The 100 Largest Airports in the US

Airports across America create a network for travelers to make their way to interesting places from coast to coast and intriguing destinations far away and around the world.

From the busiest airports with millions of passengers to the smaller airports serving thousands, each has its own flight plan that features, amenities, and services to ensure travel time is the best it can be.

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100 Largest Airports in the US

NumberAirportPassengers per year
1Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport52 million
2Los Angeles International Airport43 million
3Chicago O'Hare International Airport40 million
4Dallas Fort Worth International Airport33 million
5Denver International Airport31 million
6John F. Kennedy International Airport31 million
7San Francisco International Airport28 million
8Seattle-Tacoma International Airport24 million
9Harry Reid International Airport24 million
10Orlando International Airport23 million
11Newark Liberty International Airport23 million
12Charlotte Douglas International Airport22 million
13Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport22 million
14George Bush Intercontinental Airport21 million
15Miami International Airport21 million
16General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport20 million
17Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport18 million
18Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport18 million
19Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport17 million
20Philadelphia International Airport15 million
21LaGuardia Airport15 million
22Baltimore/Washington International Airport13 million
23Salt Lake City International Airport12 million
24San Diego International Airport12 million
25Washington Dulles International Airport12 million
26Ronald Reagan National Airport11 million
27Chicago Midway International Airport11 million
28Tampa International Airport10 million
29Daniel K. Inouye International Airport10 million
30Portland International Airport10 million
31Nashville International Airport10 million
32Dallas Love Field8 million
33Austin-Bergstrom International Airport8 million
34St. Louis Lambert International Airport8 million
35William P. Hobby Airport7 million
36Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport7 million
37Oakland International Airport7 million
38Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport7 million
39Raleigh-Durham International Airport6 million
40Sacramento International Airport6 million
41Kansas City International Airport6 million
42John Wayne Airport5 million
43San Antonio International Airport5 million
44Cleveland Hopkins International Airport5 million
45Pittsburgh International Airport5 million
46Indianapolis International Airport5 million
47Southwest Florida International Airport5 million
48Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport4 million
49Luis Munoz Marin International Airport4 million
50John Glenn Columbus International Airport4 million
51Kahului Airport4 million
52Mitchell International Airport3 million
53Bradley International Airport3 million
54Palm Beach International Airport3 million
55Jacksonville International Airport3 million
56Hollywood Burbank Airport3 million
57Albuquerque International Sunport3 million
58Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport3 million
59Buffalo Niagara International Airport3 million
60Ontario International Airport3 million
61Eppley Airfield3 million
62Memphis International Airport2 million
63Charleston International Airport2 million
64Rhode Island T. F. Green International Airport2 million
65Will Rogers World Airport2 million
66Reno-Tahoe International Airport2 million
67Richmond International Airport2 million
68Boise Airport2 million
69Long Beach Airport2 million
70Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport2 million
71Spokane International Airport2 million
72Norfolk International Airport2 million
73Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport2 million
74Tucson International Airport2 million
75Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport2 million
76Lihue Airport2 million
77Gerald R. Ford International Airport2 million
78El Paso International Airport2 million
79Orlando Sanford International Airport2 million
80Tulsa International Airport2 million
81Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport2 million
82Albany International Airport1 million
83Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport1 million
84Des Moines International Airport1 million
85Frederick Douglass/Greater Rochester International Airport1 million
86Myrtle Beach International Airport1 million
87Palm Springs International Airport1 million
88Syracuse Hancock International Airport1 million
89Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport1 million
90St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport1 million
91McGhee Tyson Airport1 million
92Portland International Jetport1 million
93Dane County Regional Airport1 million
94Clinton National Airport1 million
95Pensacola International Airport1 million
96Piedmont Triad International Airport900,000
97Manchester-Boston Regional Airport900,000
98Dayton International Airport900,000
99Fresno Yosemite International Airport900,000
100City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport800,000

1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport – 52 million passengers

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport heads the top of the list as the busiest airport in the United States.

It is Atlanta’s primary airport and the hub for Delta Airlines, which has an estimated 1,000 flights each day out of Atlanta.

Another reason for its busyness is that the airport is easily accessible by bus or via the MARTA train system. While at the airport, travelers can relax at ATL Skypointe where they have access to dining at more than 300 restaurants as well as shopping venues and assorted services.

There is also ATL Airport Art, featuring more than 1,000 pieces of artwork on display plus rotating exhibits to enjoy.

While in Atlanta, if you’re on an extended layover for several hours, consider taking in some of the sights, such as the Georgia Aquarium, Centennial Olympic Park, and the World of Coca-Cola.

Address: 6000 N Terminal Parkway, Atlanta, Georgia 30320

2. Los Angeles International Airport – 43 million passengers

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Opened in 1928, Los Angeles International Airport, commonly known as LAX, serves LA and surrounding areas.

The airport is open to passengers and persons accompanying them and airport personnel only.

For passenger convenience, the airport provides the AskLAX virtual assistant system on its website to get information on a variety of topics, from dining and shopping to flight information.

Transportation options to and from LAX are plentiful and include choices such as the LAX Shuttle, LAX FlyAway buses, public transportation, hotel shuttles, and rental cars.

LAX has eight terminals plus Tom Bradley International (Terminal B). Assorted services are available, such as restaurants, coffee shops, duty-free shops, automated teller machines, currency exchange, and business services.

For short layovers, consider relaxing on Manhattan Beach. For an extended stay, there’s Venice Beach where you can stroll the downtown LA district and take a tour.

Address: 1 World Way, Los Angeles, California 90045

3. Chicago O’Hare International Airport – 40 million passengers

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Serving Chicago, O’Hare International Airport offers direct flights to over 170 cities in the U.S., and direct flights to over 60 international countries via four terminals.

The airport provides an array of services and amenities to ensure travelers have a pleasurable experience.

Passengers with time on their hands while waiting for a connecting flight can enjoy a stroll through the terminals to peruse artwork.

There are also shopping venues and taverns and local and brand-name restaurants to refresh, replenish, and sample a taste of Chicago cuisine.

Travelers who have extended wait time before their flight or travelers staying in the city for a while can take advantage of comfortable accommodations at the on-site Hilton O’Hare hotel.

For an ultimate relaxation experience, travelers can unwind at the Terminal Gateway Spas and Yoga Room.

Address: 10000 W. Balmoral Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60666

4. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport – 33 million passengers

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Dallas Fort Worth International Airport – also referred to as DFW – has expanded its operations with the opening of four additional gates.

The airport has also recently expanded its international options with the addition of a new international carrier and offering a new international destination.

Travelers will find a variety of online services to enhance their trips, such as booking prepaid parking, checking security wait times, flight information, an interactive map, reserving a rental vehicle 24/7, and shopping and dining venues.

There are also lounges, clubs, and spas to help pass the time while waiting for a flight. Book direct, round trip, connecting, and nonstop flights with carriers, such as Delta, American, Air France, British Airways, Frontier, and Alaska Airlines.

Address: 2400 Aviation Drive, DFW Airport, Texas 75621

5. Denver International Airport – 31 million passengers

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Denver International Airport hosts numerous airlines for domestic and international travel and is the hub for airlines, such as Southwest, United, Frontier, and more.

There are multiple parking areas, and the airport offers a variety of transportation options to and from the airport, from car-share services and charter buses to limousines and hotel shuttles.

Currently, there are over 10 car rental companies servicing the airport.

Within the four terminals, an assortment of services provides options for travelers, such as battery charging stations, pet relief areas, currency, and financial services, nursing rooms, water bottle filling stations, and dining and shopping.

Travelers in need of a place to stay have access to the Westin Denver International Airport Hotel just a few steps from the airport’s main terminal.

Address: 8500 Pena Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80249

6. John F. Kennedy International Airport – 31 million passengers

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Before you go, get in the know about what to expect by using the many online services on the John F. Kennedy International Airport website.

The airport offers numerous helpful services covering its eight terminals with real-time information.

These services include flight tracking, parking availability in the four parking lots, including the long-term lot, booking a parking reservation, wait time at security and customs check-ins, estimated walking time to each of the gates located within the eight terminals, and the wait time at each terminal for taxi service.

Additional services include ATM machines, news and gift shops, restaurants, bars, lounges, and access to Wi-Fi.

Attractions to check out near the airport are plentiful. As time permits, consider visiting Chinatown, Times Square, Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, Central Park, or the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Address: Queens, New York 11430

7. San Francisco International Airport – 28 million passengers

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When travel plans include destinations in Asia, the South Pacific, the Middle East, Europe, and select cities across the U.S., Central America, Canada, and Mexico, consider booking your flight through San Francisco International Airport.

Travelers enjoy a variety of airport services, including access to the award-winning Grand Hyatt at SFO for those who need a restful place to relax.

Along with dining and shopping, visit the Aviation Museum and Library to lift your spirit. Additional services include a medical clinic, travel agency, showers, and nap rooms, plus accessories at Freshen Up!, concierge services, and animal relief areas.

Nearby hotels less than 3 miles away offer easy access to things to do along the coast. Choose from several, such as Hilton San Francisco, Fairfield Inn and Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza, and Hyatt Regency San Francisco.

Address: P, O, Box 8097, San Francisco, California 94128

8. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport – 24 million passengers

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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport often referred to as Sea-Tac, is the main “go-to” resource for travelers to and from Seattle’s metropolitan area.

One of the conveniences of the airport’s website is the ability to check live airport cameras. With this information, travelers can check traffic conditions at the airport and adjust their arrival times accordingly.

Travelers arriving at Sea-Tac have access to dining, retail venues, lounges, and restaurants. While waiting to board, use the interactive maps to find the children’s play area, plug into charging stations, and unwind in designated smoking areas.

Within walking distance of the airport is the Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport.

When flights are delayed and you have time on your hands, discover some of Seattle’s attractions, such as the Seattle Center where the Space Needle resides, hop on the light rail system from the airport and explore downtown, and visit the Pike Place Market, or relax at Angle Lake Park.

Address: 17801 International Boulevard, Seattle, Washington 98158

9. Harry Reid International Airport – 24 million passengers

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Located around five miles from the hustle and bustle of downtown Las Vegas, travelers arrive and depart from the Harry Reid International Airport.

While on-site, the airport offers a plethora of services, such as a kids’ play area, fitness center, shopping, dining, access to airport lounges, special assistance – when needed – and gaming.

Attractions also keep travelers entertained with Airport Art, the Aviation Museum, and more.

For travelers with layovers, there are plenty of hotels less than one mile from the airport, plus an Airport Shuttle service.

Address: 5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119

10. Orlando International Airport – 23 million passengers

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Orlando International Airport is conveniently located about six miles from downtown and near a long list of affordable hotels.

Whether traveling to Florida to enjoy the state’s many attractions or planning a non-stop adventure to over 150 destinations worldwide by traveling on 44 airlines, the airport provides a memorable experience.

Travelers can expect world-class service at more than 120 shopping and dining venues. For those on extended vacations to enjoy area theme parks, the airport is less than 30 minutes from Walt Disney World.

For travelers looking for economical hotels, several are less than 4 miles from the airport. These include Hampton Inn and Suites, La Quinta Inn by Wyndham, Country Inn and Suites, Staybridge Suites, Hyatt Regency Orlando, and DoubleTree by Hilton.

Address: 1 Jeff Fuqua Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32827

11. Newark Liberty International Airport – 23 million passengers

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Newark Liberty International Airport is a major hub for United Airlines and one of the airports serving the New York area.

Visitors staying in the city or for those with an extended layover can book a room at the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott, the only hotel on airport property.

The hotel shuttle service is available to pick up travelers from any of the airport terminals.

On the airport’s website, travelers can stay up to date on airport information, such as wait times for transportation, security and customs wait times at each terminal, track flights, book parking, check availability for parking, and determine how long it takes to walk to their gate.

Address: 3 Brewster Road, Newark, New Jersey 07114

12. Charlotte Douglas International Airport – 22 million passengers

Charlotte Douglas International Airport
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Charlotte Douglas International Airport makes travel time a less stressful experience for more than 100,000 visitors daily.

Check in and then settle down and take care of any business with plentiful services available throughout the terminal.

Charge your devices, research using free Wi-Fi, take care of currency exchange, and visit an ATM.

The services also include an interfaith chapel, privacy rooms for moms, and pet relief areas. For military personnel and their dependents, enjoy relaxation and refreshments in the USO Lounge.

Restaurants, lounges, and duty-free shopping venues are dispersed throughout the airport.

Address: 5501 Josh Birmingham Parkway, Charlotte, North Carolina 28208

13. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport – 22 million passengers

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
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Whether arriving or departing, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has the services needed to create comfort while traveling.

For travelers arriving and planning to remain in Phoenix, the Hilton Phoenix Airport Hotel is less than two miles from the airport and provides passengers with a 24-hour shuttle service.

Travelers arriving that need to refresh and relax while waiting for a later departing flight can take advantage of airport lounges with designated rooms for sleeping.

While waiting to depart, enjoy one of the airport’s clubs, lounges, or restaurants, or spend some time at the Phoenix Airport Museum.

Address: 3400 E. Sky Harbor Boulevard, Phoenix, Arizona 85034

14. George Bush Intercontinental Airport – 21 million passengers

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Located about 23 miles from busy downtown Houston, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, travelers have plenty of options for things to do at the airport as well as nearby attractions for those with extended layovers.

At the airport, there is always good food and excellent shopping venues, getting connected with Wi-Fi, relaxing in one of the lounges, or meditating in the chapel.

Travelers who have 4 to 5 hours of layover time can enjoy sightseeing excursions to the Downtown Aquarium and Museum of Fine Arts and visit the Heritage Society outdoor museum.

Address: 2800 N. Terminal Road, Houston, Texas 77032

15. Miami International Airport – 21 million passengers

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When traveling by air, it is always nice to know you can count on quality services at the airport.

Travelers using Miami International Airport can arrive and depart with confidence as the airport was ranked by J.D. Power as the “best airport in North America for customer satisfaction.”

The ranking is based on several categories for services provided by MIA that include retail, food and beverage, and baggage claim.

Travelers to MIA enjoy a variety of additional services plus the convenience of staying at the Miami International Airport Hotel located inside the terminal.

Address: 2100 NW 42nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33142

16. General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport – 20 million passengers

General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport
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Travelers on an extended vacation can stay and play in Boston when arriving via Boston Logan Airport, aka General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport.

Everything needed for a comfortable and convenient trip begins with accommodations at the Hilton Boston Logan Airport and the Hyatt Regency Harborside, both located on airport property.

The airport offers its own services upon arrival or while waiting to depart. Get funding at multiple ATMs, experience a classic shoeshine, mom can visit the nursery, fill up your water bottles, visit the hair salon, refresh at one of the lounges, rent a car, or grab a bit to eat.

Address: 122 Harborside Drive, Boston, Massachusetts 02128

17. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport – 18 million passengers

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With two busy terminals, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has multiple non-stop, domestic, and international flights to get adventurous travelers, business travelers, and vacationers to destinations around the world.

The airport offers pre-book parking to ensure your journey runs smoothly. While at the airport, relax in the quiet seating area prior to taking off, send packages or other correspondence at the FedEx station or US Postal Service drop boxes, or loosen up with a pre-flight walk along the designated 1.4-mile loop.

Address: 4300 Glumack Drive, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota 55111

18. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport – 18 million passengers

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As one of the three airports serving the metropolitan area of Miami, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport puts travelers at ease once they arrive in the Sunshine State.

The airport is operating at full speed with new and existing shopping venues, additional dining options to satisfy the pickiest appetite, and places to replenish with tasty libations.

The airport takes care of the needs of moms, ride-share pick-up and drop-off, and travelers with special needs.

Travelers with time on their hands can enjoy nearby attractions, such as the Riverwalk, the Museum of Art, and the South Florida Museum of Natural History.

Address: 100 Terminal Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315

19. Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport – 17 million passengers

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The Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport has travelers in mind with the addition of its restful Minute Suites situated in the McNamara Terminal.

Each room can accommodate up to four travelers in need of rest after a long flight. For those in need of long-term accommodation, also within the McNamara terminal is the Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport hotel.

When in need of transportation, rental cars, ride share, luxury sedans, public transportation, and taxis can get travelers to and from their chosen destinations.

Choose from multiple parking options, including short and long-term, valet, and parking for electric vehicles.

Address: 11050 W. G. Rogell Drive #602, Detroit, Michigan 48242

20. Philadelphia International Airport – 15 million passengers

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At Philadelphia International Airport, all travelers are a priority. With this as the focus, travelers can rest assured every detail is important to provide a safe and secure flight with all passengers’ needs attended to.

Appetites are satisfied, thirsts are quenched, transportation to and from the airport is plentiful, passenger pickup is efficient, and pets have a designated relief area to ensure their travel time is the best it can be, too.

Depending on the time of year, there are also entertainment programs for travelers to enjoy.

Address: 8000 Essington Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19153

21. LaGuardia Airport – 15 million passengers

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LaGuardia Airport has a long history in the world of transportation. Established in 1929, the airport became a public transportation facility in 1939.

When booking flights at this busy facility, online services provide travelers with important information, such as the availability of parking in the three terminals, how long travelers can expect to wait to pass through security, and how long it takes to walk to the individual gates located at the three terminals, the wait time for taxis at the terminals, and arrival and departure flight tracking.

With this information, travelers can be prepared before arriving.

Address: Ditmars Boulevard & 94th Street, Flushing, New York 1137

22. Baltimore/Washington International Airport – 13 million passengers

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Easy arrival and easy departure is the focus at Baltimore/Washington International Airport, regardless of the season or the volume of air traffic arriving and departing.

Domestic and international flights are destination-bound and with the addition of a new airline, international travel has expanded to Iceland and even further, opening up new opportunities for travel exploration.

Things to do at the airport further enhance the airport’s quality experience with food, drink, stores, and fitness options.

Places to go while spending time at the airport include viewing art exhibits, taking kids to the play area, enjoying the Observation Gallery, or relaxing in the Meditation Room.

Address: 7050 Friendship Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21240

23. Salt Lake City International Airport – 12 million

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Out with the old and in with the new, that’s the vibe of the Salt Lake City International Airport.

The newly designed airport is looking to the future with the replacement of five concourses, a new terminal, the construction of a passenger tunnel, and the addition of a parking tunnel.

Travelers can enhance their wait time at the airport by shopping, enjoying a beverage, and dining at a plethora of new venues.

If rest is on the agenda, cushioned rest areas are available for weary travelers. For longer stays, several hotels are just two miles from the airport.

Address: W Terminal Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84122

24. San Diego International Airport – 12 million passengers

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Just three miles from downtown, San Diego International Airport offers the comfort of airport services and the convenience of being near area attractions, dining, and shopping.

From Alaska to United, the airport serves as the arrival and departure destination for numerous airlines.

Airport services help passengers navigate, relax, and prepare for the next step of their journey. Several hotels are less than two miles from the airport.

Be entertained during long layovers with visits to the Hogle Zoo, Utah State History Museum, Antelope Island State Park, and a tour of the Utah State Capitol Building.

Address: 3225 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego, California 92101

25. Washington Dulles International Airport – 12 million passengers

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No matter where you are traveling, there is always a need to refresh and replenish your energy levels with good food and beverages.

At Washington Dulles International Airport, there is no limit to the savory delights waiting to fuel travelers for the next leg of their journey.

From freshly brewed coffee and burgers and fries to a restaurant with a chef-driven menu, dining is just one of the services offered at the airport.

Travelers have several hotels to choose from, along with the Crowne Plaza Dulles Airport. While in the area, take advantage of area sights while on a layover at places, such as the National Air and Space Museum, National Gallery of Art, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the Lincoln Memorial.

Address: 1 Saarinen Circle, Dulles, Virginia 20166

26. Ronald Reagan National Airport – 11 million passengers

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Tap into the informative and innovative services and resources available when accessing Ronald Reagan National Airport on your next flight to destinations near and far.

From ample parking and transportation options to assorted pre-order dining and a variety of shopping venues, you will find helpful services upon arrival or when preparing to depart.

Address: 2401 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Access Road, Arlington, Virginia 22202

27. Chicago Midway International Airport – 11 million passengers

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For many years, Chicago Midway International Airport was one of the busiest airports in the world.

Today, it still maintains a healthy portion of passenger and flight traffic for travelers from around the world.

The airport is only 20 minutes from all that downtown Chicago has to offer visitors, whether spending a few hours sightseeing between flights or for travelers planning an extended stay.

When time permits, take advantage of restaurants serving authentic Chicago cuisine, enjoy the views from the 360 Chicago Observation Deck, and save some time for fun at the Navy Pier.

Address: 5700 S. Cicero Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60638k

28. Tampa International Airport – 10 million passengers

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When traveling to or from the west coast of Florida, one of the busiest airports transporting millions of passengers is Tampa International Airport.

Conveniently located near two major shopping malls, restaurants, the scenic Courtney Campbell Causeway, and just minutes from Raymond James Stadium, there’s plenty to do for travelers staying in the city upon arrival.

Whether you are booked on a domestic or international flight, time at the airport is well spent.

Keep track of your flight status, access ground transportation, shop and dine, and book a room at the Tampa Airport Marriott.

If you have time to get away from the airport for a few hours, Tampa offers plenty of nearby shopping and dining at International Mall and West Shore Mall, or rent a car and head to the sandy beach at Ben T. Davis on the Courtney Campbell Causeway, or stop in at one of the local bars and grilles, such as Bahama Breeze and Whiskey Joe’s, also located along the CCC.

Address: 4100 George J. Bean Parkway, Tampa, Florida 33607

29. Daniel K. Inouye International Airport – 10 million passengers

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When travel plans take you to Oahu, you will be landing at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.

Whether arriving or departing, passengers have up-close and uninterrupted views of the sparkling ocean as the airport features an offshore runway.

Within terminal 1 and terminal 2, passengers have access to airport lounges, traditional and cultural restaurants, bars, coffee shops, name-brand retail stores, newsstands, and gift shops.

Not-to-be-missed attractions in the area include the Bishop Museum, the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, and the Honolulu Museum of Art.

Address: 300 Rodgers Boulevard, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii 96819

30. Portland International Airport – 10 million passengers

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Portland International Airport is currently on the move with creative construction going on in the main terminal.

Innovative features are being added, such as a new wooden roof, additional culinary destinations, and an additional six gates to service flights coming and going via Alaska Airlines.

The new design is focused on providing more space for comfort and mobility, plus the architects want to create an atmosphere that is welcoming and relaxing for travelers.

The airport remains open during renovations.

Address: 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon 97218

31. Nashville International Airport – 10 million passengers

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Another long-standing and busy airport is Nashville International, established in 1937. The airport offers a little something for all travelers, from staying connected via free Wi-Fi to tapping their toes when live music events take place throughout the year.

There are plenty of transportation options, including car sharing, buses, hotel shuttles, taxis, and rental cars.

Grab a snack or full meal, sit back with a cup of coffee, or spend time looking for a gift or souvenir at one of the retail shops.

Address: 1 Terminal Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37214

32. Dallas Love Field – 8 million passengers

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Travelers are just six miles from downtown when arriving at Dallas Love Field, which makes it a short drive to the heart of the city for those planning to stay a while.

The award-winning airport offers a pleasant respite for travelers through the many convenient services.

These include a children’s play area, a business center, water bottle refill stations, USO Center, the Mothers Room, luggage carts, a prayer park, a COVID-19 testing site, and information booths.

Address: 8008 Herb Kelleher Way, Dallas, Texas 75235

33. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport – 8 million passengers

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Austin-Bergstrom International Airport keeps passengers up to date throughout their time at the terminal with a variety of helpful services and information.

Whether coming or going, real-time arrival and departure information is just a click away. Anyone who is not familiar with the layout of the airport has access to an interactive map, so you know where you’re going and the best way to get there.

While waiting, explore the many foods and shopping venues, peruse the art exhibits, or listen to live music.

Address: 3600 Presidential Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78719

34. St. Louis Lambert International Airport – 8 million passengers

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Make no mistake, when traveling to and from St. Louis Lambert International Airport, travelers are in good hands from take-off to landing starting with passenger safety.

With this in mind, the airport has security operations in place covering individuals who have access to the airport, such as limo and shuttle drivers, and contractors and vendors.

Airport services are impressive, with many options available for travelers, such as taking care of banking and currency exchange at the bank branch in Terminal 1.

Kids have plenty to keep them engaged at the Children’s Play Port, and moms have access to lactation suites, while a peaceful moment for meditation and contemplation is possible at the interfaith chapel.

Travelers with service dogs as companions have access to several relief areas to keep their canine buddies feeling comfortable.

Military personnel in need of sleep, relaxation time, watching TV, or accessing computers while waiting can stop in at the USO facility.

To check in with friends, family, or business associates, Wi-Fi is available for free for 60 minutes. If more time is needed, there is a daily charge currently at $7.95.

Address: 10701 Lambert International Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63145

35. William P. Hobby Airport – 7 million passengers

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Located about 11 miles from Houston’s downtown district, William P. Hobby Airport is the city’s oldest commercial airport and once the only airport in the area.

Today, the airport has earned the designation as the first North American airport to receive a 5-Star international rating. That’s impressive.

The airport shares transportation responsibilities with the George Bush Intercontinental Airport and welcomes both domestic and international travelers.

While waiting at the airport, there is an abundance of services to while away the time, like relaxing in a massage chair available in the Central and West concourses or experiencing an in-depth spa treatment at XpresSpa.

Enjoy large exhibits and collections of art, including photos, paintings, and sculptures on display in Texas, located throughout the terminals.

There are a variety of retail shops to pick up a last-minute item, and assorted dining is available from burgers and subs to barbecue and wings.

Address: 7800 Airport Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77061

36. Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport – 7 million passengers

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Travelers who don’t know their way to San Jose need only book a flight to Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport for opportunities to travel to exciting destinations.

Within Terminal A, travelers have access to vending machines, massage chairs, book downloads at the e-library, two clubs, the power suites with workstations, audio tours of the airport’s public art., and a children’s play area.

Terminal B also offers these features, with the exception of the e-library.

Other services provide readily available convenience, such as ATM machines, water stations, luggage carts, electric vehicle charging stations, and inter-terminal shuttles.

Travelers with several hours of layover time can rent a car and take a quick trip to the beach and dip their toes in the Pacific Ocean.

Families will find the Children’s Discovery Museum an exciting place to visit, and it’s less than 3 miles from the airport.

Adults can try their luck at Bay 191 casino less than a mile away.

Address: 1701 Airport Boulevard, San Jose, California 95110

37. Oakland International Airport – 7 million passengers

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With its close proximity to downtown Oakland just 10 miles away, travelers can take care of booking, baggage, and other business after arriving.

Once you’re situated at the Oakland International Airport, hail a taxi and explore downtown before departing the city.

Some of the interesting attractions to consider when there are several hours of wait time before a flight can include visits to the Pardee Home Museum, Western Aerospace Museum, and the Oakland Museum of California.

The Oakland Zoo, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz are also nearby.

Whether staying at the airport instead of exploring the city, or returning from an outing to pass the time, there are a variety of services and amenities to keep travelers satiated, satisfied, and engaged.

All passengers have access to the Escape Lounge for relaxation and a tasty menu, sipping a cup of coffee, wine, or a cool brew, or satisfying hunger pangs at assorted restaurants and cafes.

Address: 1 Airport Drive, Oakland, California 94621

38. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport – 7 million passengers

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
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When flying in or out of the Big Easy, it will be from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, ranked #1 by J. D. Power in Customer Satisfaction with Large Airports.

Just minutes from downtown NOLA, travelers can enjoy the services the airport offers and sample the fun and excitement of the historic city.

The airport offers services to accommodate the needs of all passengers and their companions, such as facilities for the disabled, pet relief areas, mother’s rooms, smoking areas, charging stations, adult changing areas, financial services, and arrival and departure assistance.

For travelers with time for sightseeing, New Orleans is non-stop. Whether visiting during the day or enjoying the neon lights on Bourbon Street at night, there’s never a dull moment.

Start in Jackson Square, a National Historic Landmark, situated in the French Quarter, accessible by walking to the square or riding the Riverfront Streetcar.

Peruse the artists and their creative work, then enjoy a cup of coffee and a fresh beignet at Cafe du Monde.

Address: 1 Terminal Drive, Kenner, Louisiana 70062

39. Raleigh-Durham International Airport – 6 million passengers

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For new and seasoned travelers, staying in the know about travel requirements is important to ensure a positive travel experience.

At Raleigh-Durham International Airport, travel tips is just one of the services provided for passengers, whether arriving or departing.

With information readily available using the on-site map, passengers can check on nonstop domestic and international guidelines and find out what requirements are in place to ensure a safe trip.

For passenger convenience, self-service check-in kiosks are available in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

For those needing extra help, baggage carts are available for rent, and for those needing a boost of power, 110-volt electrical outlets, and USB outlets are located in terminal seating.

Shopping and dining venues are part of the airport’s network of services, along with Wi-FI, a 24-hour fresh flower shop, United Club, Delta Air Line Sky Club, and American Airlines Admirals Club, and for moms, the Mamava nursing suites.

Many of the hotels near the airport provide shuttle services to and from the airport.

Address: John Brantley Boulevard, Morrisville, North Carolina 27560

40. Sacramento International Airport – 6 million passengers

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Sacramento International Airport is located about 10 miles from the heart of downtown and stays busy with domestic and international flights from airlines, such as Delta, Southwest, Alaska, Hawaiian Airlines, Aeromexico, JetBlue, Air Canada, and American Airlines.

For parking and transportation needs, there are multiple options available, including a free waiting area for those picking up passengers.

There is also public transportation, rental cars, taxis, shuttles, and a ride-share app.

If you forgot to pack an item or just want to pick up a souvenir or an accessory, shopping venues offer everything from cosmetics to wallets.

There are plenty of options for a quick snack or a full-on chef-curated meal and refreshing beverages.

Travelers not checking in to a nearby hotel in need of a quiet rest area while waiting to depart will find clean and comfortable chairs, couches, and benches in Terminal B where they can take a nap.

Address: 6900 Airport Boulevard, Sacramento, California 95837

41. Kansas City International Airport – 6 million passengers

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Soar to exciting heights with a flight from Kansas City International Airport where destinations near and far await your arrival.

Airport staff and services are readily available to answer questions and assist in helping make time spent at the terminal, whether arriving or departing, a smooth and stress-free experience.

Travelers can relax and not worry over ground transportation as there are many options for getting to and from the airport.

Available services include taxis, shuttles, limousines, and rental cars, along with a local metro bus service.

On-site services are plentiful with traveler access to numerous features, such as multiple parking lots, a cell phone lot for those picking up passengers, electric vehicle charging stations, free Wi-Fi,

Passengers staying in Kansas City have numerous options for hotels near the airport. A few examples include Econo Lodge Airport, Candlewood Suites Kansas City Airport, Hilton Kansas City Airport, Sleep Inn Kansas City Airport, and Hyatt Place Kansas City Airport.

Address: 1 International Square, Kansas City, Missouri 64153

42. John Wayne Airport – 5 million passengers

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Travelers are cleared for take-off around the clock to cities in America and international countries when departing from John Wayne Airport located in Orange County.

While at the airport, travelers can pass the time with a look at creative, permanent, and ongoing art exhibits by local artists and listen to live music performances.

Passengers experiencing anxiety about flying can take advantage of the AirPAWS Therapy Dog Program, which allows a passenger to interact with a fur buddy prior to their flight.

Travelers on American or United Airlines waiting for their flight can relax in the quiet atmosphere in one of the club’s lounges for its members.

Dining is a flavorful affair, with assorted venues that include fast food, salads, burgers, wings, pizza, coffee and tea, a Belgian beer bar, and a wine lounge.

If time permits, travelers with extended layover time can enjoy some of the area attractions, such as Balboa Beach, Orange County Zoo, the Crystal Cathedral, and the Orange County Marine Institute.

Address: 18601 Airport Way, Santa Ana, California 92707

43. San Antonio International Airport – 5 million passengers

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Whether traveling nonstop or you’re on a layover, San Antonio International Airport is ready and waiting to get travelers on their way to far-away places with ease and confidence.

From Terminal A and Terminal B, the airport hosts multiple airlines, such as Delta, Southwest, Frontier, American, JetBlue, AeroMexico, Sun Country, Volaris, Allegiant, and Spirit.

When travel plans are on the horizon, airport services can help streamline itineraries with parking, ground transportation, traveler assistance, dining, shipping, military personnel, and entertainment.

Travelers have access to short and long-term parking, economy parking, and valet parking.

Ground transportation can get travelers wherever they need to go with easy access to rental cars, ride share, taxi cabs, hotel shuttles, public transportation, limousines, and charter buses.

Multiple shopping and dining venues are open for business in Terminal A and Terminal B, and military personnel and their families can also relax in the USO center daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Address: 9800 Airport Boulevard, San Antonio, Texas 78216

44. Cleveland Hopkins International Airport – 5 million passengers

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Just a 15-minute drive to or from downtown makes Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is a convenient base for travelers, whether they are arriving or departing from the city.

Currently, CLE has over 50 non-stop destinations to choose from for travelers wanting to explore new places without changes and layovers.

The airport offers many services, including those for international travelers, which include the Global Entry kiosks for pre-screening, and inspection services on Concourse A by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency.

Other convenient services include ATMs, mail services, shoeshine stands, courtesy phones, a day spa, a USO lounge, an interfaith center, and, for service animals and traveling pets, access to two pet relief areas.

While Cleveland Hopkins does not have an on-site hotel, there are many located nearby with shuttle service to the airport.

Choose from popular hotels, such as Courtyard, Doubletree, Hampton Inn, La Quinta, Ramada, Sonesta, Wyndham, Holiday Inn, Hilton, and Radisson.

Address: 5300 Riverside Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 44135

45. Pittsburgh International Airport – 5 million passengers

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Travelers interested in nonstop flights from the east coast have plenty of choices when choosing Pittsburg International Airport.

The airport currently offers 125 choices of locations across the U.S. from the east coast to the west coast along with flights to international destinations.

Airlines ready to make the journey include Allegiant, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, American, United, Frontier, and more.

The longest flight from Pittsburgh is to London’s Heathrow Airport, which takes a little over seven hours.

Airport services include parking, ground transportation, dine-in, and to-go restaurants, convenience stores and newsstands, ATMs, chapel, lounges, indoor pet relief areas, use of Smarte Cartes, currency exchange services, and the U.S. Post Office.

For entertainment, visit the Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit, the Sensory Room, and Kidsport.

Plan ahead and reserve a room during your stay in the city at the Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport Hotel located on the airport grounds just a short walk from the gate.

Address: 1000 Airport Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15231

46. Indianapolis International Airport – 5 million passengers

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Travelers will be up, up, and away in style and comfort when traveling nonstop to cities in the United States and to Canada aboard a flight from Indianapolis International Airport.

Whether booking a flight to enjoy the sun and surf in Key West, Miami, Sarasota, or St. Petersburg, Florida, heading to the “Music City” of Nashville, the tropical paradise of Cancun, or the gaming tables of Las Vegas, Indianapolis International Airport has a flight fueled and ready for departure.

While making their way through the airport, convenient stops along the way include Civic Plaza, where helpful Guest Services staff can answer questions and point travelers in the right direction.

While the plane is refueling for the next leg, a variety of restaurants are open and serving tasty menus to fuel hungry passengers.

Additional services include the Delta Sky Club for those traveling on business, the USO center for military personnel, ATMs to refuel the wallet, charging stations for devices, and free Wi-Fi.

Address: 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana 46241

47. Southwest Florida International Airport – 5 million passengers

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Travelers making their way to Florida’s west coast have several choices along the Gulf Coast. For those whose plans are centered around the southwest region, the Southwest Florida International Airport, located in Fort Myers, can take care of a variety of domestic and international flights.

From the moment of arrival, travelers have easy access to rental cars, public transportation, and pre-arranged taxis and limousines.

Travelers departing from Fort Myers also have access to these ground services as well as on-demand taxi services and shuttle services from nearby hotels, such as Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Comfort Inn and Suites, Best Western Inn, and LaQuinta Inn & Suites.

While waiting to depart the airport, or for travelers just arriving, helpful services to prepare for the next leg of the journey are available throughout the airport.

These services include cash-to-card kiosks, shopping venues, dining options, a visitor information center, and the on-site Airport Service Plaza with fueling options, a convenience store, charging stations, 24-hour car wash, restrooms, and free Wi-Fi, snacks, and a Flight Information Display located inside the plaza.

Address: 11000 Terminal Access Road, Fort Myers, Florida 33913

48. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport – 4 million passengers

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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is a 7700-acre facility serving the tri-state area of Cincinnati.

Welcoming its first commercial flight in 1947, the airport is currently celebrating 75 years of service.

Quality conveniences remain part of the airport’s experience for passengers arriving and departing.

Getting to and from the airport is easy with rideshare services, taxis, on-demand shared shuttle rides, private operators of limousines, cars, vans, and public transportation.

Hotels serving the airport area with courtesy shuttles include the Cincinnati Airport Marriot, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Homewood Suites, La Quinta Inn and Suites, Radisson Hotel, Wingate by Wyndham, and several more.

Address: 3087 Terminal Drive, Hebron, Kentucky 41048

49. Luis Munoz Marin International Airport – 4 million passengers

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One of the busiest airports for Caribbean travel is Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in Carolina, Puerto Rico.

The airport serves major airlines, such as Southwest, Iberia, Frontier, Delta, Air Antilles, Air Canada, Copa Airlines, JetBlue, and United.

The airport offers many services as well as the requirements for residents for non-residents regarding customs and imported duty-free items.

For travelers who are not familiar with these processes, the airport website provides a link to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website for more information.

Services within the airport include car rentals, ground transportation, retail stores, bars, coffee shops, fast food, and traditional restaurants.

Food and beverage venues are dispersed among Terminal A, Terminal B, and Terminal C.

Less than 2 miles from the airport, travelers can rest for the night, or longer, at 3, 4, and 5-star hotels and inns, such as Hampton Inn & Suites, Residence Inn by Marriott, Verdanza Hotel, San Juan Airport Hotel, Embassy Suites by Hilton, and the Ritz-Carlton San Juan.

Address: CXQV+2V6, Arrivals Avenue, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00979

50. John Glenn Columbus International Airport – 4 million passengers

John Glenn Columbus International Airport
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John Glenn Columbus International Airport is located just 6 miles from the Columbus downtown region.

One of the many features provided to passengers and those picking up passengers is the diversity and affordability of parking options.

From its ezPark option for fast access and easy exit and short and long-term garages to valet parking and the long-term shuttle lot with car-to-terminal service, there is a parking option to suit all needs.

The airport offers many services while travelers are waiting for or between flights. When a layover is expected, travelers can find plenty of entertainment and things to do in Columbus just a 7-minute drive away.

For an enjoyable meal, stop in at the Blue Danube Restaurant, relax at the Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Garden, go shopping at the Easton Town Center, peruse the goods at the historic North Market Farmer’s Market, or take a look at the past at the Wagner-Hagans Auto Museum.

Address: 4600 International Gateway, Columbus, Ohio 43219

51. Kahului Airport – 4 million passengers

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Located on the Hawaiian Island of Maui, Kahului Airport has been in operation since 1952, offering a full array of passenger services.

The airport serves 10 airlines at this time, which include United, West Jet, Hawaiian Airlines, US Airways, Delta Airlines, Virgin America, Mokulele Express, American Airlines, Air Canada, and Alaska Airlines.

One of the special services provided by the airport is the lei greeting, which passengers can pre-arrange for a special person or a special occasion.

Passenger services also include access to the internet, lockers, and storage, baggage carts, banks, ATMs, and a staffed visitor information center.

The island of Maui offers many attractions that are worth the time for a visit while waiting between flights.

Swing into action and tee off at Waiehu Public Golf Course, take a 10-minute drive from the airport to Kanaha Beach Park, or catch a movie at the Maui Mall Megaplex 12.

Address: 1 Keolani Place, Kahului, Maui, Hawaii 96732

52. Mitchell International Airport – 3 million passengers

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With more than 35 nonstop destinations, Mitchell International Airport makes flying fast and easy.

With airlines, such as Delta, Southwest, Air Canada, United, American, JetBlue, and more serving travelers, the airport gets you where you want to go in comfort.

There are multiple options for parking to suit the individual traveler’s needs, from hourly and daily to overnight and valet options.

Transportation to and from the airport includes car rental, ride share, taxi, coach bus, Milwaukee Area Rail Station, the Amtrak Hiawatha Line, and shuttle services.

With your boarding pass, travelers have access to all the concourses, which include dining and shopping venues.

Address: 5300 S. Howell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207

53. Bradley International Airport – 3 million passengers

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Bradley International Airport helps make domestic and international travel a pleasurable experience with new upgrades to the ground transportation system.

Voted as a top 10 airport by Conde Traveler and USA Today in 2021, travelers can fly with confidence wherever their journey may take them.

Travelers will find everything needed for a comfortable stay at Bradley International with assorted services that include clubs, lounges, shopping, and dining.

Whether traveling for a vacation or traveling on business, once you arrive, the Sheraton Hartford Hotel is just a short walk from the gate.

If a place to stay closer to the city is required, there are more than enough options to suit individual preferences and budgets less than 2 miles away.

Some of the hotels include the Days Inn by Wyndham, La Quinta Inn & Suites, Double Tree by Hilton, Fairfield Inn & Suites, and many more.

Address: Schoephoester Road, Windsor Locks, Connecticut 06096

54. Palm Beach International Airport – 3 million passengers

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Another option for traveling to or from Florida’s east coast is via Palm Beach International Airport, located less than 12 minutes from West Palm Beach and the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

At the airport, passengers will find an atmosphere of comfort, convenience, easy access to flight information, and parking options, such as Lyft and Uber, which results in less stressful travel time as well as downtime spent in the airport.

Along the east coast, choose from quality 3-4-and 5-star hotels, inns, and suites located near many of the West Palm Beach attractions.

Some of these things to do include spending a quiet time at Mounts Botanical Garden or the Manatee Lagoon, visiting the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society at Dreher Park, cooling off Rapids Waterpark, and enjoying the activities at Okeeheelee Park.

Address: 1000 James L. Turnage Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida 33415

55. Jacksonville International Airport – 3 million passengers

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Just 13 miles from downtown, flights to and from Jacksonville International Airport are ready to take travelers to destinations near and far.

Travelers arriving at the airport can relax and take advantage of the many services before heading on to the next stop on their itinerary.

At Jacksonville International, travelers have the convenience of half a dozen parking options from hourly to valet parking.

Everyone can stay connected, too, with the JAX mobile app so you can stay informed.

Travelers in need of booking a room or suite have a list of hotels all within 2 miles of the airport.

Choices include Days Inn, Econo Lodge Hotel, Hyatt Place, Quality Inn, Travelodge Inn and Suites, Courtyard Suites, and several more.

Those planning to stay in the city or those on an extended layover can grab a taxi and head to Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, race the track at Autobahn Indoor Speedway, or hike scenic trails at the Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens.

Address: 2400 Yankee Clipper Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32218

56. Hollywood Burbank Airport – 3 million passengers

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Hollywood Burbank Airport is located 3 miles from Burbank, making it a short trip for travelers staying in or near downtown.

With hotels offering free shuttle service, passengers don’t have to worry about long drive times.

The airport offers a variety of nonstop flights to some of the most exciting cities in the U.S., such as Atlanta, Chicago, New York, and San Francisco.

Services keep travelers moving forward, with conveniences, such as the airport’s on-site car rental, Food and shopping venues available in Terminal A and Terminal B, along with free Wi-Fi throughout the airport, and private nursing stations for moms.

Area attractions provide hours of entertainment, such as the Burbank Aviation Museum, Stough Canyon Nature Trail, Martial Arts History Museum, The Mystic Museum, and the Warner Bros. Studio Tour.

Address: 2627 N. Hollywood, Burbank, California 91505

57. Albuquerque International Sunport – 3 million passengers

Albuquerque International Sunport
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The Albuquerque International Sunport has flights to cities coast to coast with plenty of excitement, such as New Orleans and its infamous Bourbon Street, Las Vegas and its casinos, Chicago and the Magnificent Mile, a step back in time when visiting Atlanta’s Underground, and south of the border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

A few of the services available to passengers include the meditation room, pet relief room, and mother’s nursing room.

Have fun and learn what goes on behind the scenes with a Sunport tour, or enjoy panoramic views of the three runways from the observation deck.

Stay busy between flights and layovers visiting some of Albuquerque’s interesting attractions located not far from the airport.

Observe wildlife in their natural environment at ABQ BioPark, learn about the city and the state at the Albuquerque Museum and New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, and let the kids discover and explore at the Explora Science Center and Children’s Museum of Albuquerque.

Address: 2200 Sunport Boulevard, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106

58. Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport – 3 million passengers

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Just 5 miles from downtown, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport offers world-class service combined with world-class travel.

Along with an impressive airport for travelers, it is also noted as being one of the world’s busiest for transporting cargo.

While enjoying the artwork by Native Alaskans as you make your way through the airport, passengers will find many helpful services to make their stay, whether it is short or long, a pleasurable experience.

Just a few of these services include free Wi-Fi, luggage carts, vending machines for assorted items, currency exchange, a barbershop, paging services, a pet relief area, and ATMs.

If time permits, be sure to visit the interesting stores and cafes, sample the menus of on-site restaurants, or grab a cool brew from the alehouse.

Anchorage offers more than a few things to do, places to go, and attractions to see. When travelers are looking for something to do between flights, head to the city, rent a bicycle and tour the area or hop aboard the Anchorage City trolley for a fun tour.

Address: 5000 W. International Airport Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99502

59. Buffalo Niagara International Airport – 3 million passengers

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Buffalo Niagara International Airport has a busy job serving travelers arriving and departing from cities in the United States and the Golden Horseshoe region of Canada.

The airport serves airlines, such as JetBlue, Frontier, American, Delta, United, and Southwest.

Hotel accommodations are nearby, offering a variety of features and amenities designed for passenger comfort.

Several hotels less than a mile from the airport include the Hilton Garden Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, Buffalo Airport Hotel, Aloft Buffalo Airport, Days Hotel by Wyndham, and many more.

Travelers have access to many services, such as free electric car charging, an information desk, a meet and greet area, access to SmarteCartes to move luggage, a pet relief area, a barber, and lounge seating with device charging.

A ground transportation desk is staffed to help travelers with shuttle and taxi information for Niagara Falls, Canada, and Buffalo.

There is also information available for Canadian travelers, such as ground transportation, currency exchange, and border and bridge crossing requirements.

Address: 4200 Genesee Street, Buffalo, New York 14225

60. Ontario International Airport – 3 million passengers

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Travelers using Ontario International Airport

Travelers using Ontario International Airport are just minutes from downtown Ontario, California, and about 40 minutes from Los Angeles.

The airport provides nonstop flights to cities, such as Atlanta, Las Vegas, Denver, Chicago, Orlando, Seattle, and Sacramento in the U.S., and international destinations, such as Taipei, China, Guadalajara, and San Salvador.

Passenger services include food, shopping, vending machines, hydration stations, pet relief areas, and a mother’s area.

Military personnel and their families can access the USO lounge, featuring a library, TVs, a game room, a children’s area, a nap room, computers, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a snack bar.

Affordable hotels are nearly less than 2 miles away, such as Hotel d’Lins Ontario Airport, DoubleTree by Hilton, Best Western Plus, Azure Hotel and Suites, and Holiday Inn.

Sometimes people become nervous prior to a flight. At Ontario International, we help take care of those fears with our ONT Paw Squad, which lets passengers interact with the friendly pups that are guaranteed to create some smiles.

Address: Ontario, California 91761

61. Eppley Airfield – 3 million passengers

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One of the areas Eppley Airfield focuses on is helping travelers get ready for their flights, whether arriving or departing, so that each passenger’s travel experience is memorable, in a good way.

With the airport’s new mobile app in place, travelers have access to helpful features in their hands.

Features include flight search, real-time information for parking, airport maps, estimated wait times at security checkpoints, a shuttle bus locator, a parking rate calculator, and airport alerts.

When food and beverages are on the agenda, restaurants, coffee shops, sub-sandwiches, and more are available in Concourse A and Concourse B in the North and South Terminal Food Courts.

Retail shops are also open for business in both concourses and terminals.

Hotels and attractions are numerous in Omaha for travelers looking for rest, relaxation, and entertainment.

Nearby hotels include Country Inn and Suites, Sleep Inn and Suites, Holiday Inn Express and Suites, Best Western Plus, and Hampton Inn and Suites.

A few choice attractions include Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Omaha Children’s Museum, the Durham Museum, and Lauritzen Gardens.

Address: 4501 Abbott Drive, Omaha, Nebraska 68110

62. Memphis International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Located 7 miles from downtown, Memphis International Airport is the go-to destination for nonstop flights in the U.S. from coast to coast and exciting cities in between.

Book a flight to Atlanta, pack your sunglasses for a trip to Florida beaches, roll the dice in Las Vegas, or lie on sun-drenched beaches in Cancun, Mexico.

Services at the airport include parking options, Uber and Lyft rideshare, hotel shuttles, rental cars, shuttles, and taxis.

There is also dining and shopping venues and the Delta Sky Club.

While visiting Memphis, travelers are in the heart of the birthplace of blues and rock ‘n’ roll. Take a stroll on Beale Street with many bars and music, Elvis fans can take a tour of Graceland, stop by the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, and travelers of all ages can observe wildlife at the Memphis Zoo.

Address: 2491 Winchester Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38116

63. Charleston International Airport – 2 million passengers

Charleston International Airport
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When traveling through Charleston International Airport expert quality guest services combined with southern hospitality.

Convenience for passengers begins with curbside check-in and continues with self-service luggage carts.

Passengers can charge their devices and connect to free Wi-Fi, use the cash-to-card kiosks, use UPS and FedEx drop boxes, and take a moment to interact with Paws for Takeoff therapy dogs who like to help passengers relax.

Hotels nearby provide easy access to the airport. About 2 miles from the airport are Courtyard by Marriott, Wingate by Wyndham, Hilton Garden Inn, and Crowne Plaza Charleston.

Charleston is a historic city with many cultural attractions, such as Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, Middleton Place, and Drayton Hall.

Also worth visiting are the North Charleston Fire Museum, and the South Carolina Aquarium, and perusing the goods at the historic Charleston City Market.

Address: 5500 International Boulevard, North Charleston, South Carolina 29418

64. Rhode Island T. F. Green International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Travelers can book flights at Rhode Island T. F. Green International Airport, located just 6 miles from the state’s capital of Providence.

Opened in 1931, the airport has plenty of experience in getting travelers to and from their destinations.

Travelers have access to over 100 nonstop flights daily along with hundreds of options for connecting flights around the country.

Major airlines using the airport include Southwest, Frontier, Delta, American, Allegiant, United, JetBlue, and Air Canada, to name a few. Flights can take passengers to exciting destinations in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

The airport provides four parking and transportation options, an array of retail shops, dining, ATMs, newsstands, a conference room for business meetings, a bookstore, an animal service area, a military lounge, and more.

Address: 2000 Post Road, Warwick, Rhode Island 02886

65. Will Rogers World Airport – 2 million passengers

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Will Rogers World Airport flies nonstop to cities throughout the U.S. from Austin and Chicago to Phoenix and St. Louis.

At the airport, passengers have access to convenient transportation options, such as rental cars, shuttle transportation, Uber and Lyft, taxis, and public transportation to get them where they need to go.

Within the airport, elevators are in place that are wheelchair accessible, as are the restrooms. Travelers also have access to dining and shopping, Wi-Fi, a military welcome center,

Travelers have a choice of quality 3-star hotels near the airport, such as Embassy Suites by Hilton, Governor’s Suites Hotel, Holiday Inn Oklahoma City, Country Inn & Suites, Hampton Inn and Suites, and Hilton Garden Inn.

Oklahoma City has many points of interest for travelers staying for an extended vacation, weekend visitors, or passengers waiting for connecting flights.

Several to consider include the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the 99s Museum of Women Pilots, Frontier City, and the Oklahoma City Zoo.

Address: 7100 Terminal Drive, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159

66. Reno-Tahoe International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Reno-Tahoe International Airport puts travelers in touch with the places they want to go.

Hop aboard flights to cities, such as Las Vegas, Dallas, Phoenix, San Francisco, Salt Lake, Portland, and Denver via American Airlines, Southwest, Frontier, United, Spirit, JetBlue, Alaska, and Delta.

Upon arrival or before departing from the airport, passengers can take advantage of amenities and services to help make travel time run smoothly.

Travelers have access to banking, currency exchange, mailing services, free internet, courtesy phones, and water bottle refill stations.

The airport makes the time fly by when waiting for a flight with gaming machines stationed in various places.

For passengers 21 or older, slot machines are located throughout the airport.

For passengers feeling nervous about flying, they can take advantage of the Paws4Passengers Program.

With the help of certified, registered, friendly, and lovable therapy dogs, stress levels and nervousness are alleviated.

Address: 2001 E. Plumb Lane, Reno, Nevada 89502

67. Richmond International Airport – 2 million passengers

Richmond International Airport
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Whether arriving or departing, when accessing Richmond International Airport, travelers will be going to places near and far for nonstop fun.

Whether you fly Delta, Spirit, United, Breeze, Allegiant, American, JetBlue, or Southwest, our pilots provide non-stop domestic flights and connecting flights to points across the globe.

Airport staff, services, and amenities take the stress out of flying from the start with parking options that allow closer and faster access to the terminals.

While waiting to depart, fuel up with a snack, full meal, or refreshing beverage to boost your energy.

Before taking off, or once you arrive, get connected with free Wi-Fi and fuel your devices, as well as yourself, at charging stations.

Address: 1 Richard E. Byrd Terminal Drive, Richmond, Virginia 23250

68. Boise Airport – 2 million passengers

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Convenience is the focus when departing from Boise Airport with its 27 nonstop destinations and nine airlines ready to get travelers to exciting destinations.

The airport is just 3 miles from downtown Richmond for travelers interested in sightseeing while experiencing an extended layover.

Use the convenience of drive-up curbside valet parking to get you started on your journey quickly.

There is also an economy parking lot, and passengers can use the services of Uber and Lyft stations.

Services at the airport keep passengers engaged and entertained. For engagement and entertainment, pick up reading materials at the Greenbelt Magazine Shop and CNBC Kiosk, and peruse the work of Idaho artists at the Art Source Gallery.

Passengers can also take care of fueling up their energy resources before a flight with a stop at one of the on-site cafes, restaurants, and bars.

Address: 3201 W. Airport Way #1000, Boise, Idaho 83705

69. Long Beach Airport – 2 million passengers

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Long Beach Airport has flown the skies far and wide for 99 years. Established in 1923, it is the oldest of Southern California’s municipally-owned airports.

With its long history of flying the skies, passengers can rely on prompt service, friendly staff, helpful services, and a roster of nonstop destinations.

The airport provides nonstop destinations from the west coast to the eastern region of the U.S., along with Maui and Honolulu, aboard American, Delta, Hawaiian, Breeze, and Southwest.

Located just 3 miles from downtown Long Beach, spend down time between flights at attractions, such as the Aquarium of the Pacific, visit the Rainbow Harbor for waterfront dining, have fun at Pelican Pier Carousel and Arcade at Shoreline Village, or take a cruise of the harbor,

Address: 4100 Donald Douglas Drive, Long Beach, California 90808

70. Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport – 2 million passengers

Security, amenities, parking options, and health and safety are all part of the passenger experience when booking flights that pass through Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport.

The airport provides many services, including fast and efficient security checks, ample parking options not far from the terminal, an outdoor pet relief area, charging stations for devices, a mom’s room, full-service banking including currency exchange, complimentary internet, and a language interpretation booth.

There are also a variety of dining and shopping establishments.

Address: 600 Terminal Drive, Louisville, Kentucky 40209

71. Spokane International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Spokane International Airport offers a variety of services dedicated to passenger comfort and safety.

Travelers to the airport can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride to 21 non-stop destinations from Seattle to Atlanta, and several stops in between.

Hotels are plentiful throughout for travelers interested in accommodations near the airport, such as Wingate, Sleep Inn Mainstay Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, SpringHill Suites, and Hampton Inn.

There are at least 15 hotels, which include the Historic Davenport Hotel, Centennial Hotel, Fairfield Inn, and Best Western Plus in downtown Spokane.

A short 7-mile drive from the airport to downtown opens up a menu of things to see and do while vacationing.

During the warm weather, visitors to the area can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, canoeing, and visiting parks, gardens, and Spokane Falls, while the winter months are all about snow and skiing.

Address: 9000 W. Airport Drive, Spokane, Washington 99224

72. Norfolk International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Finding things to do to stay busy while waiting for a flight can be a challenge, but not so at Norfolk International Airport where travelers have access to a variety of services.

Just a few of the services available include Skycap and wheelchair assistance, full-service restaurants, ATMs, cash conversion kiosks, self-serve Smarte Carte luggage carts, mailboxes, USO lounge, and charging stations for devices, and the staffed Airport Information Center.

For those travelers with several hours of wait time between flights, Norfolk provides plenty to see and do.

Visit the wildlife at the Virginia Zoo, learn about maritime history at the Nauticus museum, or smell the roses at the Norfolk Botanical Garden.

Passengers planning to spend time in Norfolk can book reservations at several nearby 2 and 3-star hotels, such as Hampton Inn and Suites, Delta Hotels by Marriott, DoubleTree by Hilton, Residence Inn by Marriott, and Fairfield Inn and Suites.

From single hotel rooms to multi-room suites, there are several options with a variety of features and amenities, plus competitive pricing.

Address: 2200 Norview Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23518

73. Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport – 2 million passengers

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For a memorable travel time, book a flight to or from Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport situated at Keahole on the Big Island of Hawaii.

The airport serves passengers on both interisland and transpacific flights.

Passenger services are always important when traveling, and Kona International has things covered with plenty of amenities.

From ground transportation and banking to car rentals and dining, passengers can take care of business at the terminal.

Passengers can connect with free unlimited Wi-Fi, utilize ATMs, curbside zones for loading and unloading of persons with disabilities, retail shops for gifts, souvenirs, fresh flowers and leis, newsstands, and dining at Terminal 2.

In case of an emergency, Airport Rescue and Fire is available to passengers 24/7 as first responders when medical treatment is required.

The list of things to do on the Big Island will keep travelers entertained. Some of the places to explore include the Ocean Rider Seahorse Farm, the Kanaloa Octopus Farm, taking a helicopter tour for an overview of the island, snorkeling and diving adventures, and touring a volcano.

Address: 73-200 Kupipi Street, Kalaoa, Hawaii 96740

74. Tucson International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Tucson International Airport keeps travelers informed and up to date with their monthly newsletter, so travelers are always “in the know” before their flights.

At the airport, passengers can settle in and enjoy the many services provided, starting with a warm welcome from airport volunteers who are ready to answer any questions and get you going in the right direction to the right gate.

Other services expressly for travelers are assorted shopping and dining venues, a military lounge, an airport lounge open to all passengers, and special assistance services.

Address: 7250 S. Tucson Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona 85756

75. Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Travelers to and from Guam can book international flights that arrive and depart at Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport.

Airlines using this airport include Korean Air, United, Air Seoul, Jin Air, Japan Airlines, T’Way Air, Philippines Airlines, Jeju Air, and Air Busan.

Flights arriving and departing come from many locations, such as Manila, Tokyo, Saipan, Busan, Seoul, Chuuk, and Honolulu.

Passenger services include ground transportation that includes car rentals, shared rides, and taxis.

Additional services include an airport welcome center, airport lounges to unwind and relax, currency exchange, and food, beverage, and shopping options.

Address: 355 Chalan Pasaheru B224-A, Tamuning, Guam 96913

76. Lihue Airport – 2 million passengers

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Lihue Airport is located on the island of Kauai, one of Hawaii’s many island destinations. With interisland and overseas flights coming and going on the two runways, travelers, whether staying for a few hours between flights, or for a few days on vacation can enjoy the food, culture, history, and attractions Kauai has to offer.

Upon arrival at the airport, a long list of services and amenities help make the next step of the journey comfortable, convenient, and connected.

Just a few of these helpful features include Visitors Information booths, four ATM machines, grab-and-go kiosks, a coffee shop, a flower shop, bars and grills, a newsstand, apparel, accessories, souvenir shops, and designated smoking areas.

There are many choices of accommodation for travelers to stay in while visiting Kauai across all price ranges.

Several of the closest to the airport include Kauai Palms Hotel, The Kauai Inn, Kauai Beach Resort & Spa, and Marriott’s Kauai Beach Club.

Address: 3901 Mokulele Loop, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766

77. Gerald R. Ford International Airport – 2 million passengers

Gerald R. Ford International Airport
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Travelers making their way to or from Grand Rapids can do so via the Gerald R. Ford International Airport, situated about 13 miles from the city.

The airport makes it easy to lessen the stress of travel time with the option to reserve a parking spot online at the airport’s website for short-term or long-term garage parking, long-term lot parking, and economy lot parking.

Passenger amenities provide a relaxing environment while waiting to board. Several services include restaurants, retail stores, a business center, the Military Welcome Center, and the Visitor Information Center with maps, brochures, event information, and helpful staff.

A variety of hotels are conveniently located within a 3-mile drive from the airport. Some of the choices include Country Inn and Suites, Hampton Inn and Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Best Western Hospitality Hotel and Suites, and Drury Inn and Suites.

Address: 5500 44th St SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49512

78. El Paso International Airport – 2 million passengers

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When travel plans are focused on West Texas, destinations in Southern New Mexico and the hustle and bustle of Northern Mexico, El Paso International Airport opens the door to flights to those regions.

Airlines serving the airport include Frontier, Southwest, American, United, Alaska, and Delta, with flights arriving from across the country, such as Chicago, Austin, Phoenix, Denver, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Seattle, Las Vegas, and Dallas.

Parking and transportation are readily available with parking locations for short-term, long-term, reserved, cell phone lots, and disabled veterans parking.

Transportation options offer a few choices, such as rental cars, shuttles, taxis, buses, and pre-arranged transportation.

An overview of airport services provides travelers with assorted options while spending time in-between flights or extended layovers.

There are self-serve kiosks, two shoeshine booths, an airport lounge for USO military personnel and their families, newsstands, shops with travel essentials, gifts, souvenirs, and coffee shops and restaurants on Concourse A and B, and on the ground floor.

Address: 6701 Convair Road, El Paso, Texas 79925

79. Orlando Sanford International Airport – 2 million passengers

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When heading to destinations in central Florida, or for those planning a vacation to other cities in the U.S., the Orlando Sanford International Airport provides flights across America and Canada.

With non-stop flights via Allegiant Air, travelers can come and go from cities, such as Norfolk, Chattanooga, Des Moines, Hagerstown, Asheville, Harrisburg, Bangor, Bentonville, and more.

Other airlines with flights to the airport include Swoop Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, and Flair Airlines.

Travelers heading to Universal, Epcot, or Walt Disney World will have access to rental cars, shuttles, and rides via Lyft and Uber.

At the airport, there are also places to eat and the Royal Palm Lounge to refresh and refuel and get connected with free Wi-Fi.

While in the area, check out many places to enjoy indoor and outdoor activities. A few to consider are the Museum of Seminole County History, the Sanford Riverwalk, Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Garden, the Black Bear Wilderness Area, and the Lake Monroe Conservation Area.

Address: 1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard, Sanford, Florida 32773

80. Tulsa International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Check out the new non-stop destinations at Tulsa International Airport. Flights aboard Allegiant, American Airlines, Southwest, and Breeze take passengers near and far to cities, such as Tampa, Sarasota, and Miami, Austin and Phoenix, Chicago and New York, Phoenix and Mesa, and on to Washington D.C.

Before you head to the airport for your flight, check the airport’s website for updates on wait times at the main checkpoint.

For those dropping off passengers, there is convenient and inexpensive hourly parking as well as garage, economy, and valet parking.

To fuel up energy levels before or after a flight, travelers can grab a snack at Einstein Brothers Bagels, get a tasty burger at Fat Guy’s Burger Bar, sample the menu at Chili’s, and quench their thirst and dine at the Tarmac Taproom or Eau de Vie Wine Bar.

Shopping is also available at several retail venues.

For passenger convenience when arriving at the airport, within the property, travelers are just a short distance away from the Hilton Garden Inn located at the main entrance.

A hotel shuttle offers complimentary service to and from the airport.

Address: 7777 Airport Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115

81. Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport – 2 million passengers

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Current information about airlines served by Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport and the places they go is always up to date when accessing this airport’s website.

With this information, travelers can easily make travel plans and fine-tune their itineraries.

While at the airport, there are several entertaining activities to help pass the time beginning with the art gallery.

Dining options provide filling menus of food, pastries, and coffee, while shopping venues take care of travel accessories, snacks, gifts, and souvenirs.

Services are also available to help make the travel process run smoothly. Features travelers have access to include a cash-to-card machine, ATM banking, a meditation room, currency exchange, translation service, telecommunications devices for the deaf, visual paging for those who are hearing impaired, electric vehicle charging station, fuel rods for devices, pet relief area, Kid Zone play areas.

Address: 5900 Messer Airport Highway, Birmingham, Alabama 35212

82. Albany International Airport – 1 million passengers

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If you are looking for an airline with flights to many places, consider Albany International Airport for your next adventure.

Many airlines use the hub, such as JetBlue, United, American Airlines, United, Southwest, Delta, and Allegiant.

Choose cities to explore, such as Ft. Lauderdale, New York, Charlotte, Washington D.C., Orlando, Nashville, Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Newark.

Travelers flying to Albany Airport arrive from cities such as Sacramento, Ontario, Denver, Las Vegas, and Myrtle Beach.

During your time at the airport, check in with the staff at the convenient information desk for any questions.

To relax, enjoy some quiet time in the W.I. Reading Room, the interfaith prayer room, the military room, or take care of business at the Business Center, pick up reading material at shopping venues, grab some food, donuts, coffee, or a refreshing brew at several dining choices.

Address: Albany Shaker Road, Colonie, New York

83. Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport – 1 million passengers

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Savannah Hilton Head International Airport has a new airline and new non-stop destinations. The airport is designed with passengers in mind with an impressive list of destinations.

Airlines serving the airport offer plenty of options for non-stop and connecting flights to exciting places as well as travelers who are making their way to the historic city of Savannah.

Choices in airlines include Avelo, Delta, Frontier, Allegiant, JetBlue, American Airlines, Breeze, Southwest, Silver Airways, United, and Sun Country Airlines.

Destinations are diverse, with cities offering something for everyone, whether traveling for pleasure or business.

An example of some of the non-stop daily or weekly departures includes Boston, Akron, Indianapolis, Louisville, Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Tampa, New Orleans, Dallas, Miami, Denver, and Los Angeles.

Nearby hotels offer quality services, features, and amenities of their own. Less than 2 miles away are Hyatt Place, Hilton Garden Inn, Wingate by Wyndham, and Hampton Inn and Suites.

Places to visit while in Savannah include Historic River Street, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Bonaventure Cemetery, the American Prohibition Museum, and Savannah’s historic district.

Address: 400 Airways Avenue, Savannah, Georgia 31408

84. Des Moines International Airport – 1 million passengers

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Iowa’s capital city of Des Moines is only a 5-mile drive to Des Moines International Airport, This location means plenty of convenience for travelers staying in the city for business or pleasure.

Before heading to the airport, travelers and those picking up passengers can easily check flight status, departures, arrivals, and parking options ahead of time.

The airport offers many direct non-stop flights year-round and seasonally from airlines, such as Delta, American, Southwest, Allegiant, Frontier, and United.

Check with each of the airlines for flights to Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, San Diego, Phoenix, St. Petersburg, Washington D.C., and many more.

Services within the airport provide convenient access to Wi-Fi, ATM machines, wheelchair assistance, two outgoing U.S. mail slots, and a pet relief area.

Passengers can also schedule a tour of the airport. There are also a variety of restaurants, a private room for moms, and conference and meeting rooms for businesses.

Address: 5800 Fleur Drive, Des Moines, Iowa 50321

85. Frederick Douglass/Greater Rochester International Airport – 1 million passengers

Downtown Rochester is just 3 miles from Frederick Douglass/Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC).

Its convenient location puts travelers just a short drive from things to do in the city in-between flights.

It also means travelers staying in hotels near the airport won’t have a long drive when heading to the airport to catch their flight.

Getting to and from the airport is easy with transportation options that include taxis, Rochester Transit Service, on-site car rentals, rideshare, limousine services, and airport shuttle service going to and from the terminal.

Many of the hotels near the airport provide shuttle van services, such as Best Western, Roadway Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Country Inn and Suites, Hyatt Regency Rochester, Holiday Inn Downtown, and Rochester Marriott Airport.

Just a few of the services travelers can rely on inside the airport are free Wi-Fi, two play zones, designated pet areas, Smarte Cart rentals, designated smoking areas, a gift shop, and a variety of palate-pleasing restaurants and bars,

Address: 1200 Brooks Avenue, Rochester, New York 14624

86. Myrtle Beach International Airport – 1 million passengers

With over 50 non-stop destinations, Myrtle Beach International Airport is ready to connect travelers to exciting places.

Choose from one of the 10 airlines to provide the service you need to get to where you’re going in North America.

Airlines serving the airport include Allegiant Air, Avelo Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Delta, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Porter Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United Airlines, and Spirit.

Coffee shops, snacks, full meals, bars and grills, beer and wine, burgers and fries, and grab-and-go are the choices for passengers needing to satisfy hunger pangs and quench thirst.

There are also several parking options, from curbside valet to economy lots.

Make the most of your time at the airport by enjoying the plane activity from seats situated along the walkway leading to Terminal B.

You might also want to use the checklist provided online to enjoy a scavenger hunt with fellow travelers.

Address: 1100 Jetport Road, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577

87. Palm Springs International Airport – 1 million passengers

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One of two runways brings travelers in and out of Palm Springs International Airport year-round.

Non-stop flights to 500 worldwide cities, stops at over 30 airports, and open for business 24 hours a day, allow travelers to pick, choose, and plan a business or pleasure travel itinerary with confidence.

Like many other airports, Palm Springs aims to please passengers with a welcoming environment and a variety of helpful services.

While at the airport, passengers have access to restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, and retail stores, free Wi-Fi, credit card dispensers, ATMs, pet areas, and a playground.

Affordable hotels are less than three miles from the airport for passengers interested in staying in the city.

Several 2, 3, and 4-star hotels include Quality Inn, Homewood Suites, Desert Vacation Villas, Cimarron Golf Resort, and the Triada Palm Springs, Autograph Collection.

Address: 3400 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, California 92262

88. Syracuse Hancock International Airport – 1 million passengers

When you’re serious about booking a non-stop flight to places, such as Las Vegas, Dallas-Fort Worth, Nashville, Tampa, Charleston, and more, book a flight on one of the airlines serving Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR).

Passengers have many options when it comes to choosing an airline that operates at Syracuse Hancock, such as major air carriers, which include United, Delta, American, Southwest, Breeze, JetBlue, Frontier, and Allegiant.

Other airlines also operate at SYR, such as PSA Airlines, Air Wisconsin, Republic, Piedmont, Golet, Sky West, Mesa Airlines, Endeavor Air, and CommutAir.

Destinations from the airport include flights to select cities in the northeast, southeast, southwest, and north-central regions.

To get a birds-eye view of the airport, visit the website and access the live video feed that operates 24/7.

Address: 1000 Col. Eileen Collins Boulevard, Syracuse, New York 13212

89. Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport – 1 million passengers

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Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport notes passengers will experience air travel the way it should be.

With an array of services, airline choices, and a variety of choices in destinations, this airport makes it all possible.

Airport services begin with parking options for travelers and for those pickup up passengers. Parking choices include two garages located next to the terminal, three economy parking lots, curbside valet parking, and a free cell phone lot for those waiting for passengers to arrive and be picked up.

A fun service provided by the airport is its online store stocked with assorted travel essentials, such as gifts, souvenirs, books, and accessories.

Other services include a 24-hour TD Bank ATM, vending machines, business workstations, a conference center for business meetings, a private workspace in the Escape Pods, free Wi-Fi, and portable charging devices.

Passengers also have access to gift shops, retail stores, massage chairs, cash-to-card kiosks, food, beer, and beverage options, a marketplace, and mountain views from the Airside Garden.

Address: 2000 GSP Drive, Greer, South Carolina 29651

90. St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport – 1 million passengers

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Bypass the hustle and bustle of the larger airports and book flights through St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport in Clearwater.

The airport serves Allegiant Airlines with over 60 destinations for domestic flights and Swoop Airlines for flights to Canada.

While St-Pete-Clearwater International is a smaller airport, it is big on passenger services. These include an ATM, sign language translation services for foreign and American passengers, a visitor information booth, a private room for moms, Pets Uplifting People to help passengers relax, pet relief areas, the kid’s play zone, Wi-Fi, and shopping and food venues.

If time allows between flights, the airport is a short 7 miles from Clearwater and 9 miles from St. Petersburg, and miles of pristine white sandy beaches.

There is also a trolley from Clearwater that goes to St. Petersburg, and back again, with stops along the beachfront.

Whether travelers are in need of a hotel for an overnight stay prior to departing on the next leg of their journey or are staying in St. Petersburg or Clearwater for a few days, there are several nearby hotels less than 2 miles from the airport.

Just a few choices include La Quinta Inn and Suites, Comfort Inn and Suites, Hampton Inn and Suites, Red Roof Inn, and SpringHill Suites by Marriott.

Address: 14700 Terminal Boulevard #221, Clearwater, Florida 33762

91. McGhee Tyson Airport – 1 million passengers

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Just 12 miles from Knoxville, travelers looking for non-stop flights to Phoenix, Sarasota, Boston, Dallas, Detroit, New York, Chicago, Baltimore, St. Petersburg, and many more can book a flight leaving from McGhee Tyson Airport.

Choose from among many airlines to get you to these destinations. Airlines flying out of McGhee Tyson Airport include Allegiant, American, Frontier, United, and Delta.

The airport offers easily accessible short-term, long-term, and economy parking. Ground transportation can also be arranged with eight car rental companies, such as Avis, National, Budget, Hertz, and Enterprise, plus companies providing limousines and taxi services.

Hotel shuttles from nearby hotels, such as Courtyard by Marriott, Best Western Knoxville, The Tennessean Hotel, Tru by Hilton, Comfort Suites, La Quinta Inn and Suites, and more, provide quality accommodations and amenities.

Services at the airport are designed for passenger convenience. These include free Wi-Fi, SmartCarts, power plug-in spots throughout the terminal, a relief area for service animals, and a classic shoeshine stand.

Address: 2055 Alcoa Highway, Alcoa, Tennessee 37701

92. Portland International Jetport – 1 million passengers

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Up, up and away to destinations across the country with speed, quality customer service, and a helpful and friendly atmosphere is what travelers can expect at Portland International Jetport.

When travelers need diversity in destinations, Portland is served by eight airlines: American, Delta, Elite, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, SunCountry, and United.

Flights cover a wide range of territory with cities in Florida, Colorado, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, New York, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, Georgia, and Washington D.C.

The airport has more than 2,000 parking spaces situated in a five-story garage that is a short walk to the terminal plus a short-term parking lot.

A shuttle transports passengers from the parking lot to the Jetport.

Travelers needing ground transportation can get information at the Ground Transportation Booth about taxis, vans, rental cars, and limousines.

Address: 1001 Westbrook Street, Portland, Maine 04102

93. Dane County Regional Airport – 1 million passengers

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Wisconsin travelers have quite a few choices when it comes to booking a flight leaving from Dane County Airport.

While flights to Phoenix, Denver, Dallas-Fort Worth, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Chicago, and Detroit are all on the roster, east coast destinations are also available for Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C.

Currently, five airlines serve the airport. These include American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier, Sun Country Airlines, and United Airlines.

Information about arrival and departure times is up to date on the airport website.

If you’re looking for things to do while waiting for a flight, consider a visit to Madison to sample local cuisine, go to Henry Vilas Zoo, check the exhibits at the Chazen Museum of Art, and take the kids to the Madison Children’s Museum.

Address: 4000 International Lane, Madison, Wisconsin 53704

94. Clinton National Airport – 1 million passengers

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Plan a non-stop getaway throughout the year to enjoy seasonal entertainment when booking flights at Clinton National Airport.

Whether traveling to the Gulf Coast, Mickey’s house in Florida for summer fun, or swooshing down the winter slopes in Denver, travelers will find convenient flights to choose from.

Passengers can book flights with Allegiant, Southwest, United, American, Frontier, and Southwest when planning a travel itinerary.

For hotel reservations, choose from several, which include Marriott Little Rock, Fairfield Inn and Suites, Comfort Inn and Suites, Holiday Inn Airport, and Wyndham Riverfront.

Services at the airport include retail stores, assorted dining venues, free Wi-Fi, a mother’s nursing room, a pet relief area, an extra assistance program for passengers with non-visible disabilities, and a pre-check enrollment center.

Address: 1 Airport Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202

95. Pensacola International Airport – 1 million passengers

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Situated on Florida’s panhandle, Pensacola International Airport offers a gateway to fun in the sun all year long.

Whether flying to a Florida destination or heading to Denver for cooler temperatures, travelers will find the perfect flight to fit their travel plans.

The airport is served by multiple airlines that fly non-stop to many locations. Choose a flight aboard Delta, United, American, Spirit, Frontier, Southwest, and Silver Airways.

Standard services are in place at the airport that include curbside and ground transportation, parking options, shops, restaurants, free Wi-Fi, charging stations, water bottle refill stations, free local calls, ATM, USO lounge, and access to the Pup Patrol to help alleviate stress and anxiety before or after a flight.

Address: 2430 Airport Boulevard, Pensacola, Florida 32504

96. Piedmont Triad International Airport – 900,000 passengers

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Book your flying time at Piedmont Triad International Airport to many destinations across the country, such as Atlanta, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York.

Airport personnel and assorted services keep things moving in the right direction from the moment of arrival.

At the airport, travelers have access to multiple parking options and ground transportation.

At the airport, travelers can relax between flights with access to services that include free Wi-Fi, a variety of restaurants, and cafes, coffee shops, gift shops carrying assorted accessories, including souvenirs, an observation room for watching the action on the runways, and private suites for nursing mothers.

Address: 1000 Ted Johnson Parkway, Greensboro, North Carolina 27409

97. Manchester-Boston Regional Airport – 900,000 passengers

Make your way to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport for flight time aboard an American, Southwest, United, or Spirit airline and head to cities across the country.

From parking options to dining options, there are a variety of choices to suit a traveler’s requirements.

Other services while at the airport include access to a free business center, free Wi-Fi, service animal relief areas, four family restrooms, lift-equipped buses, wheelchair service, ADA accessibility, and services for passengers who are visually impaired.

Address: 1 Airport Road, Manchester, New Hampshire 03103

98. Dayton International Airport – 900,000 passengers

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Travelers enjoy many services at Dayton International Airport just a 15-minute drive from downtown Dayton.

Travelers can book flights to amazing destinations on Allegiant, American, United, and Delta.

For travelers looking for a weekend getaway, choose from one of the airport’s non-stop flights to select airports in Washington D.C., Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Texas, Illinois, North Carolina, and Georgia.

Some of the benefits of the airport include their new value rates for parking on-site, free use of the Business Travelers Center, complimentary DAYrider shuttle buses that are wheelchair accessible, courtesy phones, shoeshine stations, post office, and FEDEX shipping,

Address: 3600 Terminal Drive, Dayton, Ohio 45377

99. Fresno Yosemite International Airport – 900,000 passengers

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Whether a business or a pleasure traveler, Fresno Yosemite International Airport gets passengers where they need to go fast and efficiently.

With non-stop flights to cities, such as Chicago, Reno, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Seattle, and Guadalajara, Mexico, and connecting flights worldwide, there are plenty of options to ensure a positive experience.

Prior to arrival, check the airport’s website for helpful travel tips that can support a smooth process from the time you arrive to the time you depart the airport.

With tested tips, trips can be less stressful, plus travelers can be prepared for airline policies and airport security procedures.

From the airport, passengers are within walking distance of major hotel brands, such as Hampton Inn, Best Western Plus, Quality Inn, and Fairfield by Marriott.

While visiting, take advantage of some of the area’s magnificent terrain in three national parks: Sequoia, Yosemite, and Kings Canyon.

Address: 5175 E. Clinton Way, Fresno, California 93727

100. City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport – 800,000 passengers

Passengers enjoy soaring to new heights at the City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport. From Los Angeles to Chicago and Salt Lake to San Antonio, choose your next destination and take to the skies on one of the airlines, such as United and Southwest.

Services keep passengers comfortable and connected with food and retail venues, a premier lounge for relaxing, free Wi-Fi to check the latest news, an art collection to peruse, and a live-action airport webcam.

Make reservations at one of the local 2- to 4-star hotels near the airport offering assorted amenities, such as airport shuttle service, free parking, breakfast included, pool, free Wi-Fi, and a kid-friendly environment.

These include La Quinta Inn and Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Days Inn by Wyndham, Ute Pass, and Kinship Landing for those traveling with pets.

Have some fun between flights with a game of laser tag, perusing the exhibits at the Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum, taking a tour of the Cave of the Winds, visiting Peterson Air and Space Museum, or checking out the wildlife at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.

Address: 7770 Milton E. Proby Parkway, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80916