Serving the fourth largest city in Alabama, Huntsville International Airport is directly linked to several major domestic destinations thanks to large American carriers. The airport consists of a main terminal building that has all of the ticket counters, baggage claim areas, and check-in kiosks at the Ground Level. The departure gates are located in a concourse on the Upper Level of Huntsville International Airport.
Passengers at Huntsville International Airport are directly connected to the busiest airport in the southern part of the United States thanks to American Airlines service. The Texas based company offers non-stop flights to its main hub at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. American Airlines also provides reliable direct service to the largest city in the Midwest region. Chicago O’Hare International Airport is accessible to Huntsville passengers on a daily basis.
Delta Air Lines links Huntsville with one of the largest cities in the southeast part of the country. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta can be reached daily via this major domestic airline. In fact, the airport in Georgia’s largest city is a major base for Delta Air Lines. Anyone in Huntsville who has business in Detroit can also county on Delta for direct service. The Metropolitan Wayne County Airport in Michigan’s largest city also serves as a hub for Delta.
United Airlines controls the busiest schedule at Huntsville International Airport. By taking passengers to the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, this major carrier offers non-stop trips to one of the largest cities in the south. Operating scheduled flights to Denver, United Airlines is the only company to directly take passengers at Huntsville to the West Coast. Thanks to this airline, Alabama’s fourth biggest city is connected to the capital district of the United States. United Express invites customers to board direct flights to Washington Dulles International Airport.
US Airways can be used to fly between Huntsville International Airport and Charlotte/Douglas International Airport in the largest city of North Carolina. Washington D.C. is also on the schedule of US Airways. This large domestic airline takes passengers to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The advantage of taking a flight to Washington National Airport is that it’s located much closer to Washington D.C. than the Dulles International Airport. Passengers can enjoy US Airways service through the company’s US Airways Express operations that specialize in short distance regional flights that are offered in small jets.