Find the cheapest flight to Maine
How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Maine
The state of Maine has two major airports, though neither is particularly large or busy by national standards.
The busiest airport in Maine is Portland International Jetport (airport code PWM), which is a short two miles from downtown Portland, which is Maine’s largest city. Although the airport served only 1.6 million people in 2007, it has grown significantly in recent years and the addition of new routes from jetBlue and AirTran indicate that it will likely continue to do so. The airlines which serve Portland’s airport are listed here. Ground transportation options include hotel shuttles, taxis, limousines, and vans, or you can rent a car from one of the companies listed here.
Bangor International Airport (airport code BGR) is Maine’s second busiest airport and is located about three miles outside of downtown Bangor. Despite its proximity to Canada (and the fact that it is the closest airport for some Canadian residents), the Bangor airport has no scheduled flights to any Canadian airports. In fact, its “international” designation is due to the charter flights which connect with Bangor, as the regularly scheduled flights are all to and from other cities within the U.S. A list of the airlines serving Bangor is here. You will find terminal maps on this page, along with a list of the passenger services and facilities at the airport – including the restaurants. Your ground transportation options include taxis & limousines, buses, and hotel shuttles, as well as the rental car companies listed here.
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