The Chatham Municipal Airport, located on George Ryder Road, just northwest of Chatham Center, welcomes thousands of airborne travelers by private plane or charter to Chatham each year. The airport's proximity to beaches, recreation areas and resort facilities makes it a New England attraction. It offers sightseeing flights over beautiful Cape Cod, rental aircraft for pilots, and professional flight instruction, as well as charter flights to the Islands, Boston and any other city in the U.S. A full overhaul and repair maintenance service and adjacent seaplane base, unicom frequency, operating beacon and runway lights for night flights, combine to make Chatham Airport a full service facility.
The airport also offers a cafe type restaurant during the summer months. For information, transportation and services, contact (508) 945-9000.
By Auto: The best auto route is over the Sagamore Bridge at the eastern end of the Cape Cod Canal, due east on the mid-Cape Highway (Route 6) to Route 137. Take Exit 11 on Route 6. Take Route 137 (left turn) to its end at Route 28. Turn left on Route 28 to town center.
By Air: The Chatham Municipal Airport, located on George Ryder Road, just northwest of Chatham Center, welcomes thousands of airborne travelers by private plane or charter to Chatham Each year. For information, transportation and services, call 508.945.9000.
By Bus: Bus service directly from Boston’s Logan International Airport to Hyannis and Harwich is provided by Plymouth & Brockton Bus Line. Call 508.746.0378 or visit www.p-b.com. Taxi service is available from Hyannis to Chatham. In Chatham, call 508.945.0068.
The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority provides daily bus service from Hyannis to Orleans with stops in North Chatham, near the Rotary, Chatham Housing Authority on Crowell Road, and South Chatham at the intersection of Route 28 and Morton Road. The “Breeze (H2O)” schedule is available at both Chamber information centers.
Getting to the Cape has never been so easy! Starting Memorial Day weekend, the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority operates the new seasonal CapeFLYER weekend train service from Boston to Cape Cod. Amenities include onboard concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and passengers can bring their bikes at no charge. There will be many transportation connections available to your final destination after arriving on Cape, including buses, car rentals, taxis and ferry and air service to the Islands. Schedules and pricing are available at www.capeflyer.com!