Increase in passenger volume expected at Bradley International Airport with school spring breaks


With school spring breaks getting underway in Connecticut, the Connecticut Airport Authority is expecting an increase in passenger volume at Bradley International Airport.

The increase is expected to last from April 3rd through April 14th.

“We encourage our passengers to give themselves extra time and to be prepared while traveling through Bradley International Airport during this busy travel period,” explained Executive Director of the Connecticut Airport Authority Kevin Dillon.

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Passengers should confirm their flights with their airlines and familiarize themselves with Bradley International Airport prior to departure.

They should also review TSA guidelines before heading to the airport.

For more about Bradley International Airport, click here.

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