T.F. Green Airport is located 10km (6 miles) south of Providence, in Rhode Island, USA. Established in 1931, the airport was named after Theodore Francis Green, Rhode Island’s former governor and senator. It was completely rebuilt in 1996 and in 2011 it handled almost four million passengers.
T.F. Green’s terminal comprises of two levels. Some areas are open to visitors while other areas, including some retail and dining venues, are limited to passengers only. Concessions are not plentiful, but they provide sufficient amusement for those waiting for flights.
T.F. Green Airport is a no-frills airport. Amenities are generally modern and clean, queues short and staff friendly and efficient. It’s difficult to find fault with this charming little airport.