Southwest Florida International Airport is located near Fort Myers, Florida. There are 16 total airlines that operate out of the airport. There is only one terminal with three concourses. There are 28 gates total. Almost all airlines operate domestic routes. Among the most frequently used airlines of the top ten most-busiest destinations are Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, and Delta Airlines.
Of its top ten most-busiest domestic routes, the route from Fort Myers to Atlanta was the most-busiest. Last year, 555,000 passengers traveled to the Atlanta area. Travelers flew to Atlanta via AirTran or Delta Airlines. The second most-busiest route was from Detroit to Fort Myers with 264,000 passengers. Delta and Spirit Airlines are frequently used airlines of this route. The third most-busiest route is from Fort Myers to Charlotte with 223,000 passengers via US Airways. The route to Boston was Fort Myers’ fourth most-busiest route with 188,000 traveling via JetBlue or Southwest Airlines. The fifth most-busiest is from Fort Myers to Newark, New Jersey. Passengers from Fort Myers traveled to Newark via JetBlue or United Airlines. The route to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport saw 181,000 passengers last year with American, Spirit, and United Airlines as the frequently used airlines. 176,000 passengers traveled to Chicago’s Midway Airport via AirTran or Southwest Airlines. From Fort Myers to Minneapolis, 151,000 passengers used Delta or Sun Country Airlines. It is the eighth most-busiest route. The ninth most-busiest route is to Philadelphia with 151,000 passengers. Southwest and US Airways are frequently used traveling this route. The tenth most-busiest domestic route is to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Last year, 149,000 passengers flew to the New York City area via Delta Airlines or JetBlue. International airlines include WestJet, AirCanada, and Air Berlin. Air Berlin’s only route is from Fort Myers to Dusseldorf, Germany. WestJet and AirCanada’s only route from Fort Myers is to Toronto’s Pearson Airport.