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Airports in Rhode Island , Airlines in Rhode Island

Rhode Island is a good place to visit and the tourists who come to this destination are clear indications of this fact. There are over 8 airports in Rhode Island.

There are also private airports in this state. There is no international airport. So the tourists who come to Rhode Island have to come to any US state and come to Rhode Island by a regional flight.

The regional airports are the Block Island State Airport, the Westerly State airport and the Theodore Francis Green Airport. There are general aviation and even reliever airports such as the Quonset State Airport, the North Central Airport and the Newport State Airport. These Rhode Island airports provide god facilities to serve the passengers.

The Theodore Francis Green State Airport is by far the most active airport in Rhode Island. It is located at a distance of 14 kilometers from Providence. It serves more than 5 million passengers every year.

Airport in Rhode Island
Block Island (BID) Coast Guard (LRK) Lincoln Regional Airport (LHM)
Lincoln (LNK) North Central (SFZ) Point Hope (PHO)

Airport Hotels in Rhode Island
Warwick Middletown Providence

The connectivity to this airport is offered by buses, ferries, trains and taxis. The facilities that are provided are restaurants, ATMs, phones, business centers, WiFi services, snacks bars, shops, a retail court, market place, cafes and special facilities for the disabled passengers as well. Cars are offered for rent by companies such as Budget, Dollar, Avis, National and Hertz. Car parking is offered for short as well as long term. The Rhode Island airports guide asks all the passengers to keep their luggage near them all the time.

There are flights that are offered by airlines such as Air Canada, Spirit Airlines, New England Airline, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Southwest Airlines, SATA International, Delta Airlines and Cape Airlines. The Rhode Island airports allow for online booking for tickets. Discounts are also provided by certain airlines for booking tickets online.

The Rhode Island airports guide asks for passengers to inform the authorities of any suspicious people, activities or even any unclaimed baggage.