I left my vehicle overnight at the exit 8 commuter lot in Nashua and took the Boston Express bus to Logan Airport for a trip. When I got back someone had cut the catalytic converter, oxygen sensor and pipes out from under the vehicle. If you have to do this park at the exit 6 lot near the station. They don't want overnight parking there but it is better lit and more visible.
Nashua Municipal Airport is a very active General Aviation airport.
Most of the presidential candidates fly in and out of here on occasion during their campaigning.
Operations in and out of Nashua include training, charter, corporate, military, and recreational flight operations. You can learn to fly here and Daniel Webster College is affiliated with this airport and abuts it.
Nashua has a very diverse mix of services and features that make it unique. From multiple IFR approaches to electric tie-down ramps, Nashua is not only a wonderful airport to visit, but also a wonderful airport to call home.
The Manchester Airport is only about 25 minutes from downtown Nashua. Cars and taxis are about the only way to get there. Southwest flies to and from Manchester so the low-cost options are available. United, US Airways, Delta, Northwest and Continental also fly to Manchester.
If your destination is in northern New England, this is certainly a better option than flying to Boston's Logan Airport. You will save more than an hour in driving time, and you can avoid the headaches of lost bags, expensive parking, traffic and other inconveniences of the big airport.
It was very easy to ride the T from Nashua, NH to Boston. The train ride was very reasonable, $5.00 one way. Much easier that renting a car. Parking in Boston is expensive if you find somewhere to park. The subway was very good as well. Very organized system.
I fly from BWI to Manchester airport. Manchester is 20 minutes from Nashua and a MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH nicer drive than from Logan airport in Boston. Otherwise, I guess you are driving. You could take a commuter train from Boston to Lowell, Massachussets and then take a cab or something to your final destination in Nashua. It would be at least a 20 minute cab ride, though. There are also airport shuttles that run to Nashua.
Drive or bike. The public transit system is SLOW and infrequent. You are better off riding a bicycle if you have no car.
Flight line serves the two important airports for Nashua:
A convenient alternative if you don't want/need/have a rental car.