As the largest airport in the state of Rhode Island, the T. F. Green Airport in Warwick receives solid service from North American airlines. All airline services are offered in the main terminal at this airport. Southwest Airlines offers more destinations than any other carrier at Rhode Island’s busiest airport. This busy low-cost airline is based in Texas and takes pride in offering convenient regional service throughout the United States.
Southwest Airlines is the only company that links the city of Warwick with the West Coast. This giant low fare carrier operates non-stop flights to Denver International Airport all year long and to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport on a seasonal basis. Operating direct flights to Maryland’s largest city Baltimore, Southwest Airlines also claims the busiest route at T. F. Green Airport. America’s largest low cost airline also connects Rhode Island’s second biggest city with popular vacation spots in Florida. Southwest Airlines offers year round trips to Orlando and Tampa and seasonal flights to Fort Myers and West Palm Beach. If passengers at Warwick need to get to Chicago, they can board a non-stop Southwest Airlines flight to Midway Airport, which is the secondary airport in the “Windy City” of Illinois.
United Airlines boasts the second busiest status at T. F. Green Airport. This major American company offers daily trips to Newark Liberty International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport, two major East Coast destinations. In fact, the only way to get from Warwick into New York City is to take the flight to Newark, New Jersey. Offering trips to the main airports of Cleveland and Chicago, United Airlines also makes some of the largest Midwestern cities accessible to passengers at T. F. Green Airport.
Offering trips to Philadelphia International Airport, US Airways links Warwick, RI with one of the most important northeastern cities. The main airports in Charlotte and Washington D.C. are also listed on the US Airways schedule at T. F. Green Airport.
JetBlue Airways offers convenient low cost flights between T. F. Green Airport and two popular resort areas in Florida. The NY based airline offers year round trips to Orlando (home to Disney World) and Fort Lauderdale, which is part of the Miami region.
On a seasonal basis, Cape Air connects T. F. Green Airport with two popular vacation spots in Massachusetts. This major New England regional airline offers trips to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Island.
Delta Air Lines offers year round trips between T. F. Green Airport and Metropolitan Wayne County Airport in Detroit, Michigan. Seasonal flights to Minneapolis, Minnesota are also available via Delta.