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Five Convenient Airports

click for a larger version Port Canaveral is well served by air transportation. Three international airports and one regional airport are located within an hour driving distance. Another international airport lies 75 miles to our north.

      Orlando International Airport
      Melbourne International Airport
      Orlando Sanford International Airport
      Space Coast Regional Airport
      Daytona Beach International Airport

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Orlando International Airport
Orlando International Airport is the primary hub for air travel to and from Central Florida, having more nonstop scheduled service to more U.S. cities than any other Florida airport. Designated a large hub airport by the FAA, Orlando International Airport has four runways and more than 5 million square feet of terminal space. It averages 875 flight operations per day. In anticipation of increasing demand, a $3.3 billion capital improvement program is scheduled during the next 15 years.

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Melbourne International Airport
Port Canaveral's closest full-service airport is Melbourne International Airport, located 26 miles to the south. This small-hub airport features state-of-the-art passenger facilities and a 10,200-foot main runway. As a cruise passenger gateway, Melbourne International Airport offers nonstop flights to domestic hubs with connecting flights to almost anywhere in the U.S. and abroad.

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Orlando Sanford International Airport
Orlando Sanford International Airport is located in Sanford, Florida, approximately 20 miles north of Orlando. The 2,400 acre airport features four lighted runways, from 3,500 to 9,600 feet in length. It also includes a 395-acre industrial park and 200 acres available for further development. Considerable infrastructure improvements and additions have been completed in the last five years to accommodate fast-growing demand.

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Space Coast Regional Airport
FAA Designation: TIX
Space Coast Regional Airport is located on the border of Titusville and Cocoa, Florida. The longest of its two runways extends 7,320 feet and accommodates corporate and commercial jets loaded and fueled for cross-country flights. Space Coast Regional Airport has a number of projects under way which will prepare it to accommodate a full schedule of nonstop trans-continental jet charters.

Space Coast Regional Airport and adjacent Spaceport Commerce Park are located within Foreign Trade Zone 136. With road, rail and air transport on site, and only 15 minutes from the Port, this is a convenient hub for distribution of containerized freight.

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Daytona Beach International Airport

Daytona Beach International Airport is located approximately 75 miles north of Port Canaveral, and serves as a convenient alternative for visitors to the Port Canaveral area. The Airport is minutes from Daytona Beach and the Daytona International Speedway and one mile from Interstate Highways 4 and 95.

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