Bradley International Airport
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Founded in 1941 as a military air base, Bradley International Airport is western New England's largest. It is named after Lt. Eugene M. Bradley from Antler, Oklahoma, who died in an August 1941 training accident at the airfield. The airport saw more than 5.3 million passengers in 2009. It continues renovations and is seeing airline services expand to 29 markets. Southwest began nonstop service to Denver in March 2010, Delta announced that it will resume nonstop service to Los Angeles in June 2010 and JetBlue began service in November 2010 with twice daily service to both Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando.
11 Schoephoester Rd, Windsor Locks, CT 06096
- Accessibility Details: Wheelchair accessible restrooms, elevators, commuter carrier lifts, eight TDD (TTY) phones for the speech and hearing impaired are available.
- Hours: Daily, 24 hrs. Most airline ticket counters open between 4am and 5am.
- Accessible: yes