Continental Airlines Cargo Rd, Windsor Locks, CT06096 Continental Airlines provides air transportation for passengers traveling to destinations all over the…More world. This location has regularly scheduled routes to most major airports in the United States, Canada and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Continental has a free frequent flyer program which provides rewards to its members. The airline is located in Terminal A at Bradley International Airport.
Jazz Air LP Bradley International Airport (BDL), Windsor Locks, CT06096 Jazz Air LP is a subsidiary of Air Canada. This Jazz Air branch runs out of Bradley International Airport as Air Canada…More Jazz. The flights arrive and depart at 85 locations throughout the United States and Canada. Rewards are earned through a free membership in their Aeroplan Miles Program. The airline is in Terminal A of the airport.
Pace Air Service Inc 1000 Old County Cir, Windsor Locks, CT06096 Pace Air Services specializes in overnight freight services in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and…More Rhode Island. Same-day delivery service can be provided upon request and can be as small as a letter or as large as an airline container. The Windsor Locks location is located on Old County Circle near FedEx.
Bradley International Airport 11 Schoephoester Rd, Windsor Locks, CT06096 Founded in 1941 as a military air base, Bradley International Airport is western New England's largest. It is named…More 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.
State of Connecticut Bradley International Airport is a public airport located in Windsor Locks and is one of the…More busiest commercial airports in the country. Bradley International Airport was originally used for military purposes in the 1940s and became deeded for public and commercial transportation in 1948. Bradley International Airport has two terminals: A and B. Only A is open to the public and has 30 gates, B closed in April 2010, but is currently being used by the Connecticut State Police and as a storage area and is due to be demolished and replaced with a new 24-gate terminal, completion goal 2013.
Bradley International Airport is home to The National Airport Museum. It offers flights from 13 airlines. Bradley International Airport offers Park-Walk-Fly access located in the new terminal and offers free shuttle services. The airport has gift shops and restaurants inside for your convenience.