How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Hartford
Bradley International Airport (airport code BDL) lies just north of Hartford, Connecticut and just south of Springfield, Massachusetts, making it a regional airport rather than just a state one. The airport is actually in three different towns – Windsor Locks, Suffield and East Granby. Bradley is Connecticut’s busiest commercial airport, and the second busiest in New England behind Boston’s Logan International Airport.
Recently, the list of destinations Bradley serves has expanded. Delta Air Lines took over the now-defunct Song Airlines nonstop flight to LAX and has continued to fly that route. In late 2006, Northwest Airlines announced a new route from Bradley to Amsterdam, which will be the first nonstop flight between Connecticut and Europe.
For contact and gate information for all of the airlines serving Bradley, use the drop-down menu on this page. Bradley’s website redirects users to this flight tracker. If your book has you bored, you can waste time before your flight by visiting the New England Air Museum, which is housed at the airport. Ground transportation information can be found here, and maps and directions to the airport are here. You can save time and money on Hartford airport parking.
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