Thursday, January 20, 2011

What Cities, Airlines, Airports Fly To Branson?

Branson Airport
What Cities, Airlines, and Airports Fly To Branson?

(Located only a few miles from all of the attractions)

Branson, Missouri is one of the leading tourist destinations in the United States, but until a few years ago they didn't even have an airport. You either had to fly in to the Springfield airport (40 miles to the north), or you had to fly to the Harrison, Arkansas Airport (40 miles to the south of Branson).

The new Branson airport uses three different airlines.  They are :
  • Frontier airlines : Frontier offers non stop flights to Milwaukee and Denver.
  • Branson Air Express : Direct flights to Des-Moines Iowa, Chicago Illinois, Houston and Austin Texas Airports
  • AirTran Airways : AirTran Airways lands at the Branson Airport from over 70 destinations, with more and more cities being added.  The current cities (subject to change), include :
  1. Atlanta, Georgia
  2. Akron, Canton Ohio
  3. Allentown, Pennsylvania
  4. Aruba, Aruba
  5. Asheville, North Carolina
  6. Atlanta, Georgia
  7. Atlantic City, New Jersey
  8. Baltimore / Washington, Maryland
  9. Bermuda, Bermuda
  10. Bloomington / Normal, Illinois
  11. Boston, Massachusetts
  12. Branson, Missouri
  13. Cancun, Mexico
  14. Charleston, West Virginia
  15. Charlotte, North Carolina
  16. Chicago, Illinois
  17. Cleveland, Ohio
  18. Columbus, Ohio
  19. Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas
  20. Dayton, Ohio
  21. Denver, Colorado
  22. Des Moines, Iowa
  23. Detroit, Michigan
  24. Flint, Michigan
  25. Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  26. Fort Meyers, Florida
  27. Grand Rapids, Michigan
  28. Gulfport, Biloxi Mississippi
  29. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  30. Houston / Hobby, Texas
  31. Hunstville, Alabama
  32. Indianapolis, Indiana
  33. Jacksonville, Florida
  34. Kansas City, Missouri
  35. Key West, Florida
  36. Knoxville, Tennessee
  37. Las Vegas, Nevada
  38. Lexington, Kentucky
  39. Los Angeles, California
  40. Memphis, Tennessee
  41. Miami, Florida
  42. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  43. Minneapolis / St. Paul, Minnesota
  44. Moline / Quad Cities, Illinois
  45. Montego Bay, Jamaica
  46. Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas 
  47. New Orleans, Louisiana
  48. New York, New York
  49. Newport News, Virginia
  50. Norfolk, Virginia
  51. Omaha, Nebraska
  52. Orlando, Florida
  53. Pensacola / Gulf Coast, Florida
  54. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  55. Phoenix, Arizona
  56. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  57. Portland, Maine
  58. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
  59. Raleigh / Durham, North Carolina
  60. Richmond, Virginia
  61. Rochester, New York
  62. San Antonio, Texas
  63. San Diego, California
  64. San Francisco, California
  65. San Juan, Puerto Rico
  66. Sarasota / Brandenton, Florida
  67. Seattle / Tacoma, Washington
  68. St. Louis, Missouri
  69. Tampa, Florida
  70. Tunica, Mississippi
  71. Washington DC
  72. West Palm Beach, Florida
  73. White Plains, New York
  74. Wichita, Kansas
  75. Williamsburg, Virginia
Reserve a room at a Branson Hotel for cheap discounted rates! Now, with over 30 locations flying to and from the Branson Airport, travel options are plentiful. Many people choose to drive and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Ozarks, but it sure is hard to beat the luxury of hopping on a plane and landing in Branson in a fraction of the time.  While you are planning your trip to branson, you should consider having your hotel accommodations, car rentals, and show tickets planned in advance. With over 9 million tourists traveling to a town with a population of 7,000 people, it's easy to understand why an organized vacation is advised. Fly in to the Branson Airport and see what fuss is all about! Order discounted Branson show tickets online

Why do people vacation in Branson?
  • Over 100 Music Shows to choose from
  • Branson is called the live entertainment capital of the world
  • Best fishing in the Ozarks
  • 3 Outlet Malls
  • 13 Championship golf courses
  • Award winning Amusement Parks
  • Ozark Mountains scenery
  • Family oriented entertainment

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