Bradley International Airport handles much of the airfreight for Connecticut, using six carriers and four freight-handling companies. The airport also has two fixed base operators.
Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks is the state’s largest airport. Bradley offers flights to numerous destinations through many airline carriers.
CTrides offers an online, ride-matching services that connects commuters for carpool so workers can save on traveling costs and the wear and tear of their car.
Private and corporate planes make up the bulk of traffic at Connecticut’s five general aviation airports.
This interactive state map highlights the state’s many transportation resources, including airports, ferries, train stations, rest stations, deep-water ports, and park-and-ride lots. It also identifies construction areas that could cause traffic delays.
Find out about Connecticut’s river ferries, the state pier in New London, and port operations.
Connecticut travelers have access to three convenient rail lines. Shore Line East Line provides service between New London and New Haven. Metro-North offers many stops between New Haven and New York City. Amtrak also provides service to New York City and major cities throughout New England.