Fort Lauderdale Airport (FLL)

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Fort Lauderdale Airport (IATA: FLL, ICAO: KFLL), officially known as Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport, is the airport serving Fort Lauderdale and the cruise terminals at Port Everglades. The airport is located 3 miles (5 km) southwest of the city centre of Fort Lauderdale and 21 miles north of Miami.

Fort Lauderdale airport is categorized as a major hub airport that serves commercial traffic (by the US Federal Aviation Administration).

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The top ten busiest routes are domestic and international destinations, being the following ones: Atlanta, Bogotá, NY, Port-au-Prince, Nassau, Lima, Panamá City, Cancún, Santo Domingo and Newark.
In 2015 FLL airport handled 26,941,511 million passengers. In terms of passenger traffic, FLL airport is ranked as the 21st busiest airport in all the US and is ranked as well as one of the world’s 50 busiest airports.

Terminals 1, 2, 3, 4

Fort Lauderdale airport has 4 Terminals: T1, T2, T3, and T4.

The airport serves as a hub for Silver Airways, Spirit, IBC Airways and Tropic Ocean Airways.


Terminal 1

It is the new terminal (yellow) with 18 gates and two concourses, B and C. It has a United Club.


Terminal 2

Known as the Delta terminal (red) it has 9 gates and 1 Concourse D. It has a Sky Club (Delta).


Terminal 3

it has two concourses with a total of 20 gates.


Terminal 4

It is also known as the International Terminal. It has two concourses (G and H) with 11 gates. In the future it is planned to have 14 gates more.

Airlines by Terminal

- Terminal 1: Southwest, Alaska, Allegiant, Frontier, United, WestJet and Virgin America and Silver Airways.

- Terminal 2: Air Canada and Delta Airlines.

- Terminal 3: American Eagle, American, JetBlue, Azul, Norwegian, Bahamasair, Spirit (Departures) and Dynamic International.

- Terminal 4: Spirit, Avianca, Volaris, Air Transit, Caribbean, Copa, Cape Air, Spirit, SkyBahamas, Sunwing and TAME.  


Fort Lauderdale airport in numbers

- 4 terminals: 1, 2, 3 and 4

- 21st busiest airport in US

- One of the world’s 50 busiest airports worldwide

- More than 26M passengers during 2015

- More than 10 car rental agencies  


From FLL airport passengers have different options to get around:


- Bus: Broward County Route 1 links the airport with different places along Fort Lauderdale.


- Trail-Rail: Runs to different counties: Broward, Palm Beach and Dade as well as Miami.


- Taxi: various taxi companies provide service.


- Shuttles: there are shuttles that run between the four terminals as well as hotel shuttles that provide service to the hotels/motels located in the vicinities.


- Shared Rides: Go airport provides service. Uber and Lyft are authorized at FLL airport.


To get more information, visit the transportation online page

Facilities and Services

The airport is provided with lots of services as shops, restaurants, cafés and bars with national and international products. Other services at the airport are: free Wifi, Business Center, Parking, Medical Services, Assistance, etc.  


Car Rental

check here the different car rental agencies and options that do you have!!


Contact information

Address: 100 Terminal Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315, U.S. Phone: +1 954.359.1200 


Lost and found

The Department is located on Level 2, in the Rental Car Center. Closed during weekends and holidays.