T. F. Green Airport

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T. F. Green International Airport

Read on to discover T. F. Green International Airport, its wide selection of facilities and services, the best top to fly to from the airport and with which airlines you can do this with.

About T. F. Green International Airport

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T. F. Green International Airport (IATA: PVD) officially known as Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport, is a public-owned international airport that serves around 4.3 million passengers each year. The airport opened in 1931 and serves cities within the United States and Europe. The airport has an area of 1,111 acres and owns two runways. The airport was the first state-owned airport in the United States. 

 

T. F. Green International Airport Location

The airport is located 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Providence, Warwick, Rohde Island:

 

Facilities

 

T. F. Green International Airport provides facilities and services to offer ease and comfort to its travellers. The airport in total has 22 gates as well as a food court, restaurants and shops at the airport terminal.

Facilities Include:

There is a range of shopping and dining places are available from popular restaurants and luxury and designer shops.

Free WiFi Accessibility

Mobile Charging

Family Services

Quiet Room

Massage

Library

Pet Relief

Games Room

ATMs

 

 

Runways

 

Colorado Springs Airport currently has two runways. 

 

Direction Length (ft) Length (m) Surface
5/23 8,700 2,651 Asphalt
16/34 6,081 1,853 Asphalt

Terminals

 

Main Terminal

T. F. Green International airport's terminal has been named after the former Rhode Island governor Bruce Sundlun. The terminal has two concourses, north and south. The North Concourse has 14 gates whereas the South Concourse has 8 gates. Gates 7 and 8 are built for international arrivals which are connected to the customs and is on the lower level of the concourse.

 

Airlines that fly to T. F. Green International Airport

The table below contains all the airlines that fly passenger services from T. F. Green International Airport:

 

Air Canada Express  Allegiant Airlines American Airlines
American Eagle Delta Air Lines Delta Connection
Frontier Airlines JetBlue Norwegian Air Shuttle
Southwest Airlines Southern Airways Express Sun Country Airlines
United Airlines United Express  

 

The Most Popular Domestic Destinations

 

Rank Destination Passengers Airlines
1 Orlando, Florida 285,000 Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest
2 Baltimore, Maryland 260,000 Southwest
3 Charlotte, North Carolina 222,000 American, Frontier
4 Washington–National, D.C. 176,000 American, Southwest
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 144,000 American
6 Atlanta, Georgia 133,000 Delta, Frontier
7 Chicago–Midway, Illinois 117,000 Southwest
8 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 112,000 JetBlue, Southwest
9 Tampa, Florida 92,000 Frontier, Southwest
10 Detroit, Michigan 91,000 Delta

 

The most popular destinations from junio 2018 - mayo 2019. Statistics from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS)

How to get to T. F. Green International Airport

 

By Road

Taxis and shared-ride shuttle are available at Colorado Springs Airport in the ground transportation area. It takes only 14 minutes to the Providence City centre by taxi.

By Public Transport

Providence Train Station has connections to southern Rhode Island and the Boston metropolitan areas via the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) commuter rail service system. Trains stop at the InterLink transportation hub, located within a short walk from the airport terminal via moving walkway. In addition to this, the airport is served by the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) and run bus routes 1, 8, 14 and 20.

By Rental Car

T. F. Green International Airport has an onsite car rental base. Many companies offer these services such as Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Payless, Thrifty and Zipcar.