BDL - Bradley International



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Service: Domestic and International

Airlines: Air Canada Jazz, American Airlines, American Eagle, Continental Airlines, Continental Express, Delta, Northwest, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways, US Airways Express

Distance from Manhattan: 129 miles

Directions from Manhattan

By Car: See map above.

By Public Transportation: Take an Amtrak train from New York Penn Station to Hartford. Walk 4 blocks to Main Street heading East. Then take the #30 Bradley Flyer Bus to Bradley Airport. Total travel time is about 2.5 hours and costs about $55.

Airport Information:

  • 2,616 Acres
  • Runway 6-24: 9,502' long
  • Runway 15-33: 6,846' long
  • Runway 1-19: 5,141' long
  • 30 Aircraft gates
  • Served by 13 airlines
  • 36 non-stop destinations
  • Bradley is the second largest airport in New England
  • More than 30% of Bradley passengers originate from the New Haven area, with 12% coming from the areas of Worcester, Providence, and other places in New England
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  • EWR
  • JFK
  • HPN
  • ISP
  • SWF
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