Airports in Rhode Island

Rhode Island is the state on the East Coast, famous for several important US cities. However, when it comes to air traffic, only one airport has notable passenger numbers. Providence airport is probably the first option when flying to Rhode Island. Therefore, because of the limited options, we’ve included a table of nearby airports in other states. To better see where each airport is located, especially compared to Massachusetts and New York airports, check out the map of Rhode Island airports below.

List of airports

Theodore Francis Green State Airport – IATA Code – PVD (~ 4 M Passengers)

T. F. Green Airport is one of the small-hub airports in the USA. Also known as the Providence airport, it’s located 10 km south of Providence, state’s capital. Airport is fairly small, with one terminal serving 12 airlines. Most of them are budget airlines, like Frontier, Allegiant and jetBlue. Focus is on domestic year round flights, as well as some seasonal. Apart from Providence, cities of Warwick and Cranston are close by.

Block Island State Airport – IATA Code – BID

  • Nearby city(s): Block Island (0.5km)
  • Airline(s): New England Airlines

Westerly State Airport – IATA Code – WST

  • Nearby city(s): Westerley (4 km)
  • Airline(s): New England Airlines

Airports in neighboring states

Airports in MassachusettsAirports in Connecticut

Rhode Island Airports Map