Bradley International Airport
Bradley is more than an airport. It is part of a community of towns in north central Connecticut, and part of the business community in southern New England. The information in this section will report on Bradley's role and operations as both a business center and as a neighbor to surrounding towns.
Bradley International Airport, the all-weather leader in flight operations in the northeastern U.S., is centrally located just two hours from Boston and New York City. It is served by 15 passenger air-lines, including three low-fare carriers, and 11 air cargo carriers. Bradley International serves more than six million passengers, 140,000 tons of cargo and 10,000 tons of mail each year. 24-hour U.S. Customs is available and a foreign trade zone is adjacent to the airport to further support overseas commerce. Currently, more than 400 acres remain available for development on airport grounds. Visit www.bradleyairport.com for more information on this world-class facility.
- View the Bradley Economic Impact Study