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As the major air center for the Capital Region, Northeastern New York and Western New England, the Albany International Airport offers a wide-range of facilities and services. A recently completed multi-million dollar capital redevelopment project included a new 230,000 square foot terminal, parking garage, air traffic control tower, and cargo facility. The airport has also embarked on a five-year $232 million Capital Plan to improve and maintain safety and to meet the needs of air travelers and air carriers well into the 21st Century.
With frequent daily flights to major hubs (Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago), seasonal service to New York (Newark, LaGuardia) and low-cost non-stop service to five Florida destinations (Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Palm Beach, Punta Gorda, St. Pete-Clearwater) – Asheville Regional Airport is rated one of the best connected regional airports in America. Served by Allegiant, American, Delta and United, Asheville Regional Airport is an easy and welcoming gateway to and from Western North Carolina.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) embodies Austin, a city known for its distinctive character, its hospitality, and, of course, its music. We are part of the community it serves, and we are just one of the many faces of our community’s culture and character. The airport is governed by the Austin City Council and proudly contributes to the City of Austin’s mission of being the best-managed city in the country. Together, we are working toward making Austin the most livable place in the country. AUS’ economic impact to the Central Texas region is $2.4 billion, supporting over 42,500 jobs.
As Arkansas’ largest commercial airport serving nearly 2 million passengers annually, Bill and Hillary Clinton National (LIT) is home to six airlines with more than 70 arrivals and departures each day. The State of Arkansas estimates that the airport makes a $1.2 billion economic impact each year.
The Boise Airport (BOI) is a municipally owned entity operating as a self-supporting enterprise. BOI is served by 6 airlines which offer daily service to 19 nonstop destinations. In 2014, more than 2.75 million passengers traveled through Boise Airport.
Boston Logan, a short distance from the intersection of Route 128 and I-90 and five minutes from downtown Boston, serves as the gateway to the New England region and offers nonstop service to 76 domestic and 52 international destinations and in 2014 handled 31.6 million passengers. Boston Logan is served by two public transit lines and is the Air Line Pilot Association’s Airport of the Year for 2008 because of its commitment to safety. The airport generates $13 billion in total economic impact each year.
Bradley International Airport (BDL) is the second largest airport in New England, with a customer base that covers the entire Northeast. According to the most recent economic impact analysis, Bradley International Airport contributes $4 billion in economic activity to the state of Connecticut and the surrounding region, representing $1.2 billion in wages and 18,000 full-time jobs.
Welcome to Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR)! For 85 years, we’ve been known as the friendliest, most convenient airport for flying to or from Los Angeles, Hollywood, and the San Fernando Valley. Commercial airlines, cargo planes, general aviation, and military aircraft all operate out of BUR, and it’s the closest L.A.-area airport to most of the region’s popular tourist destinations.
Over the last 20 years, the presence and growth of Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) and its airline hub has resulted in CLT becoming not only one of the busiest airports in the U.S., but in the entire world. With a forward-thinking philosophy, and a focus on constant growth, CLT sees itself as an Airport of the future. Charlotte Douglas International Airport is the nation’s 6th largest airport in operations, and 8th busiest in passengers. Our growth has been remarkable, over the last 10 years especially, increasing from 25 million total passengers in 2004, to 44.3 million total passengers in 2014.
Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD), the 2nd busiest airport in the US, is just 20 miles from downtown Chicago with convenient connections by train, bus or car. Home to the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere (The Willis Tower), Chicago has 2.6 million residents and is the gateway to the third largest metropolitan area in the US covering three states – Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana. From the largest exhibition space in North America (2.2 million SF at McCormick Place Convention Center) to its 26 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, Chicago has everything for the business or pleasure traveler. Chicago is also corporate headquarters to United Airlines where O'Hare is its major hub. The airport has four terminals with three serving both domestic and international flights (departures only) and one terminal serving international flights only. The Hilton Chicago O'Hare Hotel is directly connected to the airport.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is located in Hebron, Kentucky, just 13 miles from downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Opened back in 1947, the airport has one Main Terminal in operation with two concourses. Concourse B serves Delta passengers and Concourse A serves all other airlines. The airport serves the tri-state area of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana and provides non-stop service to over 65 cities including Paris, France, Toronto, Canada, and Cancun, Mexico.
Colorado Springs Airport (COS) is widely known as one of the easiest, quickest and most stress-free airports to get in or out of, but it is also much more. The goal of the Colorado Springs Airport is to provide the public with the best travel experience possible. COS is ideally situated close to the geographic center of the United States. COS’ three-level, 275,000 square-foot, 12 gate terminal facility opened in 1994. Numerous skylights and large windows provide panoramic views of Pikes Peak and Colorado’s Front Range. The farthest gate is less than 1,000 feet walking distance from ticket counters or baggage carousel.
The Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) is much like a 2600-acre city with more than 50 agencies and businesses located on the airport property. Air passenger and cargo service is provided by scheduled airlines, jet freight carriers, two fixed base operators, and various charter flights. Air operations are conducted on an 8600' x 150' runway and an 8000' x 150' runway. Annually, the airport serves more than 1.2 million passengers and processes more than 168,000 tons of air cargo.
Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport warmly welcomes more than 63 million customers along their journey every year, elevating DFW to a status as one of the most frequently visited superhub airports in the world. DFW Airport customers can choose among 149 domestic and 58 international nonstop destinations worldwide. DFW is elevating the customer experience with modernized facilities and updated amenities, as well as through a $2.7 billion Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program to renovate its four original terminal buildings. Centered between its owner cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW Airport also serves as a major economic generator for the North Texas region, producing over $37 billion in economic impact each year by connecting people through business and leisure travel.
Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) is located in Madison, the capital of Wisconsin. MSN is served by 4 major airlines and handles over 1.5 million passengers annually. MSN has non-stop flights to 13 hubs with over 90 departures and arrivals daily.
Located near the “Crossroads of the America” – Interstates 70 and 75, the Dayton International Airport provides air service to meet the needs of travelers to and from Southwest Ohio. More importantly, the Dayton International Airport is Easy to and through! It is our mission to contribute to the prosperity of Southwest Ohio by connecting it to the rest of the world through our aviation system. Airport staff is dedicated to providing you with an enjoyable travel experience. Our hope is that you will remember having a pleasant experience when using the Dayton International Airport. When making your travel plans, think Dayton first!
Denver International Airport is the 17th-busiest airport in the world and the fifth-busiest airport in the United States. With more than 53 million passengers traveling through the airport each year, DIA is one of the busiest airline hubs in the world’s largest aviation market. DIA is the primary economic engine for the state of Colorado, generating more than $26 billion for the region annually.
Des Moines International Airport (DSM) is located three miles from the Des Moines business district and serves all of Central Iowa. An insurance and financial center, Des Moines has won awards including No. 1 by Forbes as "Best Place for Business and Careers' and No. 1 for "Best City to Live and Work' by Kiplinger's Finance. The airport handles approximately two million passengers per year and is in the top 100 most active commercial airports in the United States. Due to its central US location, Des Moines Airport also has a strong air cargo presence.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) welcomed more than 32.5 million passengers in 2014 and is one of the world’s leading air transportation hubs. With service from 13 scheduled passenger airlines, Michigan’s largest airport offers more than 1,100 flights per day to and from nearly 150 nonstop destinations on four continents. In 2010, DTW ranked highest in overall customer satisfaction among large airports in the J.D. Power and Associates North America Airport Satisfaction Study. With two award-winning passenger terminals, six jet runways, and an onsite AAA Four-Diamond Westin Hotel, DTW is among the world’s most efficient, customer friendly and operationally capable airports in North America. DTW is operated by Wayne County Airport Authority, which also operates nearby Willow Run Airport – an important corporate, cargo and general aviation facility. The Airport Authority is entirely self-sustaining and does not receive tax dollars to support airport operations.
El Paso International Airport (ELP) is the gateway to West Texas, Southern New Mexico and Northern Mexico. It provides airline passenger services, air cargo, and general aviation services. ELP is favored with abundant land (nearly 7,100 acres) and beautiful flying weather. ELP is located 6 miles east of downtown El Paso and 1.7 miles north of Interstate 10 Exit 25 (Airway Blvd).
Bishop International Airport (FNT) is "The smart way to fly." Flint offers the lowest average airfares in Michigan and guarantees you all of the destination options of a larger airport, flying from the comfort of a relaxing and beautiful facility. At FNT, our goal is to make your transition from ground travel to air travel easy, safe and pleasant. Our passenger terminal, which opened in 1993, was designed, engineered and built with visions of the 21st century, while always keeping the needs of the traveler as the focus. The terminal is bright, spacious and clean, with beautiful art work displayed throughout the building.
The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) serves the needs of 24.6 million annual passengers. FLL is ranked 21st in the U.S. in total passenger traffic and 13th in domestic origin and destination passengers. There are more than 300 departure and 300 arrival flights a day. FLL offers nonstop service to more than 100 U.S. cities and flights to Canada, Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Latin America, and Europe. FLL averages 621 commercial flights per day on 30 airlines. Each day over 67,000 travelers pass through the four terminals at FLL.
Fresno Yosemite International (FAT) provides safe, convenient non-stop air service connections for business and leisure travelers. It is the only self-sufficient airport serving the Central San Joaquin Valley; a six county region with a population base of nearly 1 million where the Fresno Clovis Metropolitan Area is the large urban area and the principal business center in the region. Eight air carriers provide nonstop service from FAT to ten domestic and international destinations. Located in the fifth largest city in California, over 1.2 million business and leisure passengers travel through the airport each year.
Houston’s largest airport, George Bush Intercontinental (IAH), joined the Houston Airport System in June 1969. Bush Intercontinental is located approximately 23 miles north of downtown Houston. IAH is the 11th busiest U.S. airport, servicing more than 40 million passengers in 2014. IAH has 5 passenger terminals with Terminal E for international travelers. The $440 million facility has been designed to streamline the customs, immigration and baggage process for visitors coming to Houston.
At the Ford Airport, we're making travel better. We offer 122 nonstop flights a day to 24 popular destinations. When you fly with us, you spend less time driving to big city airports, waiting in big city lines, paying big city premium parking costs, and dealing with big city traffic headaches. Our newly renovated concourses are spacious, comfortable, and offer plenty of pre-flight tastes and treats. In Grand Rapids, we're known as Beer City, U.S.A., and our airport reflects the West Michigan regional culture. We are home to a city Forbes voted the "#1 Place to Raise a Family" (April, 2014), and the "#3 Best Job Market Nationwide" (Manpower, 2015). As our region grows, our airport continues to find ways to grow with it — from hospitality, technology, customer service, and comfort - we prove each and every day that getting there is better here.
Welcome to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP). Convenient Location. Easy Parking. Low Fares. Direct Flights. More than 1.9 million passengers per year are served by 5 major airlines offering 49 non-stop average daily departures to 15 major cities and 18 airports across the US. A connection in one of those 15 cities makes access to the world easy from GSP International.
Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL) is the world’s busiest and most efficient airport, serving more than 96.1 million passengers annually with nonstop service to more than 150 U.S. destinations and nearly 70 international destinations in more than 45 countries. ATL boasts a direct economic impact of $34.8 billion in metro Atlanta and a total direct economic impact of $70.9 billion in Georgia. The Airport is the largest employer in Georgia, with more than 63,000 employees. The Airport is a frequent recipient of awards of excellence for concessions, operations, architectural engineering and construction – including the 2013 Global Efficiency Excellence Award from the Air Transport Research Society, 2013 Project of the Year, Architectural Category for the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal from the American Association of Airport Executives Southeast chapter and the 2012 Best Airport in North America, Business Travel Award from the Business Traveler Magazine. ATL has completed more than $6 billion worth of capital improvements, including a new, energy-efficient rental car center, a gold LEED-certified international terminal and aesthetic and functional upgrades to its concourses, people movers and parking services.
Huntsville International Airport (HSV) is the largest commercial airport in North Alabama, serving more than 1.2 million passengers annually. HSV is known throughout its 18-county service region for outstanding customer service, state-of-the-art technology and convenience. HSV has nonstop service to nine destinations, including: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, and two airports in Washington D.C. – Dulles and National. The airport is quick and easy to navigate, and very convenient to all the attractions and businesses located in North Alabama. Plus we recently finished major capital improvements to our baggage claim area, parking deck, public waiting, security check-in and Four Points by Sheraton Hotel – all to make your experience at HSV more enjoyable. Fly Smart. Fly Huntsville!
Welcome to the new Indianapolis International Airport(IND)! With more than 30 years in the planning and three years in construction, it’s exciting to say “INDeed! It’s Here!”
The airport has been designed and built to maximise passenger convenience, comfort, safety, and mobility. It is also operated in an environmentally sound, energy-efficient manner. In fact, IND is the first airport in North America to receive LEED ® certification for its entire campus.
Whether you are waiting to board a flight, waiting for a flight to land, or just want to watch some planes and grab a snack or meal, feel free to explore this beautiful facility.
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) is located in Jacksonville, Florida, and services northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia. Hosting almost six million passengers annually, the airport is 12 miles from downtown with taxi, shuttle and rental cars available. The airport has one two-level terminal and two concourses, A and C, and is served by eight air carriers with 27 non-stop US destinations. Both a business and vacation center, Jacksonville has 21 miles of beaches and convention space for up to 10,000 people. Jacksonville is also home to the NFL Jaguars and also hosts the annual Florida-Georgia college football game along with the Konica Minolta Gator Bowl on New Year's Day.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is the United States' 5th busiest airport and was originally built in 1948 and renamed for the slain American president in December 1963. JFK Airport is located in the borough of Queens only 15 miles from midtown Manhattan. JFK has eight operating terminals with 125 gates serving over 70 airlines. After a $1.4 billion redevelopment in 2001, Terminal 4 serves international passengers with the airport's only 24-hour Customs and Border Protection and has the airport's only internal AirTrain station to take passengers to the Long Island Rail Road and New York City subway making for easy access to major corporations and tourist destinations. New York entertainment includes television, music and nine major sports teams. Whether dining at one of 17,000-plus restaurants, strolling around 843-acre Central Park or shopping on fashionable Fifth Avenue, New York City has something for everyone.
John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA), owned and operated by the County of Orange, is the only commercial service airport in Orange County, California. It is located approximately 35 miles south of Los Angeles, between the cities of Costa Mesa, Irvine, and Newport Beach. The service area includes more than three million people within the 34 cities and unincorporated areas of Orange County. In 2014, more than nine million passengers were served. John Wayne Airport plays a unique and crucial role in the Orange County community. It is the only airport in Orange County that provides commercial passenger and air-cargo service and is the primary provider of general aviation services and facilities in the county. It is home to local law enforcement air operations and to medical/mercy flights. JWA is the gateway through which millions of passengers travel each year to their homes, their families, their vacations, and their businesses.
Kansas City International Airport was built by the City of Kansas City, Missouri and opened in 1972. Its low congestion and small number of flight delays have long established it as one of the most appealing commercial airports in the world. The MCI complex spans more than 10,000 acres, and its three runways can accommodate up to 139 aircraft operations per hour. Uncongested air and ground space, short taxi time, and a low weather-related closure/cancellation rate are why MCI consistently ranks among the lowest in delays of all U.S. airports. KCI was originally called Mid-Continent International Airport, or MCI, and the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) adopted MCI as the airport's designator code.
McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas, Nevada is the 9th busiest airport in the United States serving more than 40 million passenger annually. Named for a former Nevada Senator, the airport has two terminals 1 and 3, with Terminal 3 serving international travelers. Just a few minutes' drive from the southern end of the famous Las Vegas Strip, McCarran Airport provides easy transfers using shuttle vans, buses and rental cars. Limousines are available curbside for larger groups. With Las Vegas being the gambling capital of the US, there are 1,300 slot machines throughout the airport.
Blue Grass Airport (LEX), located in Lexington, Kentucky, serves over one million passengers each year and occupies approximately 1,000 acres. The airport is served by four major airlines providing convenient non-stop service to 17 cities and connecting service to hundreds of destinations worldwide.
Long Beach Airport (LGB) is the gateway to the City of Long Beach and Southern California. LGB is served by 4 airlines with nonstop flights to 13 U.S. destinations. LGB handles 3 million passengers annually. Long Beach is conveniently located in the middle of the Los Angeles Basin, with easy driving access to Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties. Long Beach is the second largest city within Greater Los Angeles and home to the second largest port in the country.
Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP) is a public airport located on Long Island, in Ronkonkoma, 50 miles outside New York City. More than 5,000 people fly MacArthur Airport each day, making it one of the top 110 airports in the United States. ISP serves approximately two million commercial passengers a year, as well as a thriving general aviation sector. ISP does not share the congested air space of the New York City-centric airports and therefore has an exceptional record of on-time performance.
LAX is the fifth busiest airport in the world and second in the United States. LAX served nearly 70.7 million passengers in 2014. LAX offers 692 daily nonstop flights to 85 cities in the U.S. and 928 weekly nonstop flights to 67 cities in 34 countries on 59 commercial air carriers. LAX ranks 14th in the world and fifth in the U.S. in air cargo tonnage processed, with over two million tons of air cargo valued at nearly $96.3 billion. An economic study in 2011 reported that operations at LAX generated 294,400 jobs in Los Angeles County with labor income of $13.6 billion and economic output of more than $39.7 billion. This activity added $2.5 billion to local and state revenues.
The McAllen International Airport (MFE) is conveniently located in McAllen, Texas. MFE ‘s terminal was built in 1993, expanded and remodeled in 2015. Approximately 2.4 million people are served by MFE annually. MFE strives to provide top-notch customer service and a state of the art terminal. Whenever you think about planning a trip, think about the McAllen International Airport. Hometown Smiles. World Class Travel.
Memphis International Airport (MEM) serves an average of 140,000 passengers every month. The majority of its customers originate or arrive in Memphis, meaning as an origination and destination airport MEM predominantly serves the local community and plays host to thousands of tourists and visitors.
Miami International Airport offers more flights to Latin America and the Caribbean than any other U.S. airport, is America’s second-busiest airport for international passengers, boasts a lineup of 100 air carriers and is the top U.S. airport for international freight. MIA, along with its general aviation airports, is also the leading economic engine for Miami-Dade County and the state of Florida, generating business revenue of $33.7 billion annually and welcoming 70 percent of all international visitors to Florida. MIA’s vision is to grow from a recognized hemispheric hub to a global airport of choice that offers customers a world-class experience and an expanded route network with direct passenger and cargo access to all world regions.
The Midland International Air & Space Port (MAF) is located half way between Midland and Odessa and ranked eight in Texas for primary commercial service airports. MAF is approximately 330 miles from Dallas, Texas and 300 miles from El Paso, Texas. Served by 3 major airlines, MAF has over 20 daily departures with non-stop service to Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), Dallas Love Field (DAL), Houston Intercontinental (IAH), Houston Hobby (HOU), Las Vegas (LAS), and Denver (DEN).
Mitchell Airport (MKE) offers nonstop flights to 39 destinations coast-to-coast – many on full-size mainline aircraft – and 160 international destinations are available from Milwaukee with just one connection. MKE is served by Air Canada, Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, OneJet, Southwest, United, and US Airways. The complete list of nonstop cities can be found at www.mitchellairport.com.
Newark has long been on the forefront of aviation history. Opening in 1928, it is the nation’s oldest airfield and home to the nation’s first commercial airline terminal. In fact, in 1935, Amelia Earhart led the dedication of this landmark terminal building. (Only London’s Croydon Aerodrome predates the Newark terminal.) Located partly in Newark and partly in Elizabeth, Newark is located only 14 miles from Manhattan, serving a critical role for the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area. Newark Liberty continues to build on its heritage of innovation with leadership roles in congestion mitigation and the campaign for NextGen technology.
Orlando International Airport (MCO), serves over 37 million annual passengers, of which 12.5 percent are international. MCO is the second busiest airport in Florida and has approximately 18,000 badged employees and generates $31 billion in direct and indirect revenue for the regional economy. In its ongoing efforts to value and delight its customers, Orlando International Airport has embarked on a series of Capital Improvements valued at over $1.3 billion and has approved designing a new South Terminal project all aimed at enhancing The Orlando Experience.®
Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is the gateway to Palm Beach County, Florida and the "Best of Everything®." PBIA serves over six million passengers each year, and has been voted third best airport in the U.S. and sixth best in the world by the readers of the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler magazine again in 2014. PBI has nearly 100 daily non-stop departures to more than 25 destinations in the US, Canada and the Caribbean on 13 airlines. Palm Beach International Airport is conveniently located to serve the air trade area of Palm Beach County and the four surrounding counties. The airport is located 2.5 miles west of downtown West Palm Beach and just 3.5 miles west of Palm Beach. PBI is situated adjacent to I-95 and is easily accessible from anywhere in Palm Beach County. Boca Raton is approximately 20 miles south and Jupiter is only 15 miles north.
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) serves the 5th largest metropolitan area in the United States and is owned and operated by the City of Philadelphia. Located seven miles southwest from downtown Philly, the airport is easily accessible by car from Interstates 76, 95 and 476 and also by rail service by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's (SEPTA) High Speed Airport Line from all terminals. The airport has seven terminals, A-East and the recently built Terminal A-West (serving international travelers), B, C, D, E and F. A high-end shopping corridor connects Terminals B and C. The Airport Marriott Hotel at PHL is the airport's only on-site hotel and is connected to Terminal B via skybridge. A city steeped in history, Philadelphia is considered the birthplace of the nation with plenty of historic sites within walking distance of each other.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is the nation's 10th busiest airport and is 18th busiest in the world for passenger traffic. Sky Harbor has three terminals, 2-4. Terminal 1 was demolished in 1990 after Terminal 4 was built and the other terminals were never renumbered. Each terminal has its own Pet Park for those traveling with companion animals. Seventeen airlines serve the airport. Sky Harbor recently received its sixth perfect FFA certification safety inspection in a row.
Located at the center of North Carolina and the midpoint of the East Coast, Piedmont Triad International Airport (PTI) is strategically positioned at the hub of the dynamic Piedmont Triad region, situated between the cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point where I-40, I-85 and the future I-73 and I-74 converge. More than 4.5 million people live within a 90-minute drive of PTI. PTI is part of a 4,000-acre campus, home to more than 50 companies that infuse an estimated $1 billion into the local community annually.
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) offers a wide range of passenger amenities, including a superlative array of dining and shopping, all at street level pricing. The newly completed terrazzo floor is part of a multi-million dollar investment in the facility. Passengers flying to Pittsburgh International Airport can access 52 nonstop destinations on a dozen carriers. Eight different carriers have added 12 new nonstop destinations in the past year from Pittsburgh International, reflecting the airport’s new aggressive strategy to recruit airlines.
Centrally located in Ohio, Port Columbus International Airport is one of three airports operated by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, including Rickenbacker International and Bolton Field airports. Opened in 1929, Port Columbus offers nearly 150 daily departures to 34 destinations from Columbus, the fifteenth largest U.S. city. Nearly 6.4 million passengers traveled through Port Columbus in 2014.
Portland International Airport (PDX) is Oregon's largest commercial airport welcoming over 14 million people a year. The airport has nonstop international service to Amsterdam and Tokyo as well as to many other domestic locations across the country. The airport is located just 12 miles outside of downtown Portland and is easily accessible by the MAX Red Line light rail service. PDX prides itself on its top rating in customer service as well as on on-time performance. PDX won the FlightStats On-time Performance award among Major North American Airports with an on-time percentage of 86.02%
Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) is located about 15 miles west of Raleigh, North Carolina. The airport has two terminals, 1 and 2. Terminal 1 is a hub for Southwest. A brand new Terminal 2 opened in 2011 and handles the majority of airlines and passengers. Ground transportation is provided by a variety of services including public buses and trains, taxis, shuttles and rental cars. The airport serves the area known Research Triangle Park, home to more than 170 global companies such as IBM, Syngenta, Cisco and Credit Suisse. The surrounding area includes Cary, Durham and Chapel Hill, home to the University of North Carolina.
Serving an estimated 20 million passengers annually, Reagan National Airport DCA is the closer of the two Washington airports serving the U.S. capital city of Washington, D.C. (the other being Dulles IAD). DCA offers a great view of the Nation's Capital, and quality shopping & dining in both pre- and post-security areas. DCA specifically caters its many services to key players and opinion leaders in the political arena and to the business clientele of the many Fortune 500 companies located in the region. The airport serves as one of the top commuter airports in the U.S., with 152 weekly flights to Boston and 86 weekly flights to New York City.
Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is located 10 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento, California. Serving as the gateway to Northern California, the airport is centrally located between Napa Valley, Yosemite National Park and Lake Tahoe. Handling nearly 9 million passengers annually, Sacramento Airport has two terminals, Terminal A and the recently upgraded Terminal B. The airport has 11 airlines that provide non-stop service to 30 destinations around the US, including New York, Washington DC, Chicago, Dallas, Hawaii and internationally to Guadalajara, Mexico. Rental cars, taxis, and shuttles provide transportation. Yolobus bus also has a connection between the airport and downtown.
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is located just west of Salt Lake City, Utah. Close to I-80, rental cars, taxis, shuttles and buses all provide transportation to the airport. The airport consists of three terminals. Terminal 1 has Concourses A and B, Terminal 2 has Concourse C, and the third terminal is the International Terminal with Concourses D and E. Nine US air carriers provide service to the airport with Delta Airlines operating out of Terminal 2 while all other airlines operate out of Terminal 1. Serving 21 million passengers each year, Salt Lake City Airport ranks as the 25th busiest North American airport with 90 non-stop destinations.
San Antonio International Airport (SAT) provides commercial airline service for the South Texas region. More than 8 million passengers fly into and out of historic San Antonio each year, visiting more than 30 non-stop domestic and international destinations on over 13 airlines. San Antonio is a diverse, progressive and globally competitive city with a solid vision for national and international economic development. As the seventh-largest city in the United States, San Antonio is experiencing solid economic growth in 21st century industries such as bio-science and healthcare. Military City, USA is home to several military bases including Joint Base San Antonio, the largest base organization in the U.S. Department of Defense and comprised of Fort Sam Houston Army Base, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base.
The International Airport itself is an economic generator for the region, supporting over 97,500 jobs and providing nearly $1.6 billion in annual earnings for workers and proprietors. Visitors spending support nearly 15,000 area jobs with earnings of nearly $275 million. SAT owned and operated by the City of San Antonio.
San Diego International Airport (SAN), called Lindbergh Field by locals, is located 3 miles northwest of downtown San Diego, California. The airport is the nation's busiest single-runway commercial airport with 600 daily flights. The airport has three terminals, 1 and 2 and the Commuter Terminal. The Metropolitan Transit System operates the San Diego Transit Flyer (Bus No. 992) providing direct service between the airport and downtown San Diego and stops at all three terminals. Taxis, shuttles and rental cars are also available. The airport has 22 airlines providing non-stop service throughout the United States including both Maui and Honolulu in Hawaii and non-stop services to Mexico and Canada.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) offers non-stop flights to more than 39 international cities on 33 international carriers. The Bay Area's largest airport connects non-stop with 77 cities in the U.S. on 13 domestic airlines. SFO is proud to offer upgraded free Wi-Fi with no advertising.
Operated by the Port of Seattle, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is ranked as the 13th largest U.S. airport, serving more nearly 37.5 million passengers in 2014. With a regional economic impact of more than $16.3 billion in business revenue, Sea-Tac generates more than 171,000 jobs (109,924 direct jobs) representing more than $2.8 billion in direct earnings and more than $565 million in state and local taxes. Twenty-six airlines serve 82 non-stop domestic destinations and 21 international cities.
Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) was certified for operation in May 1983. In response to over two decades of record-breaking growth, a bright, modern, state-of-the-art terminal opened in 2005. This award-winning facility was designed with today's traveler in mind and tomorrow's opportunities in view. RSW served more than 7.9 million passengers in 2014, and is one of the top 50 U.S. airports for passenger traffic. Today, 15 airline partners serve RSW with nonstop service throughout North America and international service to Canada and Germany. With flights to major gateways like Atlanta, Chicago, New York and more, travelers have access to convenient connections worldwide.
Spokane International Airport (GEG) is a 7,000 acre commercial service airport served by six airlines and two air cargo carriers. The airport processed nearly 3 million passengers and 64,174 U.S. air cargo tons in 2013. It is the second largest airport in the State of Washington and recognized by the FAA as a small hub. The Airport employs for over 3,000 people and has an important and expanding airfield aerospace industry cluster. The Airport annually has a $1 billion annual economic impact on the Spokane Region.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) is located 5 miles northwest of downtown Tampa, Florida, and is the gateway to the Tampa Bay Area of Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater. The 29th busiest airport in the U.S., Tampa sees over 16.5 million travelers each year. The airport consists of a landside/airside terminal with four airside satellites labeled A, C, E and F. Fifteen airlines serve the airport with flights throughout the US and into Canada, Mexico, Europe and the Caribbean. In 2011, the airport began service to Cuba and March 2012 Edelweiss Air will offer non-stop flights to Zurich, Switzerland.
For more than 50 years, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) has played an integral role in the growth of Anchorage and the State of Alaska. Today, the airport has an exciting and dynamic future, with geographic location providing unlimited potential moving goods and services and infrastructure to be used in the global marketplace. ANC’s mission is to develop, operate and maintain the airport for Anchorage, Alaska and the World. ANC is responsible for close to 16,000 airport & community jobs, earning $1 billion. That is 1 in 10 jobs in Anchorage!
The Eastern Iowa Airport is a small-hub airport in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Thirty-five daily departures include service from Allegiant Air, American, Delta, Frontier, and United. The Airport is located between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City along Interstate 380. The region enjoys a diverse economy, from the Big 10’s University of Iowa and University of Iowa Hospital and Clinic in Iowa City to Rockwell Collins and AEGON USA in Cedar Rapids.
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located in Chantilly, VA, about 26 miles from Washington, D.C. The airport consists of a Main Terminal and several midfield concourses, A, B, C, and D. Dulles Airport has 82 nonstop US destinations and 48 nonstop international destinations. As the nation's capital, Washington D.C. is home to the President, Congress and the Supreme Court and every nation that has diplomatic relationships with the US has an embassy in D.C. It is also home to 16 Smithsonian museums, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and 70% of the city is national parkland.
Wichita Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) has been identified as one of the fastest growing airports in the nation, serving over 1.5 million passengers in 2014. ICT is served by major airlines and their affiliated regional jet services, offering nonstop flights to many U.S. destinations (the most daily flights depart for Dallas/Ft. Worth and Minneapolis), with connections around the globe.
Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) is the city’s commercial airport and accommodates over 3.8 million travelers each year. The airport serves 22 nonstop airports with an average of 69 daily departures. Will Rogers World Airport is owned by the City of Oklahoma City.