Airports in Florida
Florida has many international and domestic airports that operate flights all around the world.
Miami International Airport (MIA) - The largest airport in Florida, Miami International serves as a major gateway between United States and Latin America. MIA is the hub for FedEx Express and UPS Airlines, as well as passenger airlines, American Airlines and Executive Airlines. Miami International is the 12th busiest airport in the United States.
Orlando International Airport (MCO) - Orlando International is the second busiest airport in Florida. It is also the 13th busiest airport in United States in terms of passenger traffic. MCO is the focus airport for JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, and Frontier Airways.
Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport (FLL) - Located near the city of Hollywood, Florida, this airport is a hub for Caribbean Airlines, Allegiant Air, and JetBlue Airways, and a focus city of Spirit Airlines. The airport's proximity to Port Everglades makes FLL airport popular with tourists headed for the Caribbean.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) - Tampa International is is publicly owned by the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority, and is the hub for Silver Airways, and offers many daily Southwest flights. TPA serves over seventy destinations, with international flights to other North American countries and the Caribbean, plus the United Kingdom and Switzerland.
Apart form the major international airports mentioned above there are several other airports in Florida under various categories. Some of them are:
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Last Updated on : October 22, 2014