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Here's the home of the World's largest low cost airline, SouthWest Airlines, if you are travelling within the USA, then check them out, their fares are quite affordable and they offer price reductions for several categories of travelers, such as elderly/senior people (for USA residents only). SouthWest serves the southwestern part of the country, as its name says.

Then there's JetBlue, another low cost airline from the USA. They have very good in-flight comfort, they offer free snacks and have good in-flight entertainment. Their comfort is superior to most economy class flights.

Of course, also check the big players in the business, especially on long haul flights: Delta (operates from its hub in Atlanta, flies most routes to Europe), NWA - NorthWest Airlines (flies most Pacific routes), American Airlines (the World's biggest airline, operates to more Latin American destinations than any other US carrier), there's also Continental and United Airlines.

 

Domestic flights

There is a large number of internal flight connections. Mainly between the big cities across the country, which act as hubs, from them you can further reach smaller regional airports. For example: you fly from New York to Denver, Colorado and then from Denver you will be able to reach other airports within the state of Colorado.

 

International flights

Tremendous numbers of connections are available, most connections are to Europe from the eastern coast and to Asia and the Pacific from the western coast.

Basically to get overseas either to the east or west, you will most probably have to go through the closest hub that connects to your destination (New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta etc.).

Flights to Latin America are operated primarily from the major cities: New York, Los Angeles, etc., but you should also check the connections from the southern cities, such as Las Vegas, San Diego, Phoenix, Dallas, Miami (very popular for Latin American connections), Orlando, etc.

 

Airlines serving the USA

 

American Airlines

Your primary choice when flying to Latin American destinations. American Airlines operates to more Latin American destinations than any other US carrier.

American Airlines has an old fleet, but good coverage of the World in general. It flies to many places in Europe and Asia as well.

This airline ahs one of the oldest fleets in the country.

 

Continental Airlines

It's based in Houston, Texas.

Serves primarily European, North American, Caribbean destinations. Fewer flights are available to Asia and the Middle East or Africa, South America.

Continental also operates to several dozen domestic destinations.

 

Delta Airlines

Operates from its Atlanta hub, which is is the busiest airport in the World (as of 2009).

One of the biggest US carriers and it flies to many parts of the World.

For those who want to travel to Europe, Delta must be on their list!

 

JetBlue Airways

Reputable hybrid airline operating in the United States and some nearby countries.

Focuses on the eastern part of the country, serves mainly cities like New York, Washington, Long Beach, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, etc.

JetBlue is a hybrid carrier because it offers quality on board services comparable to business class, yet there is less space on board and prices are set just like in the case of low cost carriers.

 

NorthWest Airlines/NWA

One of the oldest air carriers in the country.

Has a huge fleet and operates primarily in the northwestern United States, connecting the country's biggest cities with destinations across the Pacific.

If you want to fly to Pacific islands, for example to famous exotic vacation destinations, then NWA (NorthWest Airlines) must be on your list. The same way, if you're travelling to East Asia. 

 

SouthWest Airlines

The USA is the home of the World's largest low cost airline, SouthWest Airlines, if you are travelling within the USA, then check them out, their fares are quite affordable and they offer price reductions for several categories of travelers, such as elderly/senior people (for USA residents only). SouthWest serves the southwestern part of the country, as its name says too.

 

United Airlines

One of the biggest airlines in the World and an icon of American air travel.
It's based in Chicago, Illinois. If you are travelling to or from this city, then you'd better watch United's offers. They have the best possible connections from Chicago to the rest of the World. 

 

Destinations, major airports in the USA

 

There is a large number of airports in this country, therefore we cannot enumerate them here, but will provide you a list of related resources, where you will find them.

There are several states that have more than a dozen airports. California and Alaska are thes state with most airports.

 

For international travelers, we recommend you to check out the following airports, hubs to be checked out:

 

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport

Boston Logan International Airport

Chicago O'Hare International Airport

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport

Miami Wilcox Field International Airport

New York John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport

New York LaGuardia International Airport

San Diego Lindbergh Field International Airport

San Francisco International Airport

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Washington Dulles International Airport

 

Useful related resources

  

Flux Travel

USA Travel Directory: Flights, Hotels, Attractions, Travel Guides

Categorized directory covering most of the important destinations and regions of the United States. Helps you find travel service providers easier.

Addition: November 20, 2009


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 Last modified/updated: November 20, 2009

 

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