Some airlines that offer flights to Memphis International Airport in Memphis, Tennessee are Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines and Frontier Airlines. Other commercial airlines that offer flights to Memphis are Delta Connection, United Airlines and United Express, Southwest Airlines, Southern Airways Express and SeaPort Airlines. OneJet, operated by Pentastar Aviation, offers flights to Indianapolis, and as of 2015, GLO Airlines, operated by Corporate Flight Management, offers flights to New Orleans.Continue Reading
Memphis International Airport is a civil-military airport located 7 miles southeast of downtown Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis International Airport is the global hub of FedEx Express, with nonstop FedEx destinations across the continental United States, Europe, South America, Asia and the Middle East. The current "SuperHub" facility opened in 1981.
The Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority owns two general aviation airports in addition to Memphis International Airport: General DeWitt Spain Airport and Charles W. Baker Airport. Memphis International Airport has three terminals: Terminal A, Terminal B and Terminal C. As of 2015, airlines that use Terminal A are Southwest Airlines, OneJet and Allegiant Air. Delta Air Lines has exclusive use of Terminal B. Airlines that use Terminal C are American Airlines, SeaPort Airlines, Frontier Airlines and United Airlines.Learn more about Geography