As of 2015, the busiest airlines that fly to Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport are Delta, JetBlue and American Airlines. Other airlines that fly to Sarasota, Florida, include Air Canada, United and WestJet.
Delta flies to Sarasota year-round from Atlanta, Georgia, and LaGuardia Airport in New York City. Delta also flies to Sarasota in the spring from Detroit, Michigan, and John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City. JetBlue flies to Sarasota year-round from both New York City airports. JetBlue also flies to Sarasota from Boston, Massachusetts, in all seasons except the summer. American Airlines flies to Sarasota from Charlotte, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C., year-round.
Air Canada flies to Sarasota from Toronto, Ontario. Air Canada operates daily flights to Sarasota in the winter and spring, but only flies on Thursdays and Sundays in the summer and fall. United flies to Sarasota year-round from Chicago, Illinois. United also flies to Sarasota from Newark, New Jersey, in the winter and spring. WestJet flies to Sarasota from Toronto in the winter and spring.
Other airlines that have flown into Sarasota include AirTran Airways and Canada 3000. AirTran flew to Sarasota from Atlanta, Georgia, and Baltimore, Maryland. AirTran ceased to serve Sarasota in 2012 upon merging with Southwest. Canada 3000 ceased operations to Sarasota in 2001.