Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines and Air Canada fly out of Harrisburg International Airport. US Airways and American Eagle also fly out of this location. The airport is actually in Middletown, Pennsylvania, about 13 miles from Harrisburg, and has the FAA identifier "MDT."
Allegiant makes daily nonstop flights to Orlando and Saint Petersburg, Florida. American Airlines' nonstop flights go to Boston, Massachusetts; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Delta's destinations include Atlanta, Georgia and Detroit, Michigan. Chicago is a nonstop flight for United as well, and United also has a direct flight to Washington, D.C. Air Canada flies nonstop to Toronto, Canada.
Prior to Oct. 17, 2015, US Airways had a codeshare agreement with American Airlines, meaning that the two airlines could book each other's flights. After Oct. 17, US Airways is part of American Airlines. American Eagle is an affiliate of American Airlines. Nonstop flights on these airlines go to the same destinations as American Airlines.
About 50 flights out of Harrisburg each day connect to one-stop destinations around the world, offering global access to and from Central Pennsylvania. The most popular international destinations as of 2015 have been Toronto, Montreal, Cancun, St. Thomas and Shanghai. More than 80,000 people flew in and out of Harrisburg International in 2014, a record for the airport.