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CityCodeAirport Name
Augusta AUG     Augusta State
Bangor BGR Bangor Int'l
Bar Harbor BHB Hancock Cty Bar Harbor
Boston BOS Logan International
Burlington BTV Burlington Int'l
Hartford (Springfield) BDL Bradley Int'l
Hyannis HYA Barnstable Municipal
Lebanon (Hanover) LEB Lebanon Municipal
Manchester MHT Manchester Boston Reg'l
Marthas Vineyard MVY Martha's Vineyard
Nantucket ACK Nantucket Memorial
New Bedford EWB New Bedford Reg'l
New Haven HVN Tweed New Haven Reg'l
Portland PWM Portland Int'l Jetport
Presque Isle PQI Northern Maine Reg'l
Providence PVD T F Green State
Rockland RKD Knox County Regional
Rutland RUT Rutland State
Windsor Locks BDL Bradley International

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Albany ALB     Albany International
New York City NYC All New York City Airports
New York City JFK John F Kennedy Int'l
New York City LGA La Guardia
New York City HPN Westchester County
Newburgh SWF Stewart International


There are many airports in New England - throughout Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. However, not all New England airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

New England is a region of the United States located in the northeastern corner of the country. It includes the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Southern New England forms an integral part of the BosWash megalopolis, a conglomeration of urban centers that spans from Boston to Washington, D.C.

New England's geography is the result of retreating ice sheets that shaped the landscape thousands of years ago. The ice sheets left rolling hills and mountains, as well as a jagged coastline. The seacoast of the region, extending from New York to Maine, consists of lakes, hills, swamps, and sandy beaches, especially in Cape Cod. Further from the coast are mountain ranges and rocky hills, which extend through Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. These are a part of the Appalachian Mountains. Mount Washington, in New Hampshire's White Mountains, is the highest peak in New England and the windiest place on Earth. Major valleys in the region include the Connecticut River Valley and the Merrimack Valley.

Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, in the north of the region, have a humid continental short summer climate with cooler summers and long, cold winters. Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, in the south, have a humid continental long summer climate with hot summers and cold winters. Fall in New England is known for its bright and colorful foliage, and is an important tourist season. Springs are generally wet and cloudy.

Cape Cod, also a popular tourist attraction, is lined with sandy beaches and dotted with bed and breakfast tourist lodgings. The picturesque and rugged coast of Maine is best known for its beauty and for lobster. (airports)

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