More maps are coming every day…today it’s more airports!
Louisville International Airport (SDF) has nonstop commercial service to more than 20 destinations and convenient connections to cities worldwide. The airport accommodates more than 3.2 million passengers annually. As home to UPS’s air-sorting hub, it ranks third in North America—and ninth in the world—in the total amount of cargo handled, with almost 4.3 billion pounds of cargo, freight and mail in 2009.
Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) serves more than 8 million passengers annually, making it one of the top 50 airports in the U.S. for passenger traffic. Averaging over 250 daily flights per day, more than 20 airline partners serve RSW with nonstop service throughout North America and international service to Canada and Germany. With flights to major gateways like Atlanta, Chicago, New York and more, travelers have access to convenient connections worldwide.
Burbank – Bob Hope Airport (BUR) in Burbank, California is the closest airport to downtown Los Angeles, and is convenient to many major attractions such as Universal Studios, the Rose Bowl, Dodger Stadium, Griffith Park, and many more. Seven commercial airlines serve the airport, carrying over 4.6 million passengers annually.
Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) has received numerous awards, such as the First Award for Design Excellence from the American Institute of Architects Western New York. BUF averages approximately 110 daily flights, with nonstop service to 23 airports.
Tucson International Airport (TUS) is a joint civil-military airport located just six miles south of downtown Tucson. The airport counts nearly 4.5 million passenger arrivals and departures from eight operating carriers who offer daily nonstop departures to 15 destinations with connections worldwide.