The busiest airports in Florida are located in Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Tampa. Other international airports are found in the Florida cities of Daytona Beach, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Key West, Melbourne and West Palm Beach. Florida cities with regional airports include Punta Gorda, Gainesville and Tallahassee.
Miami International Airport is the busiest airport in Florida. The airport is one of American Airlines' national hubs, as well as a stopover for many to and from Latin America. Orlando International Airport is the second busiest airport in Florida and serves as one of the national hubs for JetBlue, Southwest and Frontier. Tampa International Airport is also a hub for Southwest. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is a hub for Spirit and JetBlue.
As of 2015, Daytona Beach International Airport operates flights to and from Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina and New York City. Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers operates domestic flights as well as flights to Germany, Canada and Mexico. Jacksonville International Airport has flights to and from Atlanta; Dallas, Texas and Baltimore, Maryland, as well as other domestic destinations.
Key West International Airport has flights to and from Atlanta as well as several other Florida cities. Melbourne International Airport has flights to and from Atlanta, Charlotte and Newark, New Jersey. Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach has many domestic flights as well as flights to and from Canada and the Bahamas.