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New name and new routes considered for Bradley Airport

The facility was named for Lt. Eugene M. Bradley, who died in aircraft crash in August 1941 when the airport was a military base.

CT Airport Authority and Tweed New Haven explore partnership to drive...

The CAA runs Bradley International Airport and five state-owned general aviation airports.

Bradley Airport adding flights to North Carolina, Florida, Pennsylvania

Frontier Airlines will expand its Bradley footprint by adding nonstop routes to Raleigh-Durham International and Orlando International airports.

Frontier Airlines returning to Bradley International Airport

The airline, which ceased operating out of Bradley International Airport in 2011, will begin nonstop flights to Denver on March 28.

Bradley is third best airport in country, survey says

Survey respondents praised the airport's on-site parking, plentiful charging stations and an overall relaxed atmosphere, according to Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

Aer Lingus will continue Bradley Airport service for at least 4...

“As we grow our long-haul fleet, we look forward to continued success and ensuring even greater connectivity for the people of Connecticut,” said Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh.

BRBC hands out Impact Awards, outlines future at annual meeting

The 144th annual meeting of the BRBC comes at a significant time for the organization as President Mickey Herbert is leaving and no successor has yet been named.

CT tourism chief Randy Fiveash adds chairmanship of Discover New England...

Randy Fiveash will serve as the chairman of the board, which includes tourism directors from all six New England states, for the next two calendar years.

Aer Lingus begins service from Bradley Airport to Dublin

Fares start from $509 for travel between November 2016 and March 2017.