The driving time from Boston Logan International Airport to Montreal, Quebec is:

4 hours, 58 minutes

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Average driving speed: 62.5 mph
Kilometers per hour: 100.6 km/h
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Driving time from BOS to Montreal, Canada

How long is the drive from BOS to Montreal, Canada? The total driving time is 4 hours, 58 minutes.

Your trip begins at Boston Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. It ends in Montreal, Canada.

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Boston Logan International Airport

IATA: BOS
ICAO: KBOS
FAA: BOS
City: Boston
State: Massachusetts
Zip code: 02128
Country: United States
Category: airports

Montreal, Quebec

City: Montreal
Province: Quebec
Country: Canada
Category: cities

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