Bradley International Airport Arrivals

All international arrival flights, except with the customs pre-clearance, are handled through the International Arrivals Building (IAB). The building is located to the west of the Terminal A.

The building was formerly used by the Northeast Airlines during 2007-2009 while serving flights from Bradley to Amsterdam. Nowadays, Delta Airlines is the only one operating from the International Arrivals Building.

The arrival flights are coming from Dublin to  Hartford County operated by Aer Lingus; from Montreal - Trudeau, Toronto - Pearson to Hartford County operated by Air Canada Express; from Charlotte, Chicago - O'Hare,  Philadelphia, Washington - National to Hartford County operated by American Eagle; from Atlanta, Detroit,  Minneapolis/St. Paul, Cancun to Hartford County operated by Delta Airlines; from Cincinnati, Cleveland,  Minneapolis/St. Paul, Raleigh/Durham, Detroit to Hartford County operated by Delta Connection; from Fort Lauderdale, Orlando,  San Juan, Tampa, Washington - National, West Palm Beach, Fort Myers to Hartford County operated by JetBlue Airways; from Baltimore, Chicago-Midway,  Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, St. Louis, Tampa, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, West Palm Beach to Hartford County operated by Southwest Airlines; from Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Fort Myers, Tampa to Hartford County operated by Spirit Airlines; from Chicago - O'Hare, Denver, Washington - Dulles, San Francisco to Hartford County operated by United Airlines; from Chicago - O'Hare, Washington - Dulles, Houston - Intercontinental to Hartford County operated by United Express.

After boarding, the one shall move to the Baggage Claim area where the bags and suitcases may be taken from the baggage carousels. The Baggage Claim building is located separately from the main terminal and offers direct access to the parking area. There are about 15 baggage carousels situated in the baggage claim building depending on the airline providing the flight.