Airports in Connecticut

Connecticut is one of the US states with only a few airports offering commercial flights. Therefore, Bradley Airport is the main point of entry to this state. Besides Bradley Airport and New Haven Airport, there are a few general aviation airports offering scheduled charter flights. Nevertheless, we’ve mentioned airports in nearby US states which could be used as an alternative to Connecticut airports. To better understand where the airports are situated, we’ve included a map of airports in Connecticut.

List of airports

Hartford Bradley International Airport – IATA Code – BDL (~ 6.7 M Passengers)

Bradley International Airport is the busiest Connecticut airport, and second busiest in the New England Region. Airport is located in the city of Windsor Locks, about 2.5 km west of downtown. Southwest, Delta, jetBlue and American are the largest airlines operating at the airport. Airport serves mostly domestic routes, therefore Orlando, Atlanta and Charlotte are the most connected cities. Getting to Windsor Locks is possible using several transport options. However, public buses by CTTRANSIT and trains by Amtrak and Hartford Line are the most common options. Other ways include getting a taxi, limousine, shuttle or a car rental.

New Haven Airport – IATA Code – HVN

  • Also Called: Tweed New Haven Regional Airport
  • Nearby city(s): New Haven (7 km), Branford (8 km)
  • Airline(s): American Eagle, Cape Air, Southern Airways

Danbury Municipal Airport – IATA Code – DXR

  • Nearby city(s): Danbury (5 km)
  • Airline(s): Reliant Air

Sikorsky Memorial Airport – IATA Code – BDR

  • Nearby city(s): Bridgeport (5 km)
  • Airline(s): Tailwind Air Service

Waterbury–Oxford Airport – IATA Code – OXC

  • Also Called: Oxford Airport
  • Nearby city(s): Oxford (5 km)
  • Airline(s): Tradewind Aviation. Clay Lacy Aviation

Airports in neighboring states

Airports in MassachusettsAirports in New YorkAirports in Rhode Island

Connecticut Airports Map