About Buffalo Niagara International Airport
Buffalo Niagara International Airport is an international airport serving the areas of Buffalo, New York and also the Golden Horseshoe region of Ontario, Canada.
The airport is New York State's third-busiest, and also the busiest in the New York City area.
BUF was first opened in 1926 where it was named Buffalo Municipal Airport, making it one of the United States' oldest public airports. The airport was renamed to Greater Buffalo International Airport in 1955 after a terminal expansion, and again renames in 1997 to its current state after further expansion of the airport with a new terminal.