Find the cheapest flight to Alabama
How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Alabama
The state of Alabama may not have the busiest airports in the country, but there are a few airports you can choose from if you are flying in or out of the the area.
Birmingham International Airport (airport code BHM) sits a short five miles outside central Birmingham, and is the biggest and busiest airport in the state. It is even sometimes mentioned as an alternative airport for those flying in or out of Atlanta (especially if you are heading to or from the area West of Atlanta) because the low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines has a strong presence in Birmingham.
In addition to Southwest, Birmingham is served by seven other airlines. You can see a complete list here and track incoming and outgoing flights online here. This terminal map will help you find your way around, and you can learn more about your dining and shopping options at the airport here. WiFi is completely free throughout the airport. Ground transportation to and from BHM includes limousines, shuttle services, taxis and rental cars – all of which are listed toward the bottom of this page. And you can save time and money by booking Birmingham airport parking in advance.
Huntsville Internatonal Airport (airport code HSV) is Alabama’s second-busiest airport. It is located about nine miles from the center of Huntsville, and the airport is also sometimes known as Carl T. Jones Field. Huntsville is served by six airlines, which are listed here along with their contact information, and there are several methods to find out about flight schedules and also track flights listed here. Maps of the terminal are here and here (the latter requires Flash Player), and a list of the services available at the airport – including restaurants and retail shops – is found here. Your ground transportation options include taxis, airport shuttles, limousines, and rental cars – all of which are listed here.
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