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2015

American Airlines Adds 2 New Flights to Chicago

Kelly Fredericks, President and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation, (RIAC), announced today that American Airlines will begin daily service between TF Green International Airport (PVD) and Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) beginning April 5, 2016. The two daily flights will be aboard CRJ-700 regional jets with 63 seats — nine in first class …

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GREEN AIRPORT VOTED THIRD BEST IN CONDE NAST TRAVELER 2015 READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS

The 28th Annual Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice survey has recognized T. F. Green (Green) Airport (PVD)  as  the 3rd best in the United States citing its convenience and location as the Gateway to Southern New England. Green follows number one and two ranked:  Indianapolis and Portland, Oregon and is the top rated airport in New England. Green moved up the list …

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Cape Air Service to Block Island, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket

Cape Air begins seasonal service between Green Airport (PVD) and Block Island (BID), Martha’s Vineyard (MVY) and Nantucket (ACK) on Friday, June 12th.   Cape Air will operate three round trip flights to Block Island on weekdays and four round trip flights to Block Island on the weekends.  There will be two daily round trip flights …

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TACV – CABO VERDE AIRLINES SERVICE LANDS AT RHODE ISLAND’S T.F. GREEN AIRPORT

Today, TACV – Cabo Verde Airlines (TACV), began service from its new North American base – T.F. Green Airport (PVD) in Rhode Island. TACV is the official airline of Cabo Verde and offers twice weekly flights on Tuesdays and Thursday aboard 757 (210 seat) aircraft to the city of Praia on the island of Santiago.  …

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Obstruction Removal Project Underway

In order to protect the airspace near and around T.F. Green Airport as required by the FAA, the current obstruction removal project will clear the runway approach areas and other surfaces in order to facilitate safe aircraft landing and takeoff operations.  This project is currently in progress within the Main Ave. / Winslow Park area.