Flying at Worcester Regional Airport Taking Off
The major airlines are back at Worcester Regional Airport.
JetBlue is back to daily flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport – JFK, and flights to Fort Lauderdale International Airport. Delta Airlines has resumed flights to LaGuardia Airport in NYC. American Airlines has resumed flights to Philadelphia.
Listen to Hank Stolz’s conversation with Andy Davis of Worcester Regional Airport/MassPort on the return of JetBlue, Delta and American to the airport.
Andy Davis has been the director of Worcester Regional Airport for over ten years.
ABOUT WORCESTER REGIONAL AIRPORT
Conveniently located in the heart of Central Massachusetts and owned/operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority, Worcester Regional Airport’s amenities include a $15.7 million passenger terminal and over $12 million worth of airside improvements such as lighting systems, navigational aids and a new control tower.
Worcester Regional Airport serves Worcester County, the second fastest growing county in Massachusetts, along with the Boston Metro West region and the bustling Interstate 495 corridor. Worcester Airport offers travelers comfort and accessibility and features four jetway gates, two ramp level gates, baggage carousels, a TSA installed passenger and baggage screening system and extensive general aviation services and amenities.