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At 21 square miles, the entire UK overseas territory of Bermuda is smaller than some of the world’s larger airports. Located 560 miles east of Cape Hattaras, Bermuda depends on its airport (BDA/TXKF) for much of its contact with the outside world.
The airport can support aircraft of all sizes up to and including the A380. It is a NASA Space Shuttle launch-abort site that could be used during low- and mid-inclination launches. Facilities include both a passenger and a cargo terminal as well as an airport hangar constructed in 1995.
The first facility on the site now occupied by L.F. Wade International Airport was built between 1941 and 1943 as a joint US Army Air Forces (USAAF)/Royal Air Force (RAF) base named Kindley Field. At the end of World War II, the RAF left Bermuda. The field, by then hosting civil as well as military aircraft, was operated by the United States Air Force as Kindley Air Force Base until 1970, when it was transferred to the United States Navy. The Navy operated it as US Naval Air Station, Bermuda until 1995, when it was transferred to the Bermuda Government’s Ministry of Tourism and Transport. For more information please
Today, L.F. Wade International Airport offers service to fourteen destinations in Europe, Canada and the U.S., including travel hubs such as London, New York, Miami and Toronto. The airport is served by Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, United, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, AirTran, Westjet and US Airways.
"On-going improvements ensure that the facility and its equipment meet and where possible exceed international standards," said Airport General Manager Aaron Adderley, "and they ensure that L.F. Wade International Airport will continue to provide the best possible service to our passengers."
Information and request forms can be downloaded below for carriers wishing to land between the hours of 2300 and 0700 local time.
Unmanned Hours Advisory
After Hours Costs
Prior Permission Request Form (PPR)
Passports are required for all passengers (
) You may choose to check in for your flight via a check-in counter, self-service kiosk or the airline website (
) The peak hours at L.F. Wade International Airport are from 11:00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. daily (
) Bermuda's Department of Tourism offers many exciting vacation packages and opportunities in Bermuda throughout the year (
) Self-service kiosks automatically calculate customs duty in a number of different currencies and are accessible with any major credit or debit card (
) All passengers departing on flights from L.F. Wade International Airport must proceed through security screening(