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Airports in United States Of America

MBS International Airport (MBS)

Location

The airport is situated in Freeland, Michigan, serving the nearby cities of Midland, Bay City and Saginaw.

Getting to the city

Taxis, shuttles and rental cars are available at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Burlington International Airport (BTV)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) east of Burlington.

Getting to the city

The airport is connected to Burlington and neighbouring areas by the Chittenden County Transportation Authority's Circular Route 12. Greyhound offers bus services, while car rental and taxi services are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 802 863 2874.

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Kansas City International Airport (MCI)

Overview

Located 21 miles (34km) northwest of Kansas City, Kansas City International Airport serves more than 10 million passengers each year. There are direct flights to Kansas City International Airport from numerous international destinations as well as major US cities.

Kansas City International Airport has three main terminals and consistently rates among the top airports in North America. Friendly staff and efficient processing times make the facility easy to navigate, and a variety of shops and restaurants provide entertainment while waiting for flights.

Location

The airport is situated 21 miles (34km) northwest of Kansas City.

Getting to the city

The Metro Bus provides daily transport to the city centre, and shuttle buses link the airport with several hotels in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (816) 243 5237

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Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP)

Location

The airport is situated 23 miles (37km) northwest of Panama City, Florida.

Getting to the city

A variety of taxi and shuttle companies service the airport, and some hotels arrange airport transport for guests. Sunshine Shuttle & Limousine is the premium ground transport provider at the airport. Rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November)

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Falls International Airport (INL)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) from International Falls, Minnesota.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport serving International Falls Airport. However, taxis and car hire are available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)

Overview

Phoenix Sky Harbour International Airport is the gateway to the Sonoran desert with its hot, dry summers and mild winters. Downtown Phoenix is just three miles (5km) from the airport and has a number of museums, golf courses, sports attractions, and an aquarium to keep visitors entertained.

The airport is connected to Phoenix via a Metro line, but the city is far easier to navigate with your own wheels. The Phoenix Sky Harbour International Airport has a selection of shops and restaurants as well as an art exhibit in each terminal.

Location

The airport is situated four miles (6km) southeast of Phoenix.

Getting to the city

The PHX SkyTrain transports passengers between terminals, parking lots, and the 44th Street METRO Light Rail, from where it is possible to connect to the city centre, all free of charge. The Valley Metro system, consisting of the Metro Light Rail and a fleet of buses, charges a standard fare. Airport-to-door shuttle vans can also be arranged. Many hotels and resorts provide a free pick-up service for their guests; taxis and mobile app based taxi services like Uber are also available.

Time

Local time is GMT -7.

Contacts

Tel: +1 602 273 3300.

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Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC)

Overview

Located just outside of Anchorage in Alaska, the terminals at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport offer air travellers a selection of shops, restaurants and other facilities. For those with a bit of time to spend in the Anchorage Airport, the Sports Hall of Fame is a great way to pass the time. Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is well connected to most large cities in North America, particularly the United States.

Location

The airport is situated about six miles (10km) south of Anchorage.

Getting to the city

The People Mover bus service stops regularly at the airport, taking travellers to downtown Anchorage. It operates between roughly 6am and 11pm daily, at 30-minute intervals. Many hotels offer free airport pick-up services for their guests, and limousines and taxis are also available for hire. Ride-hailing services, like Uber, are available.

Time

GMT -9 (GMT -8 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 907 266 2526

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Ketchikan International Airport (KTN)

Location

The airport is situated three miles (5km) northwest of central Ketchikan.

Getting to the city

An airport ferry regularly leaves the airport for Ketchikan between 6.15am and 9.30pm. Metered taxis and a public bus service are readily available from the mainland ferry and water taxi docks.

Time

GMT -9 (GMT -8 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

Overview

One of the busiest airports in the US, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport serves 100 million passengers each year on thousands of domestic and international flights.

The enormous airport is made of two terminals connected by an atrium containing numerous services, shops, restaurants, and a food court. First-time visitors may find it difficult to find their way around, however the friendly staff members are always ready to assist, and a number of motorized walkways help to speed the long journey between gates.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is located seven miles (11km) south of central Atlanta, and is the main airport for Georgia, in addition to serving as a transit hub for many international flights to and from various US destinations.

Location

The airport is situated 10 miles (16km) south of downtown Atlanta.

Getting to the city

The airport is serviced by the trains and buses of the local Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). Tickets to downtown Atlanta cost $2.50 and the journey takes around 20 minutes. Other options like taxis, shuttles and limousines are all available at the Ground Transportation Center, located near the baggage claim area of the arrival's lobby.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 404 209 1910 or 530 7300.

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John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

Overview

One of the busiest airports in the USA and indeed the world, John F Kennedy International Airport in New York City is a major travel hub for national and international flights in North America. Located 12 miles (20km) from downtown Manhattan in Queens, the mammoth facility is used by more than 90 airlines.

Flights to John F Kennedy International Airport are available from cities all around the world, including Paris, Mumbai, Tokyo, Montreal, Beijing, Panama City, Moscow, Los Angeles, Cairo, Sydney, Johannesburg, Seoul, and many other destinations.

Sometimes going by the shorter moniker JFK, the airport is a huge facility with eight terminals and has every kind of shop, restaurant, or entertainment option a passenger could wish for. Terminal 4 houses a great art museum and large shopping complex.

Unfortunately, the large size of the airport makes it confusing to navigate, and passengers making connections will need to allow a lot of time between flights to get from one gate to another. Security is also very strict, though the facility handles its large volume of traffic efficiently.

Location

The airport is located 15 miles (24km) southeast of central Manhattan.

Getting to the city

Ground Transportation Information is available in the baggage claim/arrival areas of all terminals, providing information on buses, shared-ride vans, and limousines. The AirTrain links the airport to the subway, train, and bus system, which go to the city centre.

SuperShuttle Manhattan is a 24-hour, shared, door-to-door service to anywhere between Battery Park and 227th, including all hotels. The service also reaches the boroughs of Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Staten Island.

Go Airlink is another rideshare service, providing shuttles that travel between the airport and the city. Similarly, NYC Airporter is an express bus service that transports passengers from JFK to stations like Grand Central and Penn, and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: (718) 244 4444

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New York La Guardia Airport (LGA)

Overview

One of the busiest airports in the US, despite the fact that it is New York's smallest, New York La Guardia Airport is located in Queens, eight miles (13km) east of downtown Manhattan in New York City. Seeing more than 24 million passengers each year, La Guardia is a popular facility due to its close proximity to Manhattan.

Despite its popularity, La Guardia has consistently ranked last for customer satisfaction and on-time arrivals among US surveys. While the facility itself is pleasant enough and well-maintained, long queues at customs and immigration facilities are a normal occurrence.

Location

The airport is located eight miles (13km) east of central Manhattan, in the borough of Queens.

Getting to the city

Ground Transportation Information is available in the baggage claim/arrival areas of all terminals. All service arrangements can be made at these counters. Public buses service the city and connect with the New York subway; the Q33 and Q47 service Manhattan and Queens. The New York Airport Service Express Bus leaves regularly for all areas in Manhattan. The SuperShuttle Manhattan is a 24-hour, shared door-to-door service that goes to all areas of the city.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: (718) 533 3400

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Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF)

Overview

Situated near the Canadian border, roughly halfway between New York City and Toronto, Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) is the most convenient method of accessing one of North America's premier tourist attractions: the thundering Niagara Falls.

The romance of the biggest waterfall in North America has drawn sightseers and honeymooners for decades, attested to by the millions of passengers passing through the gates of Buffalo Niagara International Airport each year.

The airport is smaller by far than the behemoths found in Toronto and New York City, but it is also more basic. Thus, passengers will gain the convenience of shorter queues and cheaper flights at the expense of bells and whistles, like high quality restaurants and fancy shops.

For something to do while waiting for your flight, don't miss the pre-security art gallery called 'The Gallery - Where Buffalo Niagara shows off', which features rotating exhibitions of artworks made by local artists.

Location

The airport is located 11 miles (18km) from Buffalo.

Getting to the city

NFTA-Metro Bus and Rail provides public transport to and from the airport, and shuttles, taxis, and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (716) 630 6000

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Denver International Airport (DEN)

Overview

One of the largest and busiest airports in the US, Denver International Airport is a perfectly situated airport with huge windows giving passengers a chance to enjoy the magnificent view of the nearby Rocky Mountains. A modern facility with plenty of shopping and dining opportunities, the attractive terminal is itself designed to resemble those snow-capped peaks, a fact obvious as one approaches the airport by car or plane.

A major US air traffic hub, Denver International Airport processes more than 20 million people each year on flights to destinations across North America and Europe. Located 25 miles (40km) from downtown Denver, the airport is a great introduction to the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, and the popular ski resorts in Colorado.

Location

The airport is situated 26 miles (42km) east of Denver and is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains.

Getting to the city

The RTD bus services connect the airport to the city centre. Tickets cost $10.50 for a one day pass. The bus stop is located at the DEN Transit centre, which may be accessed from the south end of the Jeppeson Terminal. Limousines and taxis are also available for hire. Airport shuttles provide door-to-door services to central locations. Travellers may also obtain ground transportation information at the Ground Transportation Information Counter located on Level 5 of Jeppesen Terminal. Car rental companies are also available.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 303 342 2000.

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Miami International Airport (MIA)

Overview

One of the main air travel hubs in the US, Miami International Airport is located eight miles (13km) northwest of central Miami. The main gateway to Florida's wildly popular tourist attractions, nearly 36 million people come in on flights to Miami International Airport each year, making it the 28th busiest airport in the world.

The semicircular terminal at Miami International Airport has one linear concourse (Concourse D) and five pier-shaped concourses (Concourses E - J). Baggage claim and ground transportation take up Level 1, while ticketing, shops and restaurants, and concourse access make up Level 2. The airport is unfortunately poorly signposted and many staff members speak only Spanish, making it can be easy to get lost. When combined with chaotic procedures at baggage claim and the long queues at customs, the situation at Miami International requires passengers to schedule plenty of time upon checking in or when making connections.

Flights to Miami International Airport come in from all over the world, including major international hubs like Cancun, Buenos Aires, Berlin, Toronto, Paris, seattle, Rome, New York, São Paulo, Amsterdam, Zurich, Moscow, and Lisbon.

Location

The airport is located eight miles (13km) west of central Miami.

Getting to the city

The airport is well connected to the Miami Intermodal Center (Central Station) by the free MIA Mover electric train. From here numerous services connect to greater Miami. These include the scheduled, local Metrobus; a mass-transit Metrorail system; a fixed rail system designated specifically for downtown Miami and Brickell; and the TriRail commuter train, reaching Broward and Palm Beach Counties.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

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Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)

Overview

Palm Beach International Airport is centrally located with easy access to Boca Raton, Jupiter and other surrounding counties as well as Palm Beach itself. It has a range of great restaurants as well as a selection of souvenir and retail outlets as well as putting green!

Passengers can book flights to Palm Beach International Airport from across North America. It's a great airport to use when booking a vacation in Florida, as it is slightly less busy than other airports in Florida.

Location

The airport is located six miles (10km) west of Palm Beach.

Getting to the city

There is a public bus service, Palm Tran, connecting to various points in the Palm Beach area, departing from Level 1. Shuttles are available to take passengers to West Palm Beach and connect with TriRail, which runs trains to Miami, and the Amtrak station. From there, passengers will find rail services to a number of US cities near and far. Taxis, door-to-door shuttles, and rental cars are available and many hotels provide transport for guests. A few mobile app based taxi services are available, although some are restricted from the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 561 471 7420.

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Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Overview

Orlando International Airport is a quick drive from downtown Orlando making it the closest airport to Central Florida attractions like Universal Studios, SeaWorld, and Disneyworld. It is the 13th busiest Airport in the United States and the second busiest airport in Florida.

The airport is easy to navigate and has a wide selection of shops and restaurants as well as a variety of other passenger amenities. Many domestic and international airlines offer flights to Orlando International Airport, making it a great gateway to the sunshine state.

Location

The airport is situated six miles (10km) southeast of Orlando.

Getting to the city

Public transport facilities are to be found on the Ground Transportation Concourse on Level 1 of Terminal 1. Lynx buses numbers 11, 42, 51, and 111 depart around every 30 minutes, between 5.30am and 10.30pm, for downtown Orlando, the trip taking about 40 minutes and costing $2. Many hotels provide free shuttles for guests. Taxis are available on Level 1 on both the A and B sides of the Main Terminal, and may carry up to nine passengers with metered rates. Cruise passengers may also check with their cruise line, as some offer direct transfers to the port.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 407 825 8463

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Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)

Overview

Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport is located three miles (5km) southwest of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The facility is one of the busiest airports in Florida, serving more than 22 million passengers each year. The airport's location, a convenient distance from the beaches and theme parks of Florida and an easy 21 miles (34km) from Miami, makes it a great alternative to the even busier Miami International Airport.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport has four terminals are spread far apart, but friendly staff and a free shuttle service make transfers much easier. The airport is known for its efficient processing times, and though shopping and restaurants offer limited choices, the airport is a popular travel hub for connections to the Caribbean with flights to Nassau, Port-au-Prince, Cancun, and Kingston.

Location

The airport is located 26 miles (42km) north of Miami and six miles (10km) from downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Getting to the city

Shared shuttle vans with GO Airport Shuttle can be booked at the transportation desks located in each terminal. They offer a door-to-door service from the airport to most local destinations. Broward County Transit (BCT) bus services and TriRail feeder buses operate from bus stops outside the terminal buildings. The TriRail train service connects the airport with Miami-Dade County. Taxis are available outside each terminal. Twelve major rental car companies are located at the Rental Car Centre.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 954 359 1200, +1 866 435 9355

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Bishop International Airport (FNT)

Location

The airport is situated about five miles (8km) from downtown Flint.

Getting to the city

Public bus 11 travels between the airport and downtown Flint every 30 minutes. Adult bus fare is $1.75. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)

Overview

Located 13 miles (21 km) north of downtown Jacksonville, Jacksonville International Airport is a bustling facility serving more than 5.6 million passengers each year. Conveniently located for flights to northern Florida and southern Georgia, the airport is served by most North American airlines. There are flights to Jacksonville International Airport from cities across the continent, including New York, Washington DC, Dallas, Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, and Boston. Despite its name, there are currently no international flights to Jacksonville International Airport.

The facility has a single terminal with three concourses, and is fairly easy to navigate. The selection of shops and restaurants is good (though not to be compared with mega-facilities like New York and London), and the airport provides entertainment in the form of live music in the summer and dvd rentals.

Location

The airport is situated 14 miles (23km) north of downtown Jacksonville.

Getting to the city

All ground transportation services, including rental car agencies, taxi, and limousine services, are located on the lower level of the terminal building, adjacent to baggage claim. Some hotels offer pick-up services, and shuttle companies offer a door-to-door service to nearby destinations. These services should be booked in advance, if possible.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 904 741 2000.

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Tampa International Airport (TPA)

Overview

Located in Hillsborough County, seven miles (11km) from Tampa, Tampa International Airport offers passengers easy access to the sunny beaches of Florida. The airport has a great selection of shops and restaurants as well as a duty free section in the satellite terminals handling international flights.

From the air, or the Marriott Hotel's revolving restaurant, Tampa International Airport resembles a wheel with four spokes. It's an easy airport to get around and offers passengers a friendly welcome to the sunshine state.

Location

The airport is located nine miles (14km) west of downtown Tampa.

Getting to the city

Shared passenger van services as well as several city buses travel to Tampa and other destinations. The local HART bus stop is located at the Rental Car Center. Taxi services are available outside the Baggage Claim Level.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 813 870 8700.

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Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)

Overview

Southwest Florida International Airport serves a number of cities in Southwest Florida, including Naples, Captiva Island, Fort Myers and Cape Coral. Over 7.5 million passengers passed through Southwest Florida International Airport in 2010, making it one of the most active single runway airports in the United States.

With a collection of public art on display within the terminal as well as a great modern design and free wifi throughout the terminal, Southwest Florida International Airport is the perfect gateway to the sunny beaches and golf courses of Florida.

Location

The airport is located 17 miles (27km) southeast of Fort Myers.

Getting to the city

LeeTran provides public transportation between 7.25am and 9.25pm on weekdays, on an hourly basis to a transfer point located at Daniels Parkway and U.S. 41, where connections can be made to the remainder of the LeeTran routes. Many hotels in the area offer a shuttle bus service to and from the airport. Taxis and limousines are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 239 768 4381.

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Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)

Overview

Honolulu International Airport is the main gateway to the idyllic beaches of Hawaii. Serving more than 21 million passengers each year, the airport is one of the busiest in the US, with more than 300,000 annual flights coming from the US mainland and Asia.

The airport's three terminals were built in the 1960s, and the design hasn't changed much. First-time visitors often find the layout confusing, and the lack of signs can make transferring between terminals difficult. Most international flights and flights from the US mainland are processed through the Overseas Terminal, while the Commuter Terminal and Interisland Terminal are for short flights within Hawaii.

Honolulu International Airport is located about five miles (8km) from Honolulu itself, and there is good and efficient public transport into the city.

Location

The airport is located on Oahu Island about six miles (10km) west of downtown Honolulu and nine miles (15km) west of Waikiki Beach.

Getting to the city

There are several city bus services that follow different routes and schedules connecting to central Waikiki. Many hotels offer pick-up services and the The Roberts Hawaii Express Shuttle offers affordable, on-demand, island-wide transfer services from honolulu international airport.

Time

Local time is GMT -10

Contacts

Airport information desk: +1 808 836 6413.

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Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)

Overview

Just a short drive from the city centre, Salt Lake City International Airport is a popular airport for business travellers and handles more than 24 million passengers each year.

Salt Lake City Airport is well-equipped with passenger facilities, including shops, restaurants, pubs, bookstores, an 18-hole golf course, kids play areas, and DVD player rentals.

Location

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) northwest of Salt Lake City.

Getting to the city

The TRAX Light Rail train stop is located at the south end of Terminal One, and bus stops are located on the curb outside the Welcome Center in the same area, as well as outside Terminal Two. A train departs for the city every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 20 minutes on weekends. Buses operate every day with a more limited weekend service. A one-way fare for the bus or train costs $2.50. Taxis, hotel shuttles, rental cars, and limousines are also available.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 801 575 2400

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Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS)

Overview

Most flights to Sin City go through Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. The largest airport serving Las Vegas, McCarran International is by far the busiest airport in Nevada.

Las Vegas McCarran International Airport is clean and well-run, with few complaints of long queues. The airport is made up of three terminals and offers many diversions to occupy passengers while they wait, ranging from the near-ubiquitous slot machines, to an art gallery, and even a gym.

Because of its status as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the US, flights to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport come from destinations all over the world, including major cities in Europe.

Location

McCarran airport is located five miles (8km) south of the Las Vegas Strip.

Getting to the city

There are regular buses going to and from the airport, downtown Las Vegas and The Strip, dropping off at most hotels; buses 108 and 109 connect to the Downtown Transportation Center and the South Strip Transfer Terminal. Shuttle services are available on the west side of the baggage claim area of Terminal 1, outside exits 7-13.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 702 261 5211.

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O'Hare International Airport (ORD)

Overview

Among both the busiest airports in the world, and the most central air traffic hubs in the US, Chicago O'Hare International Airport is the primary flight destination in the American Midwest. Located 17 miles (27km) northwest of the Chicago Loop, the facility serves an astounding 77 million passengers each year.

Flights to Chicago O'Hare are available on a variety of airlines from dozens of cities worldwide, including nearly every major airport in the US and Canada. The facility is wildly popular, having earned the title of Best Airport in North America from several prominent travel publications numerous times over the last decade or so.

The four passenger terminals at Chicago O'Hare can be a little confusing to first-time visitors, but the friendly staff is always on hand to help out. Visitors can enjoy a plethora of dining and shopping choices, or just stroll over to Terminal 1 to view the four-story brachiosaurus dinosaur skeleton in Concourse B.

Location

Chicago O'Hare is located 17 miles (27km) northwest of Chicago.

Getting to the city

Blue Line trains run every few minutes between the airport and downtown Chicago 24 hours a day; the journey takes around 50 minutes. For safety reasons travellers are advised against using the Blue Line at night. Travellers can also use the Pace bus service to get to downtown Chicago. Taxi ranks are situated outside the arrivals hall in each of the airport terminals; the fare is around $40 for the 30-45 minute journey from the airport to downtown Chicago.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: (800) 832 6352

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Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

Overview

One of the busiest airports in the US and the world, Los Angeles International Airport (locally referred to by its call letters, LAX) is a mammoth facility that processes 80 million passengers each year on 700,000 flights. Located 18 miles (29km) southwest of downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles International Airport has nine terminal buildings.

The sheer size and capacity of the facility makes it a bit confusing, and long queues are a common occurrence in peak times. Passengers should allow plenty of time when making connections or clearing customs, and extra time can easily be whiled away with a meal at California Pizza Kitchen, or browsing the dozens of shops selling Hollywood souvenirs and other products. Flights to Los Angeles International Airport come from all over the world, including major destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.

Location

The airport is situated 18 miles (29km) southwest of Los Angeles.

Getting to the city

A free shuttle bus service runs to the Metro Rail Green Line Aviation Station from the lower level of each terminal. Another shuttle connects to the Bus Center, from where city buses serve the Los Angeles area. Prime Time Shuttle and Super Shuttle are both shared-ride van services; reservations are recommended. Some hotels also offer transport. Ride-hailing taxi services, like Uber, are also available.

Time

GMT –8 (GMT -7 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 310 646 5252.

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San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Overview

Just a short drive from San Francisco's downtown area, San Francisco International Airport is the California's second busiest airport and the largest airport in the Bay Area. With four terminals, friendly staff, a museum, library and wide selection of dining and shopping facilities, San Francisco International Airport is the perfect gateway to the Bay Area.

Location

The airport is situated 14 miles (23km) south of San Francisco.

Getting to the city

The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Rapid Rail service connects the airport to the city centre, and provides a connection to the Caltrain commuter rail service at Milbrae Station, from where trains leave regularly to downtown San Francisco and San Jose. SamTrans Service, bus 292, leaves every 30 minutes for the city centre and suburbs. There are also shared vans, which provide a door-to-door service and are cheaper than taxis. Reservations are sometimes needed for service after 11pm. Ride-hailing services, like Uber, are also available.

Time

GMT –8 (GMT –7 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 800 435 9736

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San Diego International Airport (SAN)

Overview

San Diego International Airport is often referred to as Lindbergh Field. It is situated a quick drive from downtown. As it is located in a suburban area, departures are only allowed between 6.30am and 11.30pm.

The three terminals at San Diego International are well-equipped with a range of amenities. They are also easy to navigate and despite having only one runway, the airport is quite capable of handling its 18 million passengers each year.

Location

The airport is situated two miles (3km) northwest of San Diego.

Getting to the city

Amtrak and Coaster community train services connect San Diego International Airport to the city centre as well as neighbouring cities. City Bus Public transit number 992 leaves the airport for the city centre every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends between 5am and 11.30pm, and regular fare costs $2.50, with concessions available. It goes directly to the airport, and also connects with train services. A host of shuttle and taxi companies are available for rides into downtown; shared shuttle vans offer door-to-door services and are usually a cheaper alternative to taxis.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 619 400 2404.

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Kahului Airport (OGG)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) northeast of Kahului Town in Maui.

Getting to the city

Maui County operates a public transit system from the airport which operates daily. The Maui Bus stops at marked locations fronting the terminal; Route 40 (Upcountry Islander) operates every 90 minutes between 6am and 10.11pm, while Route 35 (Haiku Islander) operates every 90 minutes between 5.30am and 9.40pm. Note that only one bag is allowed per passenger.

Time

Local time is GMT -10.

Contacts

Tel: +1 808 872 3830.

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Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF)

Location

The airport is located six miles (10km) from central Louisville.

Getting to the city

TARC buses travel to Louisville city centre at regular intervals. Details on routes and schedules are available at the information desk. Many area hotels provide courtesy shuttles for guests.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 502 368 6524

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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)

Overview

Louis Armstrong International Airport is located 15 miles (24km) west of central New Orleans. Formerly known as Moisant Field, Louisiana's primary commercial airport was renamed in honour of iconic jazz musician Louis Armstrong in 2001.

The airport has a reputation for efficiency and long queues are a rare occurrence. Passengers can sample local Creole food and music in the restaurants and shops. One can also simply sit back and enjoy regular live music performances in Concourse C.

Location

The airport is situated 15 miles (24km) west of downtown New Orleans.

Getting to the city

The Jefferson Transit Authority (JET) and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) provide bus service to Downtown New Orleans from the airport. Bus service is available from the outer curb outside Level 3 Ticket Lobby. The Airport Shuttle ticket booths are located in the baggage claim area on the lower level.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Information desk: (504) 303 7500

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Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

Overview

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is located 30 miles (50km) from Washington DC, and just 10 miles (16km) from Baltimore. The airport is a stress-free alternative to the region's far busier Dulles International and Washington Airport.

As a major hub for Southwest Airlines, BWI offers a wide range of options for connecting flights to destinations right across the United States. The airport has been used as a set for several Hollywood films, such as Goldfinger and The Silence of the Lambs.

Location

The airport is situated 10 miles (16km) south of Baltimore and 30 miles (48km) north of Washington.

Getting to the city

The MARC train station services both central Baltimore and Washington, D.C., connected to the terminal via shuttle buses. A light rail service is also available to downtown Baltimore, Timonium, and Hunt Valley. The BWI Marshall Light Rail Station is located immediately outside the lower level of the terminal building, adjacent to Concourse E.

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) has a bus service to the Greenbelt Metro Station, which connects to metro stations throughout Washington, D.C., Virginia, Montgomery, and Prince Georges Counties. There are two WMATA Bus Stops. One is located on the lower level of the International Concourse and the other stop is located on the lower level of Concourse A/B.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4, from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (410) 859 7111

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General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport (PIA)

Location

The airport is situated six miles (10km) west of the city of Peoria.

Getting to the city

Taxis, airport shuttles and rental cars are available at the airport. CityLink buses on Route 7 (the Garden Route) access Peoria International Airport between roughly 6.30am and 6pm on weekdays, and between 8.30am and 5pm on Saturdays. Late night access is offered via bus Route 13. Uber and other similar mobile app based taxi services are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport (MSP)

Overview

Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport is the largest and busiest airport within the five-state region of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin. An important Midwest air travel hub, the facility processes nearly 33 million passengers each year.

Serving the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St Paul, the airport is made up of two terminals: The Lindbergh Terminal (Terminal 1) and the much-smaller Humphrey Terminal (Terminal 2). The facility is clean and attractive, with plenty of shops and restaurants, and extra amenities like a beauty salon, walking path, and video arcade giving passengers plenty to do while making connections. Passengers on long layovers can also make use of the convenient light rail network to get to nearby attractions like the Mall of America, and Target Field.

Flights to Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport come in from several international hubs, including major destinations like Toronto, Tokyo, Paris, Cancun, London, and Grand Cayman; however most routes are domestic. The airport is a major hub for Delta Airlines, which accounts for nearly 80 percent of its traffic.

Location

The airport is situated 12 miles (19km) from Minneapolis and 8 miles (13km) from St Paul.

Getting to the city

A Ground Transportation information booth provides passengers with information and directions. City buses leave from the Lindbergh Terminal to both Minneapolis and St Paul. A light rail operates between the airport, downtown Minneapolis and Mall of America. SuperShuttle provides a shared van door-to-door service to the local cities and towns. Taxis are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 612 726 5800.

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Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW)

Overview

Located in the suburb of Romulus, 16 miles (26km) southwest of downtown Detroit, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is the busiest airport in Michigan and a major Midwestern air traffic hub.

The airport's two terminals are huge, with about 150 boarding gates between them, and passengers should allow for plenty of time when transferring between terminals. Despite this, the facility is well-signed and easy to navigate, and offers many diversions in the form of restaurants and shops, and even a colourful multimedia light tunnel in the McNamara Terminal.

Location

The airport is located 20 miles (32km) southwest of downtown Detroit.

Getting to the city

SMART public buses connect to central Detroit from the lower level near the Ground Transportation offices at the North Terminal. Taxis and sedan services are also available. There are car hire companies represented at the airport. It takes approximately 20-30 minutes to the city centre by car/taxi and about 45 minutes by bus.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 734 147 7678.

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Jackson–Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport (JAN)

Location

The airport is a 10-mile (16km) drive east of downtown Jackson.

Getting to the city

There is no reliable public transport to the city, however taxis and shuttle services are available, as are rental cars.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 601 939 5631.

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Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)

Overview

Located 10.5 miles (17km) from Atlantic City, Atlantic City International Airport is the gateway to the famous seaside resort town on the Jersey Shore, and all the pleasures its beaches, casinos, and nightlife can offer.

Processing nearly one million passengers each year, the facility is surprisingly small. But it's still known for its efficiency, boasting an average processing time of 11 minutes from the ticket counter to the gate.

The friendly staff is famously helpful, and the only complaint heard about Atlantic City International Airport is the lack of entertainment options with only a few small shops and restaurants in the terminal.

Flights to Atlantic City International Airport are available from Florida, Boston, and Atlanta, with international connections available to destinations in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

Location

The airport is situated 13 miles (21km) from Atlantic City.

Getting to the city

A regular Jitney Shuttle connects the airport to various Atlantic City destinations. Taxis are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: (609) 645 7895

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Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

Overview

Newark Liberty International Airport is located in Newark, New Jersey. Situated 15 miles (24km) southwest of central Manhattan, it's one of the most popular hubs for flights to New York City. The airport process more than 33 million passengers each year, making it the country's tenth busiest facility.

There are three passenger terminals, each with three concourses. Parking is on the ground floor, baggage carousels are on the second floor, gates and shops are on the third floor, and the ticketing counters above.

Newark International has a good selection of shops and restaurants, along with bonus amenities like spas and childcare. The facility serves as a major international thoroughfare, with flights coming in from destinations across the world. Queues are only a problem in peak holiday traffic.

These places include cities like Toronto, Seattle, Paris, Rome, Chicago, London, Amsterdam, Rome, Tel Aviv, Brussels, Warsaw, Singapore, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Cancun, Buenos Aires, Glasgow, Toyko, Mumbai and Caracas.

Location

The airport is located two miles (3km) south of Newark, 15 miles (24km) southwest of New York.

Getting to the city

Newark Liberty International Airport offers travellers a wide range of ground transportation services. There are taxis, buses, shuttles, and limousines available in front of and beside all three terminals.

Information counters, located on the lower baggage claim level of all three terminals, provide information and reservations for buses, shared-ride vans, and limousines. The AirTrain connects to NJ Transit or Amtrak trains, which service New Jersey and New York destinations.

New Jersey Transit buses follow a number of routes to destinations in New Jersey and to Penn Station in Newark. Bus 107 provides a daily service to New York City. The Olympic Airport Shuttle leaves regularly for Ocean and Monmouth counties in New Jersey.

SuperShuttle Manhattan is a shared minibus service, which goes to all areas of Manhattan, Queens, and Bronx, including hotels. The Newark Liberty Airport Express services New York City.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: (973) 961 6000

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Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)

Overview

Boston Logan International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the US and a hub for flights to New England, serving more than 25 million passengers on flights to Boston each year. Located just three miles (4.8km) northeast of central Boston, convenient public transport into the city includes trains, ferries, buses, shuttles, and taxis.

The airport is huge, with a workforce comprising something like 16,000 people staffing the four large terminals. Pre-security shuttle buses connect all terminals (A, B, C, and E), and Terminals A, B, and E also have pre-security moving walkways.

Boston Logan International Airport is a state-of-the-art facility, and passenger experiences are mostly pleasant and hassle-free. There are a variety of duty-free shops and restaurants, art exhibitions, and other amenities to keep passengers entertained.

However the most popular attraction is the 9/11 Memorial, a 2.5-acre site dedicated to the passengers and crew aboard the two planes that departed from Boston on the day of the tragedy. The glass sculpture is sombre, but a must-see for passengers flying into Boston.

Location

The airport is situated four miles (6km) northeast of Boston.

Getting to the city

The Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority provides regular bus services for free, on the Silver Line, and a faster subway connection, on the Blue Line, to and from the city centre, costing about $2.65. Massport's free water transportation bus connects from all airport terminals to the Logan dock where private water taxis and public commuter boats are available to multiple destinations in the Boston Harbour.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 800 235 6426.

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Albuquerque International Sunport Airport (ABQ)

Overview

The sunny Spanish Pueblo-style Albuquerque International Sunport is the primary airport for both Albuquerque and Santa Fe, and the largest in New Mexico. Located three miles (5km) southeast of the city, the airport processes nearly six million passengers each year through its terminal.

The airport is cheerful and offers plenty of diversions in terms of shops and other attractions like art galleries, although the dining options in the terminal are fairly limited for an airport of its size.

While Albuquerque International Sunport is an international airport, its busiest routes are domestic flights from Phoenix, Denver, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Salt Lake City.

Location

Albuquerque International Sunport is located approximately four miles (6km) southeast of central Albuquerque.

Getting to the city

Ground transportation from the airport and around Albuquerque and New Mexico is provided by numerous cab companies, door-to-door shuttles, buses, limousines, and hotel/motel courtesy vehicles. Bus Route 250 (weekdays only) and Bus Route 50 (weekdays and Saturdays) service the airport.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 505 244 7700

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Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE)

Overview

One of the American Midwest's primary airports, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is the largest airport in Ohio. It serves roughly nine million passengers each year, mostly on domestic flights to cities like Chicago and Houston, and a few routes to Canada and Mexico. The facility is fairly basic for an airport of its size.

Passengers left unprepared may find themselves a bit bored in the terminal. However, there are plenty of shopping and dining opportunities in the brand-new AIRMALL on Concourses B and C. A point of interest is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Gift Shop, selling memorabilia from the famous Cleveland landmark.

Location

The airport is situated 13 miles (21km) southwest of Cleveland.

Getting to the city

Taxis, shuttles, and limos operate at the airport. The RTA provides a regular train service between the airport and downtown Cleveland via the Tower City Station.

It departs every 15 minutes and takes less than 30 minutes. The train station is on the lower level of the main terminal, while hotel shuttles can be called from the hotel courtesy phones in the baggage claim area. Ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Lyft are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (216) 265 6000

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John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH)

Overview

Port Columbus Airport is a relatively small airport with just one terminal, just six miles (10km) from Columbus in Ohio. The airport offers passengers a range of facilities and entertainment options, including art exhibitions, museums, and free wifi. The airport is quintessentially Midwestern, with friendly and efficient staff making your travelling experience a breeze.

Location

The airport is situated six miles (10km) northeast of Columbus.

Getting to the city

The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) buses run to destinations throughout the city. Express Route 52 connects the airport to Ohio State University, while the 92 Crosstown bus has service to the Easton Transit Centre.

The AirConnect service provides a direct trasnfer between the airport and Downtown Columbus, costing $2.75 per ride. Tickets for this service can be purchased by credit or debit card at the bus stop near the taxi station.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (614) 239 4000

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Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

Overview

Located 13 miles (21km) outside of Cincinnati, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is a busy Midwestern hub, and one of the primary gateways to Ohio. Serving nearly eight million passengers each year, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport has a reputation as a pleasantly efficient facility.

Although services and amenities are very basic there are plenty of shopping and dining options in Terminal 3, which resembles a shopping mall more than an airport! Most flights to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport are operated by Delta.

While it's an international airport, nearly all routes are domestic with short flights to Atlanta and Chicago being the most popular. The airport's small size puts it at a disadvantage in the winter, when de-icing aircraft and runways can cause longer delays than in larger facilities.

Location

The airport is situated 13 miles (21km) south of downtown Cincinnati.

Getting to the city

TANK public bus services are available between the airport and downtown Cincinnati and Covington, seven days a week. Executive Transportation offers a shuttle service that can take passengers directly to hotels and other locations in downtown Cincinnati and Covington for a fee.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (859) 767 3151

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Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)

Overview

Raleigh-Durham International Airport is situated midway between the cities of Raleigh and Durham and serves about 10 million passengers each year, making it a very accessible and convenient airport to use when travelling to or from North Carolina.

Most flights to Raleigh-Durham International Airport originate from within the United States. However there are some flights to the Caribbean, Canada, and Mexico. The airport consists of two terminals with loads of shops and restaurants to keep passengers entertained while waiting for flights.

Location

The airport is situated 14 miles (23km) from Durham and 14 miles (23km) from Raleigh.

Getting to the city

The GoTriangle Route 100 bus provides a public bus service between the airport and its Regional Transit Center, where passengers can connect to bus routes throughout the region.

This includes major areas such as Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary, and Research Triangle Park. The buses depart at least once an hour from outside both terminals.

Other bus services include Amtrak and Greyhound.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (919) 840 2123

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Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)

Location

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) west of Charlotte, near the border between North and South Carolina.

Getting to the city

The CATS airport bus ferries passengers to the city centre. Buses leave every 20 minutes during weekdays, and every 30 minutes at night and on weekends. Courtesy shuttles are available for many local hotels and motels. Taxis and rental cars are also available, as are ride-hailing apps like Lyft and Uber.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (704) 359 4013

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Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)

Overview

Philadelphia International Airport has seven terminals, housing a big selection of restaurants and shops. The airport is one of the busiest in the world and the main gateway to Philadelphia, one of America's most culturally rich and diverse cities.

The immigration counters at Philadelphia Airport are often understaffed, so if you're travelling at peak periods then allow yourself enough time for queues and delays. Once you've dealt with the queues, the airport has a range of services on offer, including shoeshine facilities and a great art programme.

Location

The airport is located eight miles (13km) from downtown Philadelphia.

Getting to the city

SEPTA operates public transport, providing a high-speed rail service between the airport terminals and central Philadelphia, which is the fastest connection to the city centre.

Trains depart every 30 minutes between 4.52am and 11.52pm every day, and the journey takes about 25 minutes. SEPTA Bus Routes 37, 108, and 115 also run to downtown Philadelphia. Taxis, shuttles, rental cars, and ride-hailing app services are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (215) 937 6937

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Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)

Overview

The large, yet well-designed Pittsburgh International Airport has plenty of shops, restaurants and amenities on offer for travellers from across the world. The airport is well connected to central Pittsburgh via bus and is located just 20 miles (32km) from the centre of town.

Pittsburgh International Airport is the second busiest airport in Pennsylvania after Philadelphia International. It's the perfect airport to use to access the scenic city of Pittsburgh, with its varied architecture nestled in between bridges, rivers and steep hills throughout the city.

Location

The airport is located about 18 miles (29km) west of central Pittsburgh.

Getting to the city

Several taxi, shuttle bus and limousine companies service the airport, providing transport to the city and nearby centres. Uber and other similar mobile app based taxi services are also available. Public transportation is limited to the Port Authority Transit 28X Airport Flyer, which departs roughly every 30 minutes, connecting to downtown Pittsburgh.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: + 1 412 472 3525.

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Memphis International Airport (MEM)

Overview

Memphis International Airport is a regional air traffic hub serving the greater Memphis area. Conveniently located just three miles (5km) from central Memphis, the airport is the busiest in Tennessee, processing more than 10 million passengers each year.

Despite its traffic, Memphis International Airport is a fairly small facility. However, its efficient design makes it a practical gateway to popular Memphis attractions like Graceland. There are only a few souvenir shops and restaurants, but many of both specialize in the best local food: southern-style barbecue.

International flights to Memphis International Airport are mostly limited to a few routes to Cancun and Amsterdam, but there are a wide variety of domestic routes to cities across the US, including New York, Minneapolis, Miami, Denver, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Phoenix, and Dallas.

Location

The airport is situated seven miles (11km) southeast from Memphis.

Getting to the city

Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) public buses leave regularly for the city centre from a bus station near Terminal C, and there are also services to many out-of-town destinations. Taxis are available outside the terminal buildings. Some hotels provide shuttle services and some shuttle companies serve the wider area. Car rental companies are represented at the airport. Uber and Lyf operate at the airport, pickup areas are located outside the terminals.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 901 922 8000 or info@flymemphis.com

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Nashville International Airport (BNA)

Overview

Formerly known as Berry Field Nashville Airport (hence the IATA code BNA), Nashville International Airport is located eight miles (13km) southeast of central Nashville. Tennessee's busiest airport, it processes more than ten million passengers each year.

The airport was recently renovated, and now comprises the massive Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. Terminal, with four concourses and 47 gates. Nashville International Airport is an efficient facility with friendly service and smooth processing experiences, although like any airport it can be busy with long queues in the peak holiday season.

Flights to Nashville International Airport come in from all over North America, including Toronto, Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Seattle and Cancun.

Location

The airport is situated nine miles (14km) southeast of downtown Nashville.

Getting to the city

WeGo Public Transit has a bus service from the airport to the downtown transit station via Route 18; it operates roughly once an hour from around 5:30am to 11:50pm on weekdays, and from around 7am to 10:50pm on weekends and holidays.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 615 275 1675.

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Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field (AGS)

Location

The airport is situated seven miles (11km) south of Augusta.

Getting to the city

There are hotel transfer shuttles willing to transfer to and from the airport, as well as taxi cabs available at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Richmond International Airport (RIC)

Overview

Richmond International Airport is a reasonably sized airport just a few minutes east of Richmond. It handles almost 200 flights each day and is the main airport used by passengers flying to central Virginia.

Richmond International Airport is a very user-friendly airport as it is easy to navigate and a friendly airport to fly through. It has a beautiful glass roof allowing passengers great views of the aircraft as they fly over, also giving the airport an airy feeling.

Location

The airport is situated nine miles (14km) southeast of Richmond.

Getting to the city

The Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) offers public buses to Richmond. Taxi, shuttle, and limousine services are also available outside the baggage reclaim area.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 804 226 3000

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Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI)

Location

The airport is situated 9 miles (14km) south of Baltimore and 32 miles (51km) north of Washington DC.

Getting to the city

The Amtrak train station has trains going to both central Baltimore and Washington DC; the BWI Marshall Station offers free and frequent shuttle services between the station and terminal, with a shuttle operating every 25 minutes. Both MARC and Amtrak run trains to Union Station in DC. A light rail service goes from the airport to Baltimore costing US$1.60. Taxis are available outside of baggage claims and cost about $25 to Baltimore and $63 to Washington DC. Public buses include Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Bus Service, which serves the greater Washington area. There are also various bus shuttle services to both cities, some dropping off at the central hotels. App-based ride services like Uber and Lyft are available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 410 859 7111

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Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)

Overview

Connected to over 125 destinations worldwide, Washington Dulles International Airport serves Washington, Northern Virginia, and Baltimore as well as being a starting point for anyone wishing to travel along the eastern United States.

More than 21 million passengers pass through Washington Dulles International Airport annually, so it's easy to think that individual passengers might get lost in the rush, but the airport manages to achieve a balance. Passengers transiting through Washington Dulles International Airport will find a range of shopping opportunities, including duty-free shops, as well as art galleries, live dance performances and other amenities.

Location

The airport is situated 26 miles (42km) west of Washington DC.

Getting to the city

The Washington Fly Silver Line Express Bus provides a direct link to the airport, operating every 20 minutes to the Metro Silver Line station, with a fare of around $5. The coach service tickets can be bought at arrivals door 4 in the main terminal. A bus service is available at the station for transport to areas not serviced by Metrorail.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 703 572 2700

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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

Overview

Tacoma International Airport, more commonly known as Sea-Tac Airport, is just 12 miles (19km) south of Seattle and is America's 9th busiest airport. Sea-Tac Airport has a central terminal surrounded by four concourses. There is ample parking available at the airport as well as a range of other passenger facilities.

Sea-Tac Airport is well-connected to airports across the world. It also boasts an attractive array artworks displayed throughout the airport. Staff are exceedingly helpful and eager to ensure that passengers depart with only positive feedback for the airport.

Location

The airport is situated 12 miles (19km) south of Seattle and 15 miles (24km) north of Tacoma.

Getting to the city

The SeaTac/Airport Station provides passengers a direct connection between the airport and downtown Seattle. The station is on the fourth floor of the airport's main parking garage. Line Shuttle Express offer door-to-door shuttle services leaving regularly for the nearby towns and cities. Public King County Metro Transit buses run on schedule to destinations in and around Seattle. Sound Transit operates two express bus routes around the city.

Time

GMT –8 (GMT –7 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 206 787 5388

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

Overview

One of the busiest airports in the US, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is located between the two cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, and together with Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the primary gateway to Texas. A huge facility, the five terminals of Dallas-Fort Worth cover 18,076 acres (7,315ha) and process nearly 57 million passengers each year.

The airport's large size makes it confusing to navigate for first-time travellers, but high-speed trains are quick and convenient for transferring between terminals. The airport is slick and modern, and with hundreds of shops and restaurants to choose from as well as artistic touches like commissioned exhibitions and a pretty sculpture garden.

Location

The airport is situated 18 miles (29km) from downtown Dallas and 24 miles (39km) from Fort Worth.

Getting to the city

Charter buses, limousines, and Dallas Area Rapid Transit public buses are available at the airport; schedules and information are available from the Visitor Information Centres in the baggage claim areas. A free shuttle service links all the terminals to the CenterPort/DFW Trinity Railway Express Station about 20 minutes away, from where there are regular departures to Dallas Union Station and Fort Worth.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 (972) 973 3112

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Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)

Overview

An airport that keeps things small and simple, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is a pleasant facility serving the greater Austin region of Texas. Located five miles (8km) southeast of the city, the airport serves just more than ten million people each year.

The airport's small size makes it easy to get around, and passengers enjoy the laid-back atmosphere and friendly staff while listening to live music performed in the centre of the terminal as part of Austin-Bergstrom's Music in the Air programme.

Flights to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport are available to more than 40 destinations, mostly in the US with several seasonal routes to Mexico. The busiest routes are short trips from cities like Dallas, Houston, Denver and Atlanta.

Location

The airport is situated five miles (8km) from downtown Austin.

Getting to the city

The Capital Metro bus serves the airport every 30 minutes from the stop outside baggage claim. The trip takes 20 to 30 minutes to the city. Several hotels offer free shuttles, while taxis and car rentals are available too.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 512 530 2242.

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George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)

Overview

George Bush Intercontinental Airport is an enormous airport located 20 miles (32km) north of downtown Houston. The airport's large size makes it intimidating to navigate, and passengers should allow plenty of time when catching flights and making connections.

However, the large terminals offer lots of entertainment for passengers with a bit of time to kill, including dozens of shops and plenty of restaurants serving great Texan barbeque.

One of the fastest-growing airports in the US, George Bush Intercontinental Airport serves just over 40 million passengers each year on flights to destinations around the world, including Paris, London, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Toronto, Amsterdam, and Moscow.

Location

The airport is situated 23 miles (37km) north of Houston.

Getting to the city

Numerous shuttle services, including minibuses and limousines, are available from the airport to downtown Houston and a variety of other destinations, including the Gulf Coast resort city of Galveston. SuperShuttle shared-ride service picks up from any home or business. The Houston Metro offers public bus services from the south side of Terminal C, including an express airport bus. The fare is $1.25 per ride to downtown Houston. Courtesy vans are operated by various hotels and there are courtesy telephones in the baggage claim area.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 281 230 3100.

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St Louis Lambert International Airport (STL)

Overview

Situated 10 miles (17km) northwest of central St Louis, Lambert-St Louis International Airport is the busiest airport in Missouri, serving roughly 12.3 million passengers each year. Named for Olympic medallist Albert Bond Lambert, the airport is affectionately known as simply 'Lamberts'.

Flights to Lambert-St Louis International Airport come from nearly 100 destinations, most of which are within the US, but some international flights are available. The airport is attractive, with futuristic LED lighting and exhibitions by local artists in some of the concourses.

Location

The airport is situated 14 miles (23km) northwest of St Louis.

Getting to the city

The Metrolink light rail system departs from both terminals to the city centre several times a day. Shared van services provide transport to city centre hotels; bus services, and airport taxis are also available from both terminals.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (314) 890 1333

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Theadore Francis Green Memorial State Airport (PVD)

Overview

T.F. Green Airport was named after Theodore Francis Green, Rhode Island's former governor and senator. It is a short drive from Providence and handles close to four million passengers each year.

T.F. Green's terminal contains only the bare essentials and a couple of dining venues for passengers only. The staff are friendly and helpful and there's a great massage therapy business for passengers spending extra time at the airport.

Location

The airport is located about nine miles (14km) from Providence.

Getting to the city

Rhode Island Public Transit Route 8 connects the airport to downtown Providence, stopping at the InterLink facility on Jefferson Boulevard. Peter Pan Bus Lines provides service from the airport to central Providence, Foxboro, and Boston, with a bus stop located at the far end of the commercial roadway in front of the airport. On weekdays MBTA commuter rail service is available between Southern Rhode Island (Wickford Junction), Green Airport and downtown Providence. An airport shuttle is also available from T.F. Green Airport to various locations around the city.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November)

Contacts

Tel: +1 401 691 2471, or toll-free 888 268 7222.

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Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR)

Overview

Originally built as Angeles Mesa Drive Airport in 1928, Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) had a few different names before 2017 (including Bob Hope Airport and Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport). Serving the greater Los Angeles area, including Glendale and the San Fernando Valley, the airport is actually closer to famous attractions like Hollywood and Griffiths Park than Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is, and offers far shorter queues and generally less hassle than the gigantic Los Angeles International. As small and personal as the other is big and sprawling, Hollywood Burbank Airport is a great alternative for avoiding the congestion at the giant LAX; and with direct rail connections to downtown Los Angeles, Anaheim and San Diego, nothing could be more convenient. The only catch is that flights to Hollywood Burbank Airport are only available from western US states and New York, and sometimes can be a little pricier than flights into Los Angeles International.

Location

The airport is situated three miles (5km) from Burbank and 14 miles (23km) from Los Angeles.

Getting to the city

The Metrolink and the train station are linked to the main terminal by a free shuttle service. The airport is also on the Metro Bus and Burbank Bus routes, which go to Burbank as well as downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood. Taxis and shuttles are located on the ground transportation islands immediately in front of the airport terminal.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 818 840 8840.

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Oakland International Airport (OAK)

Overview

Oakland International Airport (OAK) is 10 miles (16km) from the city centre of Oakland, California, and one of three airports serving the San Francisco Bay area. Although not as popular with tourists as nearby San Francisco or San Juan, oak tree-lined Oakland has an interesting, diverse mix of cultures, with over 100 languages spoken across its distinct suburbs.

Popular with low-cost carriers, the airport welcomes flights mainly from destinations across the US, with the busiest routes those to major Californian cities as well as Phoenix, San Diego, Las Vegas, Seattle, Salt Lake City and Portland. Terminal 2 is used exclusively by Southwest Airlines, with Terminal 1 used by all other airlines.


Location

The airport is situated around 10 miles (16km) from Oakland.

Getting to the city

The Oakland Airport BART station is located across from Terminal 1 and a short walk from Terminal 2. A shuttle service links the airport to Coliseum Station in just 8 minutes, with fares depending on the final destination. AC Transit bus line 73 connects passengers to the Coliseum/Oakland Airport BART station every 15 minutes, while Line 805 connects the airport to Downtown Oakland every hour between 12.35am and 4.30am.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 510 563 3300.

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Cheyenne Regional Airport (CYS)

Location

The airport is located two miles (3km) north of Cheyenne city centre.

Getting to the city

Airport door-to-door shuttles are available from outside the terminal. Taxis are also available.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 307 634 7071.

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Billings Logan International Airport (BIL)

Location

The airport is two miles (3km) northwest of Billings.

Getting to the city

Many hotels offer a shuttle sevice, and there is a taxi service available at the airport. A shuttle service also provides a service to and from the airport but should be pre-arranged. Ride-hailing services are also available.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 406 247 8609.

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Portland International Airport (PDX)

Overview

Millions of passengers pass comfortably through Portland International Airport each year. It is the busiest airport in Oregon and welcomes flights mainly from across the United States and Canada.

Portland International Airport doesn't offer too many passenger amenities and there are often traffic jams en route to the airport. It is best to allow some extra time when picking up or dropping off passengers.

Location

The airport is situated 13 miles (21km) from downtown Portland.

Getting to the city

Portland's MAX Light Rail system serves the airport, connecting to the heart of the city. There's a travel time of around 40 minutes and trains depart roughly every 15 minutes. Taxis, shuttles, buses, and rental cars are also available. All transportation pickups occur on the airport terminal's lower roadway which is on the baggage claim and departure level.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (503) 460 4234 or toll free (877) 739 4636

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Portland International Jetport (PWM)

Overview

Portland International Jetport serves just 1.6 million passengers each year and is located four miles (6km) from downtown Portland, Maine. Although the jetport is relatively small, it still boasts expanded waiting rooms, security facilities and a revamped food concourse.

The staff have a reputation for friendly and efficient service, making it a great introduction to the New England region. Importantly, passengers should be sure not to confuse this airport with Portland International Airport, which is located on the west coast of the United States, in Portland, Oregon.

Location

Portland International Jetport is located four miles (6km) from central Portland.

Getting to the city

The Greater Portland Transit District METRO provides bus service throughout the region. Route 5 connects the airport to downtown Portland, where transfers can be made to Amtrak, Greyhound, and other long-distance transport options. Taxis and ride-hailing apps are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (207) 774 7301

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Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)

Overview

Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport, known locally as simple San José International Airport, is a busy facility located four miles (6km) northwest of central San Jose. Home to Silicon Valley, San José is less a tourist destination and more of a business travel hub; the airport is also conveniently situated as an alternative to airports in Oakland and San Francisco, both 35 miles (56km) away.

Previously known for its poor facilities, San José International Airport opened a new terminal in 2010 that is earning rave reviews from passengers for its smooth processing and good facilities.

Flights to San José International Airport come in from destinations all over North America, including cities like Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Denver, Houston, Honolulu, Portland, San Jose de Cabo, Guadalajara, and Phoenix.


Location

The airport is located four miles (6km) northwest of San José.

Getting to the city

The Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) operates a special Airport Flyer service that links the airport to the Metro Light Rail Station and the Santa Clara Caltrain Station. It runs every 15-30 minutes between 5am and 11.30pm. There are also limousines and taxis available, and several hotels offer door-to-door shuttles for their guests.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 (408) 392 3600.

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Bradley International Airport (BDL)

Overview

Located halfway between Hartford and Springfield, Bradley International Airport (BDL) processes more than 350 daily flights and is the state's second busiest airport. The airport is also home to the Bradley Air National Guard Base. Bradley Airport is a busy, though efficient hub, and makes for a reasonably pleasant and stress-free introduction to Connecticut. If you've got some time to kill while waiting for your outbound flight, be sure to check out the New England Air Museum. With more than 75,000 square feet of exhibition space, showcasing exhibits on war planes, the history of air mail, and the famous Tuskegee Airmen, you'll find that your waiting-time passes quickly. The museum is open daily, from 10am to 5pm.

Location

The airport is located 15 miles (24km) north of Hartford.

Getting to the city

The Bradley Flyer offers an hourly bus service to downtown Hartford, seven days a week. Rental cars and taxis are available. App-based taxi services, like Uber, are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 860 292 2000.

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Boise Airport (BOI)

Location

The airport is located four miles (6km) from downtown Boise.

Getting to the city

Taxis, shuttles and ValleyRide buses into Boise are located at the lower level roadway outside baggage claim. The Sun Valley Express picks up passengers at the blue curb.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 208 383 3110.

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Indianapolis International Airport (IND)

Overview

The largest airport in Indiana, Indianapolis International Airport feels much smaller than it actually is. The single terminal has two main concourses that are easy to navigate, with digital visitor information kiosks located near each main escalator. The airport is efficient, and the staff offer typical friendly Midwestern hospitality.

Located just seven miles (11km) from central Indianapolis, the airport is connected with major highways that allow an easy 15-minute drive into the downtown area. Taxis and buses are readily available.

Flights to Indianapolis International Airport are available on a number if airlines to cities across North America, including busy routes to Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, and Charlotte.

Location

The airport is located 15 miles (24km) from downtown Indianapolis.

Getting to the city

The Ground Transportation Center, located on the lower level of the parking garage, offers connections to shuttles, hotel courtesy vehicles, limousines and the IndyGo bus service. The bus departs the airport to downtown Indianapolis, and single fares are $1.75. Many area hotels also offer free shuttle transfers.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 317 487 9594.

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Des Moines International Airport (DSM)

Overview

A relatively small facility, Des Moines International Airport is located three miles (5km) from central Des Moines and is a convenient gateway to Iowa and the Midwest. Processing fewer than three million passengers each year, the airport is basic but very well-run, with a friendly Midwestern attitude and a refreshing lack of long queues.

Though amenities are not flashy and luxury brands are noticeably absent, there are a good selection of basic shops and restaurants. Flights to Des Moines International Airport are available from cities across the US, including busy routes to Chicago, Denver, and Minneapolis.

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) from downtown Des Moines.

Getting to the city

The Des Moines Area Transit Authority (DART) Route 8 offers service to and from the airport to downtown Des Moines. A one-way fare is $1.75. The Heart of Iowa Regional Transit Agency (HIRTA) provides door-to-door service to all counties within the Greater Des Moines Metro Area, while intercity connections can be made via the Greyhound, Jefferson, or Trailways bus lines. Car rental and taxi options are available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 515 256 5050

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Eppley Airfield Airport (OMA)

Location

The airport is located four miles (6km) northeast of downtown Omaha.

Getting to the city

Taxis, shuttles, and rental cars are available at the airport. Bus route 16 (East Omaha/North 16th) services the airport on weekdays between about 6am and 6.25pm.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 402 661 8017.

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Will Rogers World Airport (OKC)

Overview

Visitors to the home of cowboys and Stetsons generally fly in to Will Rogers World Airport, which is a short drive from downtown Oklahoma City. The airport is named after a popular local comedian and cowboy.

Will Rogers World Airport is the busiest airport in Oklahoma and serves over three million passengers each year. Booking flights to Will Rogers World Airport is relatively easy as most popular airlines within the United States offer fights or flight connections to Oklahoma City.

Location

The airport is located nine miles (14km) southwest of Oklahoma City.

Getting to the city

Oklahoma City's public bus system doesn't serve the airport but shuttle services are offered by several hotels and should be reserved in advance. Taxis, private van shuttles, and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (405) 316 3200

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Grand Forks International Airport (GFK)

Location

The airport is located eight miles (13km) northwest of Grand Forks.

Getting to the city

Taxi services are available 24 hours a day. Travellers can arrange beforehand to have a taxi waiting or can call from the terminal once they arrive. A few local hotels provide shuttle services for guests, but make reservations prior to arrival.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (701) 795 6981

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Rapid City Regional Airport (RAP)

Location

The airport is located 11 miles (18km) from Rapid City.

Getting to the city

There is a shuttle service to any location in the Rapid City and Black Hills region. The shuttle runs seven days a week but arrangements should be made prior to arrival.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (605) 393 9924

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Sioux Falls Regional Airport (FSD)

Overview

Sioux Falls Regional Airport is just a few miles from the centre of Sioux Falls in South Dakota, the largest city between Minneapolis and Denver. The airport is also known as Joe Foss Field Airport, after the famous aviator by the same name. Founded in 1883, it today caters to an average of 200 commercial flights per day and over 700,000 passengers each year.

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) northwest of Sioux Falls.

Getting to the city

Several taxi, limo, and shuttle services are available, as well ride-hailing apps like Lyft.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (605) 336 0762

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Yeager Airport (CRW)

Location

The airport is located four miles (6km) from downtown Charleston.

Getting to the city

There is no bus or train service to Yeager Airport. Many local hotels provide free shuttle services to and from the airport, and taxis and rental cars are available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 304 344 8033

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Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT)

Location

The airport is located seven miles (11km) west of downtown Wichita.

Getting to the city

Various taxi, shuttle, and rental car companies service the airport.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 316 946 4700

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Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport Little Rock (LIT)

Location

The airport is situated four miles (6km) from the city.

Getting to the city

Shuttle services are available near Exit D and taxis outside Exit H on the west side of the baggage claim area. Public transport is available through Rock Region Metro; the bus stop is adjacent to the shuttle pick-up area.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 501 372 3439.

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Quad City International Airport (MLI)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) from downtown Moline.

Getting to the city

The airport is accessible via the METRO bus, on Route 20 Blue. The METRO bus departs from the bus stop in front of the terminal twice an hour. Monday to Friday, operating hours are from 6.10am to 6.10pm; and on Saturdays from 8.40am to 6.10pm. There is no bus service on major holidays.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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San Antonio International Airport (SAT)

Overview

Recently renovated, the San Antonio International Airport is well-connected to two major highways making it an easy drive from San Antonio. Although it doesn't have a wide selection of shopping and dining options, the airport offers a warm and friendly environment for air travellers.

San Antonio International Airport serves nine million passengers each year and there are flights connecting it to a number of major destinations across North America. These include, Washington DC, New York, Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, Cancun, and even Mexico City to name a few.

Location

The airport is located 10 miles (16km) from San Antonio city centre.

Getting to the city

VIA Metropolitan Transit Bus 5 connects the airport to the city. Buses run frequently between about 5.30am and 9.30pm. The journey takes about half an hour by bus. Shuttles, taxis and rental cars are also available at the airport.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 210 207 3433

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Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR)

Location

The airport is situated three miles (5km) southwest of downtown Myrtle Beach.

Getting to the city

Coast RTA provides public bus service to and from the airport every day. There are hotel shuttles that run to and from the airport, as well as taxis and rental cars.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 843 448 1589.

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Sacramento International Airport (SMF)

Overview

Sacramento International Airport serves 4.6 million passengers each year. It is an easy-to-navigate airport, but can seem overcrowded during peak periods.

Most shops and other passenger facilities are only available after security, and the massage stands are a welcome sight to many weary air-travellers.

Location

Sacramento International Airport is located 11 miles (18km) northwest of downtown Sacramento.

Getting to the city

Affordable public transport to the Sacramento Airport goes by the name Yolobus. This service offers daily routes throughout the region, including downtown, Davis, Woodland and beyond. Services to downtown run from 5.30am, Monday to Friday, and from 8.20am on the weekends. Last buses depart from downtown and the airport shortly after 10pm. Regular fare is $2.25 for a single journey, with concessions available. Limousine and shared shuttle services are also available from the airport.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (916) 929 5411
Email: air-market@saccounty.net

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Monroe Regional Airport (MLU)

Location

The airport is located three miles (6km) east of Monroe's central business district.

Getting to the city

There is a bus service between the city and the airport, which runs every 45 minutes, Monday to Saturday. Buses operate between 6.20am and 6.40pm. Airport shuttles, taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (318) 329 2460

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Tucson International Airport (TUS)

Overview

Tucson International Airport is a short drive from downtown Tucson. The airport serves fewer than ten airlines and as a result has higher service levels and shorter queues.

Tucson Airport is well connected to Tucson city and houses a number of shops and restaurants to keep travellers entertained. There is also an arts and culture programme, with a number of Mexican-inspired pieces, located at the airport.

Location

The airport is situated nine miles (14km) south of downtown Tucson.

Getting to the city

The Sun Tran bus company operates service into Tucson from the airport on two routes. A standard Sun Tran bus fare is $1.75. Airport shuttles, taxis, and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -7

Contacts

Tel: +1 520 573 8100

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Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)

Overview

The smaller of Chicago's two airports, Chicago Midway International Airport is an important air traffic hub for the Midwest, offering service on several low-cost airlines to dozens of cities across the US.

Located eight miles (13km) from downtown Chicago, Midway is well-connected to both the city and sister airport Chicago O'Hare by efficient public transport, including buses and the famous elevated 'L' train. Uber and Lyft both operate at the airport.

The single terminal at Chicago Midway is pleasant, with a centralised shopping and dining area called Midway Boulevard. The airport even has a multimedia Battle of Midway Memorial with 3D holographic projections of World War II ships and airplanes.

Location

The airport is located eight miles (13km) from downtown Chicago.

Getting to the city

Passengers transfering to Chicago can rent a car, or hire a limo or taxi. The Chicago Transit Authority's Orange Line runs from the airport to downtown Chicago. There are also bus services from the airport to throughout the city. The Continental Airport Express has door-to-door service on shuttles leaving every 15 minutes.

Contacts

Tel: +1 (773) 838-0600. Email: aviation@flychicago.com

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Tulsa International Airport (TUL)

Location

The airport is located nine miles (8km) from Tulsa.

Getting to the city

Tulsa Transit provides a bus service from the airport to downtown Tulsa. Taxis, shuttles, and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (918) 838 5000

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Ronald Reagan Washington Airport (DCA)

Overview

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a hub for the largest carrier in the United States - US Airways. DCA accepts flights from across North America and the Caribbean with routes between DC and Atlanta, New York, Dallas, Miami, Houston and Chicago being the busiest. DCA is well connected to downtown Washington via the Metrorail, making it a convenient airport to use when travelling in the region.

Location

Three miles (4.8 km) south of Washington DC.

Getting to the city

The airport has a Metrorail station connected to the concourse level of Terminals B and C which offers connecting service to downtown Washington DC. Metrobus provides service to Washington DC on weekend mornings when the Metro isn't operating. There are several shuttle companies that offer door-to-door service within the city.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from March to November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 (703) 417 8000

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Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)

Location

The airport is located 22 miles (about 35km) northeast of Orlando.

Getting to the city

Lynx bus #33 serves the airport, stopping right outside the terminal buildings.

Time

Local time is GMT -5 (GMT -4 between March and November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 407 585 4500

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Lexington Blue Grass Airport (LEX)

Overview

Lexington's Blue Grass Airport (LEX) has an evocative name that chimes with the proud history of Kentucky. Southern hospitality is the order of the day at the friendly and efficient airport, located just six miles (10km) outside the city of Lexington.

A small regional airport, you won't find flights to Blue Grass Airport from international destinations. Instead, you can choose from commuter flights operating to and from Chicago, Atlanta and Houston.

Processing just over a million passengers a year, the airport is a warm and welcoming gateway to the charms of the state of Kentucky, including bluegrass music, bourbon whiskey, and the famous horse race, The Kentucky Derby.

A highly recommended activity for when you're waiting for your flight is to visit the Paddock Gallery on the first level, and browse through the beautifully framed paintings and prints of past Kentucky Derby winners.

Location

The airport is located six miles (10km) outside Lexington, Kentucky.

Getting to the city

There is an express bus service into downtown Lexington, offered by LexTran. The bus operates Monday through Friday from 6am to 6pm from the curb side pick-up area.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

859 425 3100

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Colorado Springs Municipal Airport (COS)

Overview

A small airport located nine miles (16km) southeast of central Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Municipal Airport offers limited service to twenty US cities, depending on the season, including Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington DC, and Denver.

A few shops and restaurants, and a children's play area, make up the bulk of the entertainment options; however the airport's modest facilities are well-maintained and the staff is efficient and helpful, making Colorado Springs Municipal Airport a viable alternative to the bustle of Denver's much larger airport.

Location

The airport is located nine miles (16km) southeast of Colorado Springs.

Getting to the city

There are buses to Colorado Springs and the surrounding region from the airport. Taxis, limousines, rental cars, and airport shuttles are all available at the airport, and some hotels in Colorado Springs offer pick-up services for their guests.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE)

Location

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) southwest of Columbia.

Getting to the city

Taxis and rental cars are available and many hotels provide airport shuttles. Limousines can also be arranged.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Akron-Canton Airport (CAK)

Overview

Akron-Canton Regional Airport is one of the fastest-growing airports in the Midwest, gaining in popularity due to its reputation for friendly and efficient service. The facility is small, but conveniently located in Summit County, Ohio, 10 miles (16km) from both Akron and Canton and only 40 miles (65km) from Cleveland.

The facility only handles domestic flights, but there are cheap flights to Akron-Canton Regional Airport from many US cities, including Atlanta, Boston, New York City, Chicago, Detroit, Charlotte, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, and many others.

Location

The airport is located between Akron and Canton, about 15 miles (24km) southeast of Akron.

Getting to the city

The Akron Metro bus service is available from the airport to the city centre and to a number of other nearby towns and cities. Taxi services and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA)

Location

The airport is located two miles (3km) southeast of the central business district of Mosinee.

Getting to the city

There is no public transportation to the airport. Many local hotels offer free shuttle transfers, while taxis and rental cars are available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Dane County Regional Airport (MSN)

Overview

A small municipal airport serving Madison and south-central Wisconsin, Dane County Regional Airport is a quietly efficient facility often overlooked by travellers heading to the much larger airport in Milwaukee.

Serving roughly 1.5 million passengers each year, Dane County Regional Airport offers non-stop service to 13 airports around the US, including Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, and Washington DC.

The airport is small and relaxed, with a few shops and restaurants in the terminal. However, it has a reputation for thorough security screening, so passengers should be prepared for no nonsense at security checkpoints.

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) northeast of Madison.

Getting to the city

The Madison Metro Transit System Route 20 bus runs to the airport every 30 minutes on weekdays, and every 60 minutes in the evenings and on weekends and holidays. Travellers going to downtown Madison should take the westbound bus marked 'Route 20 - North Transfer Point', while those heading east can take the bus marked 'Route 20 - East Towne Mall'. Many hotels in Madison offer complimentary shuttle transfers from the airport.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (608) 246 3380

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Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB)

Overview

What was once a small airstrip for private planes has grown into a modern facility offering convenient access to the busy holiday resorts in central Florida. Located three miles (5km) out of central Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach International Airport has three runways and two terminals that serve nearly 300,000 passengers each year.

Flights to Daytona Beach International Airport are limited, however there are busy routes to nearby cities like Charlotte and Atlanta. The airport is often overlooked in favour of larger airports in Orlando and Jacksonville, however the small facility is a great way to avoid the congested traffic of those facilities.

Services and amenities at Daytona Beach International Airport are basic, but there are a few shops and restaurants to keep people entertained while they wait for their flights.

Location

The airport is located four miles (6km) southwest of Daytona Beach.

Getting to the city

The Votran municipal bus service stops at the airport regularly on weekdays and Saturdays, with a more limited service on Sundays. An adult bus fare is about $1.75.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Duluth International Airport (DLH)

Overview

Located five miles (9km) northwest of the city of Duluth, Duluth International Airport is a small airport in northern Minnesota. Serving the region around Lake Superior, the airport is used by only three airlines, with regional flights to destinations like Minneapolis, Detroit, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Orlando.

With fewer than 300,000 passengers travelling through the airport each year, the facilities in Duluth International Airport are understandably basic, with only a gift shop and cafe in the terminal.

Location

The airport is located seven miles (11km) northwest of Duluth.

Getting to the city

The Duluth Transit Authority operates bus services (Route 8) throughout the week and weekend (Route 5). Limited service is available on public holidays and Sundays. Single fares are $0.75 off-peak, or $1.50 during peak travel times. Exact change is required.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Westchester County Airport (HPN)

Overview

Located a quick drive from White Plains on the state border between New York State and Connecticut, Westchester County Airport mainly caters for corporate planes. However, flights to Westchester County Airport are also available from a number of cities across the United States.

A popular feature of the Westchester County Airport is the observation deck on the third level. Although small, Westchester County Airport has a modest selection of dining and shopping options to entertain those with a bit of extra time to spend at the airport.

Location

The airport is eight miles (13km) from White Plains in New York State.

Getting to the city

Bee-Line Bus 12 runs from the airport to White Plains and the local train station, from which passengers can catch the MTA Metro-North Railroad. Bus fare is $2.75 and the buses stop on the central traffic island just outside the terminal building. The other options for getting into White Plains are catching a taxi, using an app based taxi service like Uber or renting a car, though some hotels may offer airport transfers for guests.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT - 4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (914) 995 4860

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El Paso International Airport (ELP)

Overview

A small regional airport serving roughly three million passengers each year, El Paso International Airport is a busy gateway between Mexico and the United States. The airport is located fours miles (6km) from downtown El Paso, Texas, and 12 miles (19km) from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, making it a convenient transport hub for both cities.

The busy border area sees mostly regional traffic, with busy routes to Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix, Houston, Denver, and Dallas. The airport itself is fairly basic, with a small central terminal filled with a mix of fast food restaurants and gift shops. The service is friendly, and nearly everyone who works at the airport speaks both English and Spanish.

Location

The airport is located seven miles (11km) from downtown El Paso.

Getting to the city

Sun Metro has a scheduled route to the airport seven days a week, with slightly shorter service times on Saturday and Sunday. Regular fares are $1.50. Commercial shuttles are available by advance booking. Many local hotels offer free transfers.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

(915) 212 0330

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William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)

Overview

A short drive from downtown Houston, William P. Hobby Airport is affectionately known as Hobby Airport. Passengers wishing to avoid the hustle, bustle and queues of the George Bush Intercontinental often use this smaller, well-connected airport.

Although there isn't a vast selection of shops and restaurants at Hobby Airport, this is countered by the personalised service and faster security processes making it a refreshing change for the seasoned air traveller.

Location

The airport is seven miles (11km) from downtown Houston.

Getting to the city

The Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority operates bus services between downtown Houston and William P. Hobby Airport. Route 88 serves the airport, buses leave from zone 13 outside the baggage claims area. Buses operate every 30-40 minutes between around 5am and 12.30am during the week and around 6am and 1am on Saturdays. Fares start at $1.25.

Time

GMT - 6

Contacts

Tel: +1 (713) 640 3000.

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General Mitchell International Airport (MKE)

Overview

Located five miles (8km) south of Milwaukee in Wisconsin, General Mitchell International Airport is a convenient travel hub not only for Milwaukee, but for Chicago as well, 85 miles (138km) to the south. Excellent public transportation as far as Chicago makes the airport a viable alternative to busier airports like O'Hare and Midway.

General Mitchell is a small facility serving roughly 10 million passengers each year on mostly regional flights. The airport's busiest route is to nearby Minneapolis. However, flights are available to Atlanta, New York, Las Vegas, Washington DC, and a few major cities in Canada and Mexico.

While the amenities at General Mitchell International Airport aren't dazzling, there are good restaurants and shops to browse, including a great used book store, clothing outlets, and more. The airport also has an aerospace museum, the Mitchell Gallery of Flight.

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) south of Milwaukee.

Getting to the city

The Milwaukee Country Transit System operates several lines to the airport: Route 80 connects to downtown Milwaukee from around 5am and after midnight, while the GreenLine runs to Bayshore Town Center between around 4am and 2am.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Bangor International Airport (BGR)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) from Bangor city centre.

Getting to the city

Bangor International Airport is connected to the city by the Community Connector bus service. A single fare costs around $1.50 but most destinations around Bangor will require at least one transfer. Buses stop at the airport about every 40 minutes. Alternatively, some hotels may provide a shuttle service from the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4, from the first Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).

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Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ)

Overview

GMT - 6 and GMT - 5 in daylight Saving time.Sarasota Bradenton International Airport is the gateway to the gateway to the sunny beaches of Florida's west coast. The airport is relatively small and comprises one terminal which houses both arrivals and departures.

Over one million passengers transit through this each year. However, because it is such a small airport, flights to Sarasota Bradenton International Airport are quite expensive.

Location

The airport is nine miles (14km) south of Bradenton and five miles (8km) northwest of downtown Sarasota.

Getting to the city

Buses heading into Sarasota and Manatee leave from the west end of the baggage claims area. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 941-359-5200.

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Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO)

Overview

Reno-Tahoe International Airport may be the second-busiest airport in Nevada, but it is still reasonably small and friendly. It is mainly used by holidaymakers heading for Nevada's holiday and ski resorts at Lake Tahoe.

Reno-Tahoe International Airport has a modest selection of shopping and dining options, and, being in Nevada, it also offers passengers a couple of slot machines. The airport is a great gateway to the Nevada's great outdoors and a number of airlines from across the United States offer flights to Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Location

The airport is just five miles (8km) south of downtown Reno.

Getting to the city

The RTC Ride runs between the airport and downtown Reno. The pick-up zone is at the north end near the baggage claim area. Route 19 operates to and from the airport on weekdays. Taxis are also available from the same area and the ride into town takes just ten minutes.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 (775) 328 6400

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Rochester International Airport (RST)

Overview

Rochester International Airport is a tiny regional airport in Minnesota served by only two airlines. It receives fewer than 400,000 passengers annually and is generally used for the medical airline AirMed, which is connected to the Mayo Clinic, a top non-profit medical practice and research facility. Staff at the airport are warm and friendly and process times are short as it is such a small airport.

Location

The airport is nine miles (14km) southwest of Rochester.

Getting to the city

There are no public buses or trains from Rochester International Airport, but there is a shuttle service that runs from the airport to downtown. To book the shuttle, ask the Ground Transport Desk in the terminal to assist. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 (507) 282 2328.

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Ontario International Airport (ONT)

Overview

Ontario International Airport is a relatively small airport. It handles just 4.8 million passengers each year, but it is equipped to handle twice that amount.
The airport consists of a number of terminals, which are all equipped with great basic facilities. Staff are friendly and helpful and the airport is a convenient alternative to some of the larger airports in the region.

Location

The airport is just over three miles (5km) from downtown Ontario, and 39 miles (63km) east of downtown Los Angeles, in California.

Getting to the city

The best way to get into town from Ontario Airport is to take Omnitrans bus No. 61. It runs at 15-minute intervals.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: +1 (909) 544 5300.

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Palm Springs International Airport (PSP)

Overview

Palm Springs International Airport is an airy open-plan airport with great gardens for passengers to relax in before boarding their flights. It serves 1.5 million passengers each year and is well connected to destinations around the world.

The airport has a modest selection of shopping and dining options. The hot and dry climate means that there are slightly fewer flights available during the summer months, but in general booking a flight to Palm Springs should be relatively easy and onward travel is mostly hassle-free.

Location

The airport is three miles (5km) from downtown Palm Springs.

Getting to the city

The Amtrak bus is located at the north end of the terminal, and the Morongo Basin Transit Authority (MBTA) provides a bus service to Palm Springs. Taxis and rental cars are available. Some mobile app based taxi services are also available.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to first Sunday in November)

Contacts

Tel: +1 (760) 318 3800.

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Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO)

Location

The airport is 11 miles (18km) west of Greensboro.

Getting to the city

Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) offers a shuttle between the airport and several destinations nearby. Taxis and rental cars are also available, as are ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November)

Contacts

Tel: (336) 665 5666

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Hector International Airport (FAR)

Overview

Located five miles (8km) northwest of Fargo, Hector International Airport is the primary airport for North Dakota and northern Minnesota. A small airport, most of the flights to Hector International Airport are short trips from nearby Minneapolis.

However, there are limited flights to Las Vegas, Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Orlando, and Los Angeles. The airport's facilities are basic, although it does contain facilities for both domestic and international flights.

There is only one gift shop and one restaurant in the terminal. Indeed, Hector International Airport is loaded with small town charm and friendly staff members may even hold a flight if queues at the security are slow.

Hector International Airport has the macabre distinction of being the intended destination of the flight that Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, and the Big Bopper were on when it crashed coming from Clearwater, Iowa, in 1959.

Location

The airport is five miles (8km) northwest of Fargo.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport from the airport into Fargo. However, many local hotels will arrange transfers by advance request. Jefferson Bus Lines and Amtrak provide intercity bus services from downtown Fargo.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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James M. Cox Dayton International Airport (DAY)

Overview

Located 12 miles (19km) from the central business district of Dayton, James M. Cox Dayton International Airport is conveniently situated for flights to Ohio as it is near several main interstate highways.

A travel hub for the Midwestern US, Dayton International Airport is reachable from most major US airports within a 90-minute flight, and so flights to Dayton International Airport are available from many cities, including Atlanta, New York, Denver, Chicago, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Dallas, Baltimore, Orlando, and Washington DC.

The airport itself is pleasant, with a variety of restaurants and shops, as well as seasonal art exhibitions to entertain passengers while they wait. The facility has only one terminal, making connections quick and easy.

Location

The airport is located 12 miles (19km) north of central Dayton.

Getting to the city

Ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft are available, as too are courtesy shuttles. The bus service RTA Route 43 connects the airport to downtown Dayton. Note that Sunday services are limited.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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John Wayne Airport (SNA)

Overview

Situated in Orange County, John Wayne Airport is conveniently located only 14 miles (23km) from Disneyland and easy distance from other popular Southern California attractions like Hollywood and Universal Studios. Previously called Orange County Airport, the facility was renamed in 1979 after the famous Hollywood actor.

Housing three terminals with vaulted ceilings and large windows, John Wayne Airport has a number of shops and restaurants that provide basic necessities.

John Wayne Airport is a pleasant alternative to the mammoth facility and congestion of Los Angeles International Airport, and offers flights to a number of cities across North America, including Chicago, Houston, Denver, San Francisco, Mexico City, Minneapolis, Newark, Mexico City, Vancouver and Calgary.

Location

The airport is located in Orange County, California, just 14 miles (23km) from the Disneyland Resort.

Getting to the city

Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) buses, and the iShuttle service John Wayne Airport. Additionally, an express bus runs to the Disneyland Resort on a set schedule. Taxis and rental cars are available. Uber and other similar mobile app based taxi services are also available. Most ground transportation services pick up travellers in the Ground Transportation Center (GTC).

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Lansing Capital Region International Airport (LAN)

Overview

Also known as Capital City Region International Airport, Lansing Capital City Airport is located just three miles (5km) northwest of Lansing, Michigan. Despite its important-sounding name, the airport is small.

Lansing Capital City Airport has limited facilities, with only a few gift shops and cafés to keep passengers entertained while they wait for their flights. Thus a good book and fully-charged phone are essential for whiling away a layover in Lansing.

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) northwest of downtown Lansing.

Getting to the city

Capital Area Transit Authority (CATA) provides a fixed route bus service to Capital Region International Airport seven days a week along Route 14.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

(517) 321-6121

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Mobile Regional Airport (MOB)

Location

Mobile Regional Airport is located about 13 miles (21km) west of central Mobile.

Getting to the city

The Airport Boulevard connects the airport to the city of Mobile, taxis and rental cars are readily available. Several door-to-door shuttle services are also available and these can be pre-booked. Some hotels offer airport pick-ups. Uber, and other app-based taxi services, are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR)

Location

The airport is located eight miles (13km) outside of Baton Rouge's central business district.

Getting to the city

Shuttle services are available and the Capital Area Transit System (CATS) provides an express airport service to downtown. The bus leaves hourly.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (225) 355 0333

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Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM)

Location

Montgomery Airport is located seven miles (11km) southwest of Montgomery.

Getting to the city

The cheapest mode of transport from the airport into the city is the Montgomery Area Transit bus. The station is right outside the terminal and services run hourly during the week between 5.55am and 7.55pm, and roughly every 1 hour and 40 minutes on Saturdays between 7.55am and 5.55pm. Many hotels offer airport shuttles and shuttle bus services and taxis are also available at the airport. Uber, and other app-based taxi services, are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport (LWS)

Location

Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport is located two miles (3km) south of downtown Lewiston.

Getting to the city

Ride the Valley has an hourly service from the airport between 6.20am and around 7pm. Taxis are available to town. Some resorts and hotels also offer transfer services.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Shreveport Regional Airport (SHV)

Location

Shreveport Airport is located eight miles (13km) out of the centre of the city.

Getting to the city

The local SporTran bus system has routes from the airport to the city centre. A variety of private shuttle companies are available at the airport, as are taxis.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (318) 673 5370

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Southwest Georgia Regional Airport (ABY)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) west of Albany.

Getting to the city

Rental cars and taxis are available at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Dothan Regional Airport (DHN)

Location

Dothan Airport is situated nine miles (14km) northwest of Dothan.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport to the airport. However, taxis operate within airport hours and there are rental cars available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Huntsville International Airport (HSV)

Location

Huntsville Airport is located 14 miles (23km) southwest of downtown Huntsville.

Getting to the city

Taxis and airport shuttle buses are parked outside the baggage claim area. Many hotels in Huntsville offer airport shuttle services for their guests. Capital Motor Lines and Spirit Coach provide bus services.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Juneau International Airport (JNU)

Location

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) northwest of central Juneau.

Getting to the city

Juneau's public transit system, Capital Transit, provides bus and shuttle services to and from the airport. A number of hotels also offer shuttle services for guests. Rental cars and taxis are available at the airport.

Time

GMT -9 (GMT -8 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA)

Location

The airport is located 23 miles (37km) northwest of Fayetteville.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport from Fayetteville Airport; however, there are several shuttle services available by advance booking. Some hotels offer complimentary transfers for guests.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH)

Location

The airport is situated seven miles (11km) southeast of Tallahassee.

Getting to the city

Buses, hotel shuttles, limousine shuttles, rental cars, and taxis are available from the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Savannah / Hilton Head International Airport (SAV)

Location

The airport is located 11 miles (18km) northwest of the central business district of Savannah.

Getting to the city

Both Chatham Area Transit and Coastal Regional Coaches operate daily from the airport to many locations in the Savannah area. Taxis are available, as well as Uber and Lyft.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Gainesville Regional Airport (GNV)

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) northeast of Gainesville.

Getting to the city

Regional Transit System (RTS) Route 25 operates between downtown Gainesville and the airport regularly every day, although the schedule is reduced on Sundays. Adult bus fare is $1.50. Several hotels in the area also offer shuttle services for guests.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4, from mid-March to the first Sunday in November)

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Valdosta Regional Airport (VLD)

Location

The airport is located nearly four miles (6km) south of Valdosta.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport to Valdosta Airport, but shuttle and taxi services are available with advance bookings. Mobile app based taxi services, like Uber and Lyft, are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to first Sunday in November).

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Columbus Airport (CSG)

Location

The airport is located six miles (10km) northeast of the central business district of Columbus.

Getting to the city

The Metra city bus has service to the airport. The stop is located across from the northwest corner of the airport on Airport Thruway, at Wal-Mart. Taxis and limousines are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Evansville Regional Airport (EVV)

Location

The airport is located nine miles (14km) north of Evansville.

Getting to the city

There is no public transportation to Evansville Airport, however shuttle services are provided to many nearby hotels, and taxis are available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

(812) 421 4401

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Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA)

Location

The airport is located nine miles (14km) southwest of Fort Wayne.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport available. However there are hotel shuttles, rental cars, taxis and limousines are all available at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (260) 747 4146

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South Bend International Airport (SBN)

Location

The airport is located four miles (6km) northwest of South Bend.

Getting to the city

The South Shore rail line connects the airport with cities throughout north-western Indiana. Bus companies include Interurban Trolley and Transpo, which offer services to Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Toledo. Uber and Lyft are available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

(574) 282 4590

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Eastern Iowa Airport (CID)

Location

The airport is about eight miles (13km) from Cedar Rapids.

Getting to the city

Cedar Rapids Transit Route 11 provides service to the airport roughly every half hour between around 5.40am and 6.40pm on weekdays, and once per hour between around 8.40am and 4.40pm on Saturdays, depending on demand. One way fares are $1.50 and correct change is required.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

(319) 362 8336 or email info@flyCID.com

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Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT)

Location

Fresno Airport is located more than 65 miles (105km) south of Yosemite National Park, on California State Route 41 in eastern Fresno.

Getting to the city

Tour buses, shared shuttles, taxis and buses that connect to Yosemite and downtown Fresno are all available in front of the terminal building.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from the mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Key West International Airport (EYW)

Location

The airport is situated two miles (3km) east of Key West.

Getting to the city

Shuttles and taxis can be found at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Pensacola International Airport (PNS)

Location

The airport is situated five miles (8km) from central Pensacola.

Getting to the city

Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) buses service the airport. Shared shuttles, taxis and limousines can also be hired at the airport and cars can be rented. Uber and other similar mobile app based taxi services are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November)

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Minot International Airport (MOT)

Location

The airport is located two miles (3km) north of Minot.

Getting to the city

Taxis provide transportation while several hotels offer free shuttle transfers.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Destin–Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS)

Location

The airport is situated 16 miles (26km) from Destin, and nine miles (14km) from Fort Walton Beach.

Getting to the city

No public transportation services the airport, but numerous bus, shuttle, taxi and mobile app based taxi services operate at the airport.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to first Sunday in November).

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Central Illinois Regional Airport Bloomington-Normal (BMI)

Location

The airport is situated five miles (8km) east of Bloomington.

Getting to the city

The Tan line of the Connect-Transit bus service provides transport to the airport via the 'CIRA Terminal' stop. Taxis and rental cars are also available at the airport.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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McKinnon St. Simons Island Airport (SSI)

Location

The airport is located on St Simons island, six miles (10km) east of Brunswick.

Getting to the city

The best way to connect to the city is via car. Car hire options are available at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).

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Range Regional Airport (HIB)

Location

The airport is located seven miles (11km) southeast of Hibbing, Minnesota.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport serving the airport. Car hire and taxis are the best method of getting to Chisholm or Hibbing.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Kalamazoo Battle Creek International Airport (AZO)

Location

The airport is situated three miles (5km) southeast of Kalamazoo.

Getting to the city

Kalamazoo Metro Transit buses service the airport, departing every hour between 7am and 10pm Monday through Saturday. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Sawyer International Airport (MQT)

Location

The airport is situated 19 miles (31km) south of Marquette.

Getting to the city

A Marq-Tran bus shuttle services the airport roughly every hour, operating from around 6am to 7pm on weekdays, and between 7.30am and 5.30pm on Saturdays. The buses travel to downtown Marquette and Gwinn. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Pellston Regional Airport (PLN)

Location

The airport is situated two miles (3km) northwest of downtown Pellston.

Getting to the city

Taxis, shuttles and rental cars are available at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport (GPT)

Location

Gulfport–Biloxi International Airport is located nearly six miles (10km) northeast of Gulfport.

Getting to the city

Taxis and hired cars are available at the airport. Some local hotels offer shuttle services for guests.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to first Sunday in November).

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Columbus-Lowndes County Airport (UBS)

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) southeast of Columbus.

Getting to the city

Public transport does not service the airport, but taxis are available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Cherry Capital Airport (TVC)

Location

The airport is situated five miles (8km) southeast of downtown Traverse City.

Getting to the city

Bay Area Transportation Authority (BATA) provides an airport bus service, with single fares costing $1.50. Rental cars and taxis are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Helena Regional Airport (HLN)

Location

The airport is located four miles (6km) northeast of Helena.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport servicing Helena Airport but Helena Towncar, a luxury shuttle service, is available for pick-up and drop-off. A number of area hotels provide free shuttle service to and from the airport, and can be called through the courtesy phone board located in the baggage claim area near the east entrance of the terminal.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+404 442 2821

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Glacier Park International Airport (FCA)

Location

The airport is located six miles (10km) northeast of Kalispell.

Getting to the city

Car rentals and taxis are available but there is no public transport servicing the airport.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+406 257 5994

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Missoula International Airport (MSO)

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) northwest of downtown Missoula.

Getting to the city

Mountain Line operates public buses to the airport 11 times every weekday. Information is available from their kiosk in the baggage claim area.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+406 728 4381

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Great Falls International Airport (GTF)

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) southwest of Great Falls.

Getting to the city

Taxis, hotel shuttles and rental cars are available. Public buses stop nearby but don't service the airport directly.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6, from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Springfield-Branson National Airport (SGF)

Location

The airport is situated seven miles (11km) northwest of Springfield.

Getting to the city

Some hotels in Branson and Springfield offer airport shuttles for their guests. The airport is served by several shuttles, rental cars, and taxi companies.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Elmira Corning Regional Airport (ELM)

Location

The airport is situated seven miles (11km) northwest of Elmira.

Getting to the city

C-Tran bus route 20 connects the airport to Elmira between roughly 8am and 6pm on weekdays, and between 10am and 5pm on Saturdays. Adult bus fare is about $2.25. A number of hotels offer airport shuttles for their guests and taxis and rental cars are also available.

Ride-hailing apps such as Lyft are also available to passengers at the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (607) 739 5621

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Lafayette Regional Airport (LFT)

Location

The airport is located two miles (4km) southeast of Lafayette.

Getting to the city

A number of taxi and shuttle services operate from the airport.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (337) 266 4400

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Greater Binghamton Airport (BGM)

Location

The airport is situated 11 miles (18km) north of Binghamton.

Getting to the city

Taxis, airport shuttles, and rental cars are available to get into town.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (607) 763 4471

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Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR)

Location

The airport is situated nine miles (14km) northeast of downtown Syracuse.

Getting to the city

Taxis to and from the William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center will link travellers to Syracuse through Centro's bus network.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (315) 454 4330

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Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport (ITH)

Location

The airport is situated five miles (8km) northeast of downtown Ithaca.

Getting to the city

TCAT bus route 32 services the airport between 7.50am and 9.30pm on weekdays, and bus route 72 services the airport between 8.45am and 11pm on Saturdays, and between 7.45am and 4.45pm on Sundays. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Stewart International Airport (SWF)

Location

The airport is situated six miles (10km) west of Newburgh.

Getting to the city

Coach USA's Stewart Airport Express provides a fast and convenient bus service between the airport and New York City. Those wanting to take the Metro-North Train to New York City can catch the Leprechaun Bus, which transports passengers to the Beacon Station. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (845) 838 8200

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Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC)

Location

The airport is situated five miles (8km) southwest of downtown Rochester.

Getting to the city

Rochester Transit Service buses service the airport every day of the week, with an adult bus fare of $1. A number of hotels in the area offer airport shuttles for their guests, while taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Walla Walla Regional Airport (ALW)

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) northeast of the central business district of Walla Walla.

Getting to the city

Valley Transit Route 1 has service to Walla Walla Community College, located very near the airport. While the normal service does not run to the airport, it will stop there on request. Buses run approximately every 30 minutes between 6.15am and 5.50pm, Monday to Friday. Taxis, Mobile app based taxi services, shuttles, and rental cars can also be arranged.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+1 509 522 5211

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Albany International Airport (ALB)

Location

The airport is located about six miles (10km) from the city centre.

Getting to the city

Regional and long-distance local bus, taxi, limousine, and car rental services are available at the airport to transport passengers to the city centre.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE)

Location

The airport is located six miles (10km) from Allentown city centre.

Getting to the city

Taxis, public buses and shuttles are available at the airport to transport passengers to the city centre and car rental is also available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4, from mid-March to the first Sunday in November)

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Appleton International Airport (ATW)

Location

The airport is located six miles (10km) from downtown Appleton.

Getting to the city

Although no public transport services Appleton Airport, taxis and rental cars are available. Ride-hailing apps such as Lyft and Uber operate at the airport. Some local hotels provide free shuttle service for guests with advance bookings.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Albert J. Ellis Airport (OAJ)

Location

The airport is situated 11 miles (19km) northwest of Jacksonville.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport servicing the airport, but taxis, rental cars, and airport shuttles are available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Asheville Regional Airport (AVL)

Location

The airport is located 15 miles (24km) south of Asheville.

Getting to the city

Bus services are available to downtown Asheville. Many local hotels offer free shuttle transfers to guests.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (BQK)

Location

The airport is located 5.6 miles (9km) north of central Brunswick.

Getting to the city

Island Transport Service and the FLETC Shuttle Service provide shuttle services from the airport to the city. There is no public bus or train to the airport.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4, from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Wilmington International Airport (ILM)

Location

The airport is situated seven miles (11km) north of Wilmington.

Getting to the city

WAVE Transit's bus route #207 runs to and from the airport, Monday to Friday, on an hour frequency from 6am to 9pm. The route does not run on the weekend. Rental cars and taxis are available at the airport while app based taxi services like Uber are also in operation.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Eugene Airport (EUG)

Location

The airport is situated 10 miles (16km) northwest of Eugene.

Getting to the city

Taxis and a door-to-door shared shuttle service called OmniShuttle service the airport. Rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Bismarck Municipal Airport (BIS)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) southeast of Bismarck.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport to downtown Bismarck from the airport. Some local hotels provide free shuttle services to guests.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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University Park Airport (SCE)

Location

The airport is situated around seven miles (11km) from downtown State College.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport to the airport, but taxis, shuttles, and rental cars are available.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (814) 865 4042

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Erie International Airport Tom Ridge Field (ERI)

Location

The airport is situated six miles (10km) southwest of Erie.

Getting to the city

The Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority provides regular transport to the Greater Erie region.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (814) 833 4258

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Wilkes-Barre / Scranton International Airport (AVP)

Location

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) from downtown Scranton.

Getting to the city

Taxis, buses, and rental cars are available at the airport and a number of hotels offer shuttles for their guests.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (570) 602 2000

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Charleston International Airport (CHS)

Location

The airport is situated 12 miles (20km) northwest of downtown Charleston.

Getting to the city

CARTA offers services to and from the airport on the NASH Express between about 8am and 9pm on weekdays and Saturdays, and 12pm and 6pm on Sundays. Bus tickets cost $3.50 per person per trip. Once in town, passengers can access the free DASH shuttle service that travels to numerous destinations.

There is a shuttle bus that makes multiple stops and is shared among multiple passengers. Adult shuttle fare to downtown Charleston is $15, departing every 15 minutes. Taxis and rental cars are also available. There are also ride-hailing apps available such as Uber.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Capital City Airport (HAR)

Location

The airport is situated three miles (5km) southeast of Harrisburg

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (717) 525 9999

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Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)

Location

The airport is situated about 13 miles (21km) from Greenville.

Getting to the city

There are various shuttles and transportation companies servicing the area, with Eastside Transportation being the official shuttle service. As well as limousines and rental cars, there are also ride-hailing apps such as Uber.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

Tel: (864) 877 7426

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Norfolk International Airport (ORF)

Location

The airport is located less than 10 miles (16km) northeast of central Norfolk.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport offered to Norfolk Airport; however, taxis, shuttles, and rental cars are available and some local hotels offer free shuttle service to guests.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+1 757 857 3351

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Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport (ROA)

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) northwest of Roanoke.

Getting to the city

The Smart Way Bus stops at Roanoke Airport every one to two hours between 6.35am and 8.35pm Monday to Saturday, making a number of stops between Roanoke and Blacksburg. Some local hotels offer free shuttle transfers for guests.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+1 540 362 1999

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Charlottesville–Albemarle Airport (CHO)

Location

The airport is located ten miles (16km) north of Charlottesville.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport to Charlottesville Airport. However, a dozen local hotels offer free shuttle transfers for guests, and taxis and rental cars are available. A parking shuttle operates in the parking lots day and night.

Time

GMT -5 (GMT -4 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+1 434 973 8342

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Tri-Cities Airport (PSC)

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) northwest of Pasco.

Getting to the city

The Grape Line Shuttle offers three trips daily between Pasco and Walla Walla, including stops at the airport and bus stations. Some local hotels offer transfers to guests with advance bookings. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+1 509 547 6352

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Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT)

Location

The airport is located six miles (7km) east of Wenatchee.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport servicing the airport, though taxis and rental cars are available and some local hotels offer shuttle transfers to guests with advance bookings. Uber, and other mobile app based taxi services are available.

Time

GMT -8 (GMT -7 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+1 509 884 2494

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La Crosse Regional Airport (LSE)

Location

The airport is located five miles (8km) northwest of La Crosse.

Getting to the city

La Crosse Municipal Transit provides transport to the La Crosse area. Local shuttle companies offer door-to-door service.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Green Bay-Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB)

Location

The airport is located nine miles (14km) southwest of Green Bay.

Getting to the city

There is no public transport directly serving the airport. However, a number of shuttle companies offer door-to-door service, while ride-hailing apps, taxis, and rental cars are also available.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

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Jackson Hole Airport (JAC)

Location

The airport is located nine miles (14km) north of Jackson.

Getting to the city

Shuttles offer service from the airport, charging $20 per person to Jackson and $30 per person to Teton Village. Some hotels also offer a pick-up service, but this must be arranged prior to arrival. Taxis and car hire are also available at the airport.

Time

GMT -7 (GMT -6 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Contacts

+1 307 733 5454

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Long Beach Airport (LGB)

Location

The airport is situated three miles (4.8km) northeast of Long Beach City, in Los Angeles County.

Getting to the city

Long Beach Transit bus routes 102, 104 and 111 service the airport. Regular bus fare is $1.25. Taxis, shuttles and rental cars are also available at the airport.

Time

GMT –8 (GMT –7 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).

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Saginaw Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.

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