The displayed fares were last found on: Fri | 21 June 11:49 PM(EST) . Fares are round trip.
The table lists flights to PVD. Fares are non-warranted and subject to change. Fares are inclusive of base fare, fuel surcharges, airline/airport taxes and our service fee.
T. F. Green International Airport is a state-owned airport and is officially called Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport. This is a public international airport in Warwick, Rhode Island, United States, six miles (9.7 km) south of the state’s capital and largest city of Providence. The airport became functional in 1931. It has been named to honor Theodore Francis Green, a former Rhode Island governor. The airport is a focus city for Norwegian Air International.
Buses operated by Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA), and Peter Pan Bus Lines provide essential connectivity to the passengers departing from or arriving at the airport. Shuttle services are offered by Knight’s Airport Limousine Service and Martha’s Vineyard Fast Ferry Shuttle. Alamo, enterprise, AVIS, Hertz, Thrifty, Budget and National operate their car rental services.
The airport’s terminal is named for Bruce Sundlun, former Rhode Island governor. It has two concourses with eight gates. Gates seven and eight are for international arrivals and are directly connected to the custom department, which is on the lower level of the concourse. Air Canada Express, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, and Delta Air Lines.
Airlines and Flights
Check airlines using the airport and destinations they serve with their TO and FROM flights.
Destination served (non-stop) – Toronto, Canada (seasonal)
Markets served (non-stop) – Cincinnati, Punta Gorda/Ft. Myers, and Savannah
Markets served (non-stop) – Charlotte, Chicago-O’Hare, Miami (seasonal), Philadelphia, and Washington-Reagan National
Delta Air Lines
Markets served (non-stop) – Atlanta and Detroit
Markets served (non-stop) – Charlotte (seasonal), Denver (seasonal), Ft. Myers (seasonal), Orlando, Raleigh-Durham (seasonal), and Tampa (seasonal)
Markets served (non-stop) – Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach (Eff. 2/14/19)
Markets served Cork, Dublin, and Shannon
Markets served (non-stop) – Baltimore, Chicago-Midway, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers (seasonal), Orlando, Tampa, Washington-Reagan National, and West Palm Beach (seasonal)
Markets served (non-stop) – Minneapolis.St. Paul and Nashville (Both Effective 4/8/19)
Markets served (non-stop) – Chicago (O’Hare), Newark, and Washington (Dulles)