How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Buffalo
Buffalo Niagara International Airport (airport code BUF) might lie in the hard-to-pronounce Cheektowaga, New York, but it is an important regional airport serving two areas in two countries – Buffalo, New York and Southwest Ontario, Canada. Regular shuttle flights between Buffalo and Toronto Pearson International Airport and John C. Munro International Airport in Hamilton make it easy to get back and forth between the United States and Canada as well. It is estimated that about one quarter of the passengers traveling through the Buffalo airport are from southern Ontario. The famous Niagara Falls is only 16 miles from the city of Buffalo. JetBlue Airways was the first budget airline to serve Buffalo.
A complete list of airlines serving Buffalo Niagara is located here, real-time arrivals information here and real-time departures here. To help you find your way around the airport, there is an interactive terminal map here. Unfortunately, due to the small size of the airport there are really no passenger services to speak of – no restaurants, shops or other services – which stay open throughout the entire day. If you are traveling very early in the morning or very late at night, be prepared to go without. Otherwise, the list of services is here. You will find ground transportation options here. If you are driving to Buffalo Niagara Airport from Canada, you will find directions here – from the United States, follow the directions here. You can save time and money on Buffalo airport parking, and check out real-time parking availability here.
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