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US International Airports

Billings Logan International Airport: (BIL) (Montana)
Serving Montana's Big Sky Country, the surrounding region, and the world, Billings Logan International Airport is recognized as a model for small-hub aviation operations. With almost 700,000 passenger departures and arrivals each year, the airport is considered one of the largest and busiest facilities in the northern rockies.

Birmingham International Airport: (BHM) (Alabama)
The premier gateway to Alabama, Birmingham International Airport is one of the most conveniently located airports (just 4.5 miles from downtown) in the region. For ground transportation needs, the rental car counters are located at ground level of the terminal, near the baggage claim area and Concourse B.

Bradley International Airport: (BDL) (Connecticut)
Flying into Bradley (New England's second-largest airport, after Boston's Logan Airport) lands you right in the heart of New England -- with a major network of interstate highways connecting you to the best vacation destinations and cities in this part of the country.

Harrisburg International Airport: (MDT) (Pennsylvania)
Central Pennsylvania's International airport offers direct flights to Allentown, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Hagerstown, Newark, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Toronto, and Washington.

Orlando International Airport: (MCO) (Florida)
Gateway to the heart of Florida.

Midland International Airport: (MAF) (Texas)
Airlines that service Midland International Airport are American Eagle, Continental Express and Southwest Airlines. Car rental agencies are located across from the baggage claim area.

Nashville International Airport: (BNA) (Tennessee)
The Nashville MTA Bus #18 leaves the airport nine times a day, Monday-Friday (four times a day on Saturdays and Sundays); Greyhound operates nine daily trips to/from the Airport, with services to Knoxville, Clarksville/Fort Campbell and connections to cities throughout the Greyhound system; Express Shuttle travels from Nashville International Airport to Chattanooga seven times a day; K-Town Shuttle runs between Nashville International Airport and Knoxville four times a day; and Anytime-Transport Shuttle Service serves the suburban areas of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, as well as Bowing Green, Kentucky.

Philadelphia International Airport: (PHL) (Pennsylvania)
Philadelphia International Airport serves as the principal gateway for the fifth largest metropolitan population in the United States.

Pittsburg International Airport: (PIT) (Pennsylvania)
Access to international travel begins locally, and Western Pennsylvania residents can take advantage of Port Authority's West Busway for travel to and from Pittsburgh International Airport and downtown.

Seattle Boeing Field: (King County): (BFI) (Washington State)
King County International Airport is located five miles south of downtown Seattle, in the center of the economically diverse Puget Sound region. A limited number of scheduled passenger flights are available to regional destinations via West Isle Air, Helijet International, and North Vancouver Air.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport: (SEA) (Washington State)
Nine rental car companies have information counters in the Baggage Claim area and five have car pick-up and drop-off at the airport, on the first floor of the garage across from the Main Terminal. In addition, off-airport rental car companies provide courtesy van service to the airport. Public transit bus routes serve the Airport outside Door 6 by baggage carousel #1, on the Baggage Claim (lower) level. Airport Express is an inexpensive way to travel between downtown Seattle hotels and Sea-Tac International Airport.

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