Florida is home to two of the nation’s busiest airports: Miami International Airport (MIA) and Orlando International Airport (MCO). There are over 60 other airports across the state that serve various purposes and passengers.

Official Listings

FAC is the largest airport-specific association of publicly-owned and operated airports, airport professionals, and experts in the fields of airport design, development, and improvement, as well as aviation trades that support the airport industry in Florida. 

Daytona Beach International Airport is a Volusia county-owned airport located 3 miles southwest of the central business district of Daytona Beach next to the Daytona International Speedway. It provides an alternative for visitors looking avoid the larger airports of Orlando and Jacksonville.

The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) serves the needs of 26.9 million passengers, ranked 21st in the U.S. in total passenger traffic and 13th in domestic origin and destination passengers. FLL offers nonstop service to more than 125 U.S. cities and flights to Canada,  Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Latin America, and Europe with both commercial flights and private flights daily.

Gainesville Regional Airport is a smaller airport offering flights around the U.S. to three international hub airports flying with Delta and American Airlines. 

Jacksonville International is the major regional passenger air service provider, featuring non-stop flights to dozens of major U.S. cities. 

The Key West International Airport (EYW) serves travelers from all over the world. The airport is located on the southeast end of the island of Key West, just minutes from many Key West accommodations, attractions, and downtown Key West.

Miami International Airport (MIA) is America’s second-busiest airport for international passengers, boasts a lineup over 100 air carriers and is the top U.S. airport for international freight. Offering amenities including hotel, transport services, shops and restaurants and provides a world-class experience.

Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is owned and operated by the Panama City-Bay County Airport and Industrial District (The Airport Authority) offering flights with Delta, Southwest, and United Airlines to locations within the U.S. 

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is an international airport six miles southeast of Orlando, Florida, United States. The airport is the 2nd busiest in the state of Florida, serving over 41 million passengers annually. This large airport features over 120 shops and restaurants and all the amenities you would expect from a large airport. They even have a Security Wait Time estimate on their website to keep you updated. 

Orlando Melbourne International Airport is a small full-service airport 1.5 miles northwest of downtown Melbourne, in Brevard County, Florida. Providing charter and general services with destinations throughout North America, The Caribbean and international flights. The airport includes a business and industrial park. 

Orlando Sanford International Airport is "SFB": Simpler, Faster Better! Located in Sanford, Florida, only 25 minutes north of Orlando. It includes 2 terminals, one for international flights and the other for local flights. All the amenities of a large airport with small airport service catering to the travelers. 

Palm Beach International Airport serves both air carriers (airlines) and general aviation aircraft. 

Pensacola International Airport offers convenient, easy access to gates, baggage claims, check-in, and parking. Southern hospitality begins here with comfortable seating areas, gift shops, and lounges while you wait for your flight. You will also find complimentary wireless internet access and charging stations make it easy for you to stay connected and entertained. 

Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) has grown to be one of the top 50 airports for passenger traffic in the U.S. 

St Pete Clearwater International Airport is a full service airport with commercial passenger service, cargo, military, and general aviation operations. PIE accommodates virtually any size aircraft, from jumbo jets to charter planes to private aircraft.

Tallahassee International Airport accounts for 32% of air passenger travel in the Northwest Florida Region offering services for American, Delta and Silver Airlines. 

Tampa International Airport is a full service airport with flights throughout the U.S. and international flights. Tampa International Airport relies on two fixed-base operators on the airport campus and three small airports elsewhere in Hillsborough County to serve the general aviation activities of the community. The three off-campus airports also form a reliever airport network to allow for safe, efficient and timely commercial operations at Tampa International.

The Albert Whitted Airport supports a wide mix of general aviation activities and entities with private or “recreational” aviators, aviation businesses, space for the airport’s FBO as well as a full-service restaurant, rental car and other aviation operators. In addition, other commercial services are provided on the field through various companies including, aircraft maintenance, avionics, banner towing, upholstery, flight instruction, aircraft sales, aircraft charter, internet-based pilot retail and aerial photography businesses. 

Bartow airport offers a full-service fixed base operation including Fuel, Flight Training, Rental Aircraft, Service and maintenance shops available.

Located near Crestview, Florida, The Bob Sikes Airport is a self sufficient General Aviation facility owned and operated by Okaloosa County. It includes defense and industrial aerospace development as well as modification and conversion companies due to its 8,000 foot runway with an instrument landing system (ILS) and available acreage on and off airport for lease.

The Boca Raton Airport is located halfway between West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale, the City of Boca Raton. It is publicly-owned by the State of Florida and is designated as a general aviation transport facility serving the corporate, recreational and flight training needs of the community. 

Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport & Technology Center is a multi-use economic development and public-use aviation facility. Covering 2,400-acres that is well-suited for both commercial and industrial development, this prime property is the largest airport north of the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg/Clearwater region.

The Clearwater Airpark is a small airport that offers the convenience of a neighborhood friendly airport that can give them easy access to the local attractions as well as the local beaches and businesses.

Crystal River Airport serves a wide range of general aviation needs. Business flights comprise about 30 percent of the overall operations. Flight training, domestic and foreign, is a significant component of this airport's general aviation activity with benefits extending into the community through lodging, food and recreational activities. Roughly 40 percent of the airport’s annual operations are related to flight training. The airport also attracts a number of transient or visiting aircraft with approximately 25 percent of the airport’s business originating from transient users. 

Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) is a small airport located in Northwest Florida. Offering flights around the U.S. to primary hub cities, this award-winning airport offers amenities without congestion of the larger airports. 

The airpark is situated immediately southwest of the Big Cypress National Preserve, and is surrounded on three sides by the waters of Everglades National Park. The Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve and Collier Seminole State Park are to the north. The Gulf Visitor Center and National Park Ranger Station, within walking distance of the airpark, provide canoe rentals, tour boats and docks for itinerant boats.

Flagler County airport primarily serves corporate aviation and general aviation activity. There are no scheduled airlines providing service at the airport.

Marathon Airport is a small airport with no regularly scheduled commercial air services.

Leesburg International Airport, located 35 miles northwest of Orlando, is the central hub for transportation and business in this growing part of Central Florida. With two runways extending up to 6,300 feet, the airport accommodates over 50,000 aircraft takeoffs and landings each year.

Marco Island Executive Airport provides affordable, convenient, safe hassle-free air travel. Situated in a natural environment, the airport is congestion and traffic free, yet only minutes away from the area's amenities and attractions. 

North Perry Airport is small airport located in Pembroke Pines Florida, offering private and charter aircraft services including flight schools, sales and repair stations and other services. 

The Airport Authority owns over 1800 acres consisting of three runways with the longest at 7,195 feet in length. This small airport has 2 airlines with flights to locations in the U.S. The Enterprise Charlotte Airport Park is becoming the hub for economic development in the County. An avionics shop, flight schools, pilot shop, airframe and engine repair facilities, air charter and air ambulance are all located at the Punta Gorda Airport. Commercial commerce centers are growing with non-aviation companies including the Punta Gorda Speedway. 

 

Titusville-Cocoa Airport Authority offers three aviation facilities with premium locations and a variety of services, including expert maintenance and repair facilities, aircraft sales, flight training and full service FBOs.