Portland International Jetport (PWM) is a public airport
located two miles west of downtown Portland, in Cumberland County, Maine. It is owned and operated by the city of Portland. A portion of the Jetport's property, including the main runway, is
situated in the neighboring city of South Portland. PWM.
The airport is the busiest in the state. In 2007 it served a record 1.6 million passengers, up 17.0% from the year
before, and served 1.7 million passengers in the years 2008–2011. More recently, the Jetport has
had the advantage of service by low-cost carriers such as JetBlue abd Southwest
The Portland International Jetport has all the facilities necessary to make
traveling as easy and comfortable as possible. The airport is handicapped
accessible, has a newspaper and souvenir shop, ATMs, a restaurant and a business
The airport includes 1,615 acres with two runways:
Runway 5/23: 5,001 x 150 ft, Surface: Asphalt;
Runway 1/19: 2,600 x 100 ft, Surface: Asphalt
Airlines serving this airport are
United Airlines, and
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Bangor International Airport
Bangor International Airport
Bangor International Airport (BGR) is a joint civil-military public airport
located on the west side of the city of Bangor, in Penobscot County, Maine. Owned and operated by the City of Bangor, the airport has
ine runway measuring 11,440 by 200 ft. It was originally a military base known as Dow Air Force Base, Bangor International Airport remains home to the 101st Air Refueling Wing of the Maine Air National Guard, although most of the Air Force's aircraft and personnel
departed in the late 1960s. BGR includes 2,079 acres of land.
The airport is one of the fastest growing airports in Maine. The airport has more than sixty flights per day.
BGR is handicapped friendly and has TDD phones in its terminals. There are shops, ATMs, restaurants, porter services, lockers and helpful staff who willingly provide assistance to those in need.
serving the Airport are
United Airlines and
Houlton International Airport
Houlton International Airport Photo by Andrew Mooers
Houlton International Airport (HUL) is a public-use airport
situated in the town of Houlton in Aroostook County, Maine, near the town border of Hodgdon, Maine, also on the border of New Brunswick, Canada. This general aviation airport is publicly owned by the town of Houlton.
At one time it had regular airline service from Northeast Airlines.
The airport encompasses 1,615 acres with two runways:
Runway 5/23: 5,001 x 150 ft, Surface: Asphalt; Runway 1/19: 2,600 x 100 ft, Surface: Asphalt
The airport began as Houlton Army Air Base. Before the United States' entered World War II, American army pilots flew planes to
and from the base. They were not able to fly their planes directly into Canada, a member of the British Commonwealth, because that would
have violated the official United States position of neutrality. Local farmers towed the planes into Canada
using their tractors, where the Canadians closed the Woodstock highway to allow the aircraft
to use it as a runway. - List of US Airlines
One can book their tickets of the above-mentioned airlines on their respective websites and use discounts for on-line bookings.
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