Pennsylvania has 15 airports with regularly scheduled airline service, though most of these only offer connection service to larger airports in the region.
The airports listed below had more than 100,000 passengers in 2010:
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) – The state’s largest domestic and international airport. It’s a major hub for US Airways.
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) – The second largest airport in Pennsylvania.
Harrisburg International Airport (MDT) – The third largest airport in the state, but significantly less flights than Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) in Allentown has service to the following eight destinations: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Ft. Myers, Orlando, Philadelphia, and St. Petersburg.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport (AVB) has service to the following seven destinations: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Orlando, Newark, and Philadelphia.
University Park Airport in State College (SCE) has service to the following destinations: Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Washington-Dulles, with seasonal service to Atlanta.
Erie International Airport (ERI) has service to Chicago, Detroit, and Philadelphia with seasonal service to Atlanta starting in December 2014.
The airports below offer regularly scheduled service, but saw less than 25,000 passengers in 2010 (listed alphabetically by city served):
Altoona-Blair County Airport (AOO) – Offers daily flights to Washington-Dulles International Airport and Johnstown-Cambria County Airport on United Airlines which ends on September 30, 2014. Starting October 1, 2014, service will be to Pittsburgh on Sun Air International.
Bradford Regional Airport (BFD) – Offers flights to Cleveland, Ohio and Jamestown, New York on United Airlines. Commercial service to this airport will end on September 30, 2014.
DuBois Regional Airport (DUJ) – Offers flights to Cleveland, Ohio on United Airlines through September 30, 2014. On October 1, 2014, service will begin to Washington-Dulles and Johnstown on United Express.
Franklin-Venango County Airport (FKL) – Service to Cleveland, Ohio on United Airlines. Commercial service to this airport will end on September 30, 2014
Johnstown-Cambria County Airport (JST) – Offers flights to Washington-Dulles International Airport and Altoona-Blair County Airport on United Airlines. Service to Altoona will end on September 30, 2014. On October 1, 2014, service to Dubois, PA will start.
Lancaster Airport (LNS) – Daily service to Washington-Dulles Airport on Sun Air International.
Latrobe – Arnold Palmer Regional Airport (LBE) – Service to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, with seasonal service to Myrtle Beach, Ft. Myers, and Tampa.
Williamsport Regional Airport (IPT) – 3 flights daily to Philadelphia International Airport on US Airways Express
Note: All information on this page was correct to the best of our knowledge as of August 21, 2014. Please only use this as a reference and verify any information about flights and public transit prior to traveling.