Passengers can fly to more than 20 popular destinations around the country. They enjoy amenities like free Wi-Fi, shopping and a variety of dining options (including three full-service restaurants).
Buffalo Niagara International Airport is undergoing a multimillion-dollar expansion, giving a facelift to one of the oldest public airports in the country. Food options reflect local flavors.
Passenger approval ratings are almost always high at this airport, especially for its parking facilities, ease of security, cleanliness, rental car facilities and concessions.
Bradley International Airport is a convenient option with on-site parking, lots of charging stations, free Wi-Fi and proximity to both New York and Boston.
With just two gates, this airport offers daily flights to destinations like Las Vegas, Orange County, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose aboard Alaska and United.
This airport’s motto is “fly easy,” which is easy to do thanks to short lines, sparse crowds and eight rental car options onsite.
Travelers wishing to avoid the big, crowded New York area airports (JFK and LaGuardia) will find a peaceful alternative in the town of Islip.
Loyal fans of T.F. Green Airport in Rhode Island love it as an alternative to Boston Logan for its lack of crowds and its quick access to Providence and Boston via a dedicated train station.
Delta, American, United, Silver Airways and Frontier all fly into this small Alabama airport with nonstop service to 10 major destinations across the country.
Myrtle Beach International Airport ranks among the fastest growing airports in the state. Passengers fly in and out on eight different airlines to more than 50 destinations across North America.