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  • The Indianapolis Airport is the closest to me, only being downtown.
  • Humberside and Robin Hoods
  • Arrecife airport (ACE) is the nearest and it's also the one I prefer, because I would have to take a flight or a ferry to get to the next nearest in Fuerteventura.
  • When talking small airports, Chautauqua County - Jamestown (JHW/KJHW) is the closest. Medium size is Erie Tom Ridge International (ERI/KERI). Large is Buffalo/Niagara International (BUF/KBUF). Massive would be Toronto Pearson International (YYZ/CYYZ) across the Canadian border.
  • SeaTac (SEA) is the closest major airport. As far as favorite airports, SEA is decent, DIA is really nice, ATL is decent. LAX ranks up there as one of my top 5 rat holes.
  • Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Connecticut. I like Bradley because there is a garage to store my car near it with a shuttle service to the airport.
  • T F Green in Warwick, RI. It's closer than Logan in Boston and easier to navigate.
  • JFK, Laguardia, Newark, McArthur, a bunch of smaller airports which I really don't know the names of offhand. JFK is preferable only because I can walk there from my house & I HATE Long Island City traffic going anywhere NEAR Laguardia at ANY time of day. Plus there's more fights out of JFK usually- like more options.
  • Tullamarine is the closest international airport, about twenty minutes drive away. I think Essendon is now only local traffic, nowadays. Avalon is a tad farther.
  • I live out in a rural area...we have several small airports. Then, going a little larger, there's the Chattanooga airport. The nearest major one would be Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta, which is currently the busiest in the world.
  • The nearest one is Van Nuys but I think it's just for private and small charter aircraft. The next closest is Bob Hope in Burbank. We definitely prefer Bob Hope over LAX because it's closer and much less crowded in the terminal, on the tarmac, and in the air.
  • There are a couple of small regional ones relatively close, then there is Jackson to the South and Memphis to the North...neither of which is all that close.
  • We have the Greater Cincinnati/Northern KY International Airport which is actually located in KY. Delta is the biggest airline there and Cincinnati is the most expensive hub in the US from what I hear. A lot of people from this area drive to Indianapolis, IN - Dayton, OH - or Lexington, KY and catcah a flight from there to save money. I prefer Cinti because when I fly home, I don't want to have another 2 hours driving time from the airport.
  • I am eights mile from Logan Int/l Airport in East Boston and 45 miles from Manchester Airport in Manchester NH. I prefer to travel to NH for my flights, not as congested and their a lot more friendlier there.
  • Dulles (IAD), Reagan National (DCA), and BWI. I prefer them in that order. Too many regional airports to name in addition. The largest being Manassas Regional airport and that is a bit out of my way.
  • Manchester and Liverpool John Lennon liverpools better
  • Norfolk, Newport News/Williamsburg, Richmond. I prefer to use Norfolk, it's small and the closest to me.
  • I prefer Newark to JFK, and Heathrow to Gatwick.
  • Ontario and Los Angeles
  • I am in between Tampa and Orlando International Airports but prefer Tampa as it is smaller and has all the airlines I need.

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