Thursday, November 01, 2007

Key West International Airport

The Tower


Key West International Airport

Key West Airport (EYW) serves the southernmost city in the continental United States. In fact, the island of Key West, Fla., the last of the Florida Keys stretching into the Gulf of Mexico, is closer to Cuba at 90 miles than Miami at 180 miles.

Several major airlines have regular service to Key West, although schedules may vary according to season.

Currently, six airlines service Key West airport:

American Eagle,

Continental Airlines,

Delta Connection/ ComAir,

United Express and US Airways.

Most flights to Key West are routed through Miami International Airport, but you can find some direct flights from major cities in Florida and the Bahamas. Key West is approximately four miles long and 2 miles long, so the airport is close to all of the Key West attractions – white sand beaches, historic houses and rambunctious nightlife – that you came for.

Reed more here

6 comments:

Rick said...

I am about ready to swim there if i have too..;-)

Susanne in Key West said...

Oh my God...! You must be a great swimmer then. Watch out of all the sharks in the Florida waters...LOL..

Thanks for commenting, Rick.

evlahos said...

wonderful colors

Susanne in Key West said...

Thanks evlahos,

for making this comment!

Anna said...

Thanks, I think I will need this info, lol. Anna :)

Susanne in Key West said...

Yes, keep this info on a very good place, you never know...one day maybe you will need it - after 90 days no more seeing the sun and ice cold temperatures up there....LOL..

Thanks for your refreshing comments!

LinkWithin

Blog Widget by LinkWithin