Start Your Vacation with a Charter Flight to Boston, and Don’t Miss a Game at Fenway
Whether you’re a die-hard Red Sox fan or just want to enjoy a day out in the nation’s oldest Major League Baseball stadium, you’re in for an unforgettable experience at Fenway Park. Fenway is more than just a baseball stadium. It’s also hallowed ground bearing witness to a century of baseball history.
Global Air Charters flies directly to Boston or airfields in Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod, Cambridge, and other destinations throughout the state. Whether you’re in Boston for the weekend or spending the summer on the Cape, be sure to catch a ballgame at Fenway Park.
A Living Museum
First opened on April 20, 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium still in use today. Stepping into Fenway is like entering a time capsule, with its vintage architecture and palpable sense of history. Over the decades, the park has undergone significant renovations, but many of its original features still stand.
The iconic Green Monster, a towering left-field wall, serves as a symbol of the park. Looming over the diamond since the park was built, it’s a temptation for right-handed sluggers and a challenge for left-fielders.
Fenway Park’s meticulously preserved features, including manually operated scoreboards and the hand-turned crank for the out-of-town scoreboard, give fans a glimpse into baseball’s storied past.
The Curse is Broken
Fenway Park has seen its fair share of triumphs and heartaches. The “Curse of the Bambino” haunted the Red Sox for 86 years after the controversial trade of Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees. Generations of fans endured disappointment until the curse was finally broken in 2004 when the Red Sox won their first World Series since 1918. The Red Sox captured three more World Series titles in 2007, 2013, and 2018.
Explore the Neighborhood
There are some legendary pregame spots in the Fenway neighborhood, but none are as close to the action as the Bleacher Bar, located directly under the centerfield bleachers and hosting a view of the field through a large garage door. Cask ‘n Flagon is regularly voted among the best baseball bars in the country. We also like a quick stop for oysters at Eventide and a Guinness at the Lansdowne.
Charter Flights to Boston
Fenway Park’s architectural beauty, historical significance, and passionate fan base have made it an iconic symbol in Boston and the entire sporting world. It continues to captivate fans and preserve the spirit of America’s pastime.
There’s no better way to experience baseball than at Fenway Park, and there’s no better way to travel in style and comfort than with Global Air Charters. Contact your flight broker today and catch a Sox game this summer!