Serving the area in the largest city of Tennessee, Memphis International Airport welcomes some of the busiest airline companies in the United States to its terminals. The ticketing sales desks and check-in areas can be found in the central public area of the terminal complex that’s connected to the three other concourses.
Delta Air Lines uses Memphis International Airport as a major domestic hub, particularly in the south region of the country. Delta links the biggest city in Tennessee with more than 20 domestic destinations throughout all regions. Major East Coast cities accessible via Delta include Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington District of Columbia. Large southeastern cities such as Atlanta, Charlotte, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa are also on the list of direct flights operated by Delta. Thanks to Delta, Memphis is connected to large Midwestern cities such as Chicago, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Milwaukee and St. Louis.
Of course, Delta Air Lines links Memphis International Airport with important cities in the South and Southwest such as Baton Rouge, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Houston, New Orleans, San Antonio, and Salt Lake City. Delta service is available in all of the three concourses at Memphis International Airport. Passengers will have to head to Terminal A, B, or C depending on their specific Delta destination.
The very busy schedule operated by Delta doesn’t leave much space for other airline companies serving Memphis International Airport. American Airlines offers direct flights to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport while American Eagle operates trips to the main airports in Chicago and Miami. Operating at Terminal C, both of these major airlines are part of the AMR Corporation parent company that is based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas.
From Memphis, the city of Atlanta is the only destination that is on the schedule operated by AirTran Airways. This low cost carrier takes its customers to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. You can board the AirTran Airways fleet from Terminal A at Memphis International Airport.
Departing from Memphis International Airport, passengers can reach the main airports in Chicago, Denver, and Houston by boarding direct flights operated by United Airlines. Additionally, United Express service can be used to get to the New York Metropolitan Area by landing at Newark Liberty International Airport.
Offering trips to Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, US Airways operates direct air traffic between Memphis and the largest city of North Carolina. The Washington National Airport in the country’s capital district is also accessible via US Airways.