Major East Coast Airports
Below are the main airports in each state.
Overall, there are well over 100 airports within the East Coast. You can fly to, from or between any of these destinations with Alternative Airlines by using our search form, regardless of whether they're listed below or not.
The main airport in Maine is Portland International Jetport.
Manchester–Boston Regional Airport is the main airport in New Hampshire.
Boston Logan International Airport is the main airport in Massachusetts and one of the major airports on the East Coast.
T.F. Green International Airport is the main airport in Rhode Island.
The main airport in Connecticut is Bradley International Airport, which is located in Hartford.
The main airport in New York is New York JFK International Airport. Although, New York has other major airports, such as LaGuardia Airport and Newark Liberty (technically in New Jersey too).
The main airport in New Jersey is Newark Liberty International Airport.
The main airport in Delaware is Wilmington. Although, there aren't that many flights to Wilmington or Delaware. Many people fly into either Philadelphia or Baltimore/Washington.
Baltimore/Washington International Airport is the main airport in Maryland.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport are the main airports in Virginia.
Charlotte/Douglas International Airport is the primary airport in North Carolina. It also has Raleigh–Durham International Airport, which is used for many domestic and international flights.
The main airport in South Carolina is Charleston International Airport.
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the main airport in Georgia and one of the major airports of the US.
Florida has four main airports — Orlando International Airport, Miami International Airport, Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport and Tampa International Airport.