Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)
West Palm Beach, FL, United States
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Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is a public airport located three miles (3.2 km) southwest of the central business district of West Palm Beach, Florida. The airport is owned and operated by the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners. PBI is the busiest airport in the Palm Beaches and the second busiest in Florida, after Orlando International Airport. The airport served more than 7 million passengers in 2018.
PBI opened on January 11, 1936, as Palm Beach Municipal Airport, with the first flight being American Airlines Flight 611 from Newark, New Jersey. The airport was renamed Palm Beach International Airport in 1988.
Palm Beach International Airport has three terminals (A, B, and C). Terminal A, the oldest terminal, opened in 1968 and was renovated in 1999. It houses American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, and United Airlines. Terminal B opened in 1974 and was renovated in 2007. It is home to Allegiant Air, Southwest Airlines, and Spirit Airlines. Terminal C, the newest terminal, opened in 2009 and is used by Frontier Airlines and Silver Airways.
Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) offers a variety of amenities and services, including free Wi-Fi, charging stations, a children’s play area, and an animal relief area. The airport also has a variety of shops and restaurants, including Duty-Free Americas, Hudson Booksellers, and Starbucks.Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) photo by D Ramey Logan, CC BY-SA 4.0
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