Bradley International Airport (IATA: BDL, ICAO: KBDL) is both civil and military airfield in Windsor Locks, Hartford County, Connecticut. The Bradley airport is the second busiest airport of the New England and 54th busiest in the United States as it served about 6.4 million of passengers in 2017. The largest carriers operating through that airfield are Delta, JetBlue, American, and Southwest.
As the airport is also famous for its New England Air Museum, it was often called ‘Gateway to New England.' However, in 2016, the airport decided to establish the new slogan ‘Love The Journey'.
The overall area of the airport reaches about 984 hectares; the airport takes about ⅓ of the Windsor Locks. There are three asphalt runways 2.899 meters, 2.087 meters, and 1.301 meters long respectively.
The airport's complete record was reached in 2011 when the airfield has managed to serve 107.404 aircraft operation, that is about 294 per day, 52% of which were airline operations, 27% air taxi operations, 17% general aviation operations, and 3% military operations.