Airlines Fort Lauderdale Airport

Airlines Fort Lauderdale Airport

Airlines fll airport

Fort Lauderdale Airport (IATA: FLL) is located in the Broward district, Florida, US. It is located within the following expressways and unsigned roads as Interstate 595, Route 1, Florida A1A, State Road 5, and Interstate 95. The airport territory is run by Broward County Aviation.

The airport was built and opened for the first departure in 1929 and serves as one of the greatest air hubs for Greater Miami. According to the statistics, an airport with a main craft of 115 planes can welcome more than 28 million passengers and 277 thousand air operations.

Fort Lauderdale Airlines

FLL with its huge capacity and 700 daily flights is a great international gateway for many airlines to reach different corners of the world.

The airport serves as the home air hub for several main providers, such as Spirit Airlines, Allegiant Air, and JetBlue.

There are 27 passenger airlines (main destinations can be tracked online):

  • Air Canada
  • Air Canada Rouge
  • Air Transat
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Allegiant Air
  • American Airlines
  • Avelo
  • Avianca
  • Azul Brazilian
  • Bahamasair
  • Caribbean Airlines
  • Copa Airlines
  • Delta Air
  • Frontier Airlines
  • Flair
  • IBC
  • JetBlue
  • North Atlantic
  • Silver Airways
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Spirit Airlines
  • Sun Country
  • Swoop
  • United Airlines
  • United Express
  • Western Air
  • WestJet.

Airlines Fort Lauderdale Airport

FLL serves as the cargo hub for delivering mail, e-commerce cargo, and transit boxes for the next airlines:

  • FedEx Express (delivering freight and packages to more than 375 destinations);
  • FedEx Feeder (major cargo airline);
  • IBC (on-demand cargo service);
  • UPS (a major cargo airline from Kentucky base).

The overall function of airlines Fort Lauderdale contributes to the local economy of more than $2 billion.

It is considered as one of the most eco-friendly airports and is located five kilometers away from the city center.

To dig up to the historical roots, FLL was named after the WWI aviator who arrived to the air Fort Lauderdale to begin its operations.