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CityCodeAirport Name
Daytona Beach DAB       DBIA Daytona Beach Int'l
Ft Lauderdale FLL Ft Lauderdale/Hollywood Int'l
Ft Myers FMY All Ft Myers Airports
Ft Myers RSW Southwest Florida Int'l
Ft Walton Beach VPS Okaloosa Regional
Gainesville GNV Gainesville Regional
Jacksonville JAX Jacksonville Int'l
Key West EYW Key West International
Melbourne MLB Melbourne International
Miami MIA Miami International
Naples APF Naples Municipal
Orlando ORL All Orlando FL Airports
Orlando MCO Orlando International
Orlando-Sanford SFB Orlando Sanford Int'l
Palm Beach PBI PBIA Palm Beach Int'l
Panama City PFN Panama City Bay County Int'l
Pensacola PNS Pensacola Regional
Sarasota (Bradenton) SRQ Sarasota-Bradenton Int'l
Tallahassee TLH Tallahassee Regional
Tampa TPA Tampa International
Valparaiso VPS Okaloosa Regional
West Palm Beach PBI PBIA Palm Beach Int'l

Atlanta ATL Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta Int'l
Brunswick (St Simons) BQK Brunswick Golden Isles
Dothan DHN Dothan Regional
Gulfport-Biloxi GPT Gulfport-Biloxi Reg'l
Mobile MOB Mobile Regional
Valdosta VLD Valdosta Regional

There are many airports in Florida. However, not all Florida airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Florida is a U.S. state located in the southeastern United States. It was named by Juan Ponce de Leon, who landed on the coast on April 2, 1513, during Pascua Florida (Spanish for "Flowery Easter," referring to the Easter season).

Florida's economy relies heavily on tourism. About 60 million visitors visit the state every year. Warm weather and hundreds of miles of beach attract vacationers from around the world. The Walt Disney World Resort, a mega-resort consisting of four theme parks, more than twenty hotels, water parks, shopping centers, and other attractions, is an important tourist attraction located in Lake Buena Vista. Together, Walt Disney World, and other theme park resorts such as Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld, are an important driver of the Central Florida economy.

Other major industries include citrus fruit and juice production, banking, and phosphate mining within the Bone Valley region. With the arrival of the space program at Kennedy Space Center in the 1960s, Florida has developed a sizeable aerospace industry.

Florida is situated mostly on a large peninsula between the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Straits of Florida. Contrary to popular belief, however, Florida is not entirely "flat." Some places, such as Clearwater, feature vistas that rise 50 to 100 feet (1530 m) above the water. Much of the interior of Florida, typically 25 miles (40 km) or more away from the coastline, features rolling hills with elevations ranging from 100 to 250 feet (3076 m) in many locations.

Florida's nickname is the "Sunshine State," but severe weather is a common occurrence in the state. Central Florida is known as the lightning capital of the United States, as it experiences more lightning strikes than anywhere else in the country. Florida has the highest average precipitation of any state, in large part because afternoon thunderstorms are common in most of the state from late spring until early autumn. (airports)

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