There are 83 airports in Mississippi
for the public to use. The airports in Mississippi are well connected to both US and international locations. The Mississippi airports
provide both sound aviation technology and friendly service, which makes traveling there a pleasure.
The international airports in Mississippi
are the Gulfport Biloxi International Airport, which serves Gulfport/Biloxi, and the Jackson Evers International Airport at Jackson. The other international airports in Mississippi are the Stennis International Airport at Bay St. Louis and the Trent Lott International Airport at Pascagoula.
The Jackson Evers International Airport
at Jackson is one of the premiere airports in Mississippi. This airport receives more than 700,000 passengers every year. The amenities at this airport include a theme-based restaurant and café, a Starbucks coffee shop, easy baggage claim, a news and gift shop, ATMs, two business centers, and good parking facilities. The airlines that operate from this airport are Delta Airlines, American Eagle, Continental Express, Northwest Airlines, US Airways and Southwest Airlines.
The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport
serves almost 500,000 people annually. The amenities available at this airport include skycap services, ATMs, meeting rooms, a news and gifts shop, award-winning eateries, a relaxing lounge, and ground transportation. The airlines that serve at this airport are Continental Airways, AirTran Airways, Delta Airlines, American Eagle and Northwest Airlines.
Tickets to the above-mentioned airlines can be booked online and some airlines even offer discounts for online booking.
Other important airports in Mississippi are at Corinth, Tupelo, Greenwood, Green Ville, Columbus, Meridian, Laurel, Natchez, McComb, and Picayune.