Bradley International Airport

Bradley is more than an airport. It is part of a community of towns in north central Connecticut, and it is a driver of economic activity across southern New England.

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 eight passenger airlines, including three low-fare carriers, which provide Bradley’s more than six million annual passengers with service to 31 nonstop destinations. These destinations, including recent service additions to Dublin, Ireland and Los Angeles, California, provide convenient, direct connectivity with major business hubs, and they also provide one-stop connectivity to virtually any major destination in the world.

Bradley is also home to six air cargo carriers which ship over 115,000 tons of cargo and 3,000 tons of mail each year. U.S. Customs and Border Protection services are available at the airport, and a foreign trade zone is adjacent to the airport to further support overseas commerce. Bradley is also the center of the Bradley Airport Development Zone, an economic development tool that provides certain companies with tax incentives if they develop or acquire property in the zone and create jobs. Currently, more than 300 acres also remain available for development on airport grounds.

Visit to learn more about Bradley International Airport, its vital role supporting the business community, and its status as a good neighbor to surrounding communities.