recently named one of the "Top Five Alternative Airports" in the country by Forbes magazine and received a Reader's Choice recommendation from Conde Nast Traveler. Just off Exit 13 on Interstate Route 95, Green Airport is accessible to Boston, Cape Cod and Southeastern New England it offers more than 160 direct flights via major carriers.
Shuttle Service: The airport shuttle is not available at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Taxi Service: Taxi service to and from T.F. Green into Providence costs approximately $35 USD
Train Service from T.F. Green
T. F. Green Airport is conveniently connected to the MBTA commuter trains through the InterLink train station. Travelers can access the InterLink directly from the airport terminal through the skywalk. To get the skywalk, proceed down the elevators to the ground level and walk to the far front left of the terminal, past the Visitor Information table, and look for signs directing to the InterLink connector. Train fares and schedules can be found on the MBTA website.
T. F. Green Airport Inbound Service - Route number 20
T.F. Green Airport Outbound Service - Route number 14
Kennedy Plaza is located in the heart of downtown Providence and is a short walk to all the hotels.
Logan Airport is situated approximately 49 miles north of Providence. The majority of international flights arrive at terminal E. At the information Center they will communication in one's own language. The center of information is situated in terminal E leaving the customs area.
Massport provides complimentary shuttle bus service between airline terminals at the arrival levels, Airport Station on the MBTA Blue Line, the Water Transportation Terminal and Economy Parking. Massport shuttle bus service operates seven days per week. All shuttle buses are wheelchair lift equipped.
Train Service from Logan:
The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) fruns low cost commuter trains to Providence from Boston and other points in Massachusetts. Call 1-800-392-6100 or visit www.mbta.com for schedules and fares.
Regional trains take 48 minutes and range in price from $12:00 to $19.00.
Amtrak offers many daily runs between South Station and Providence. Amtrak ranges from $22-$45 and takes about 40 minutes.
South Station may be accessed from Logan Airport by either Silver Line Shuttle or Taxi. The Silver Line service takes approximately twenty minutes. An adult fare is $1.50. A taxi will cost about $15 and will take about 12 minutes.
The Providence Train Station is located 5 blocks from the major hotels and Rhode Island Convention Center. Taxis are readily available outside the station. Cost is approximately $5.
Bus Service from Logan
Peter Pan Bus Lines have flexible bus service to Boston Logan Airport 7 days a week. Coaches are equipped with WiFi,DVD playes and iPOD jacks. Professional, courteous drivers will make sure you get to your flight relaxed and on time.
Rental Cars from Logan
Currently, 8 rental car companies operate at Logan International Airport. They include: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty.
In terminals C & E, all rental car companies have direct line telephone boards connecting to the local facility and their worldwide reservation centers. Each rental car company has complimentary shuttle buses that transport passengers to/from the terminal and the rental car facility. Shuttles run frequently and stop curbside on the arrival level for passengers to board. Departure level service is available on request.
Travelers with Disabilities
Massport Shuttle Buses serve all terminals at approximately 10 minute intervals, Massport shuttle buses are wheelchair lift-equipped. They also serve the MBTA Airport Station, Logan Water Shuttle dock and Economy Parking. Buses are equipped with a visual and audio stop announcement system. Distances from curbside drop off areas to airline ticket counters vary from 50-200 feet. Curbside skycap services are available from most airlines.
For more information about other services for travelers with special needs provided by Logan, please see ADA Services page.
Limousine stands are located at:
Walking Directions from Providence Train Station to Area Hotels"
Providence Biltmore, 11 Dorrance Street: Proceed out the Gaspee Street entrance facing the Rhode Island State House, and walk left towards the Providence Place Mall. Turn left onto Francis Street, and walk for 1/5 miles, continuing onto Dorrance Street for 125 feet. The hotel will be on the right.
Hilton Providence, 21 Atwells Avenue: Proceed out the Gaspee Street entrance, facing the Rhode Island State House, and walk left towards the Providence Place Mall. Turn left onto Francis Street and walk for 1/5 miles. Turn right onto Sabin Street for 1/5 miles. Turn slight right onto Atwells Avenue and the hotel will be on the right.
Courtyard Providence Downtown, 32 Exchange Terrace: Proceed out the Gaspee Street entrance, facing the Rhode Island State House, and walk left towards the Providence Place Mall. Turn left onto Francis Street and walk for 0..3 miles. Then turn left onto Exchange Terrace/ The hotel will be on the left.
Located at the intersection of I-95 and I-195, Providence is 40 miles from Boston (about a one hour car ride) and 185 miles from New York City (about three hours by car). For a detailed map of the area, please visit our website at www.PWCVB.com.