For Flights to Cape Coral .............. fly into Ft Myers to our lovely and conveniently located Southwest Florida International Airport, (RSW).
Then it's only about 30 minutes from baggage claim to the beach, doesn't that sound wonderful?!
The award winning facility opened in 2005 and is one of the top 50 airports in the country for passenger traffic.
If you are traveling to Florida, national and international airlines offer nonstop service to North America, the Caribbean, Canada, and Germany. Airlines offering flights to Cape Coral include: Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air Tran, American, Continental, Delta, and Frontier.
More airlines are JetBlue, Midwest, Southwest, Spirit, Sun Country, United, US Airways, USA 3000, and WestJet.
Major gateways from Southwest Florida International Airport are: Atlanta, Chicago, and New York.
The airport is located off of Exit 131 on I-75, off of Treeline Ave. Use the map and box below it to find locations and get directions:
Once you've booked your fights to Cape Coral and arrived at our lovely airport, you'll see that everything is convenient and easy to find, from the cell phone lot to rental cars, long-term and short-term parking and, of course, arrivals and departures.
I also love how easy it is to park my car at the airport
before a trip. The shuttle bus is right there waiting to take my bags as
I am parking and it's just a short ride to the terminal.
Short-Term Parking Rates:
Perfect for dropping off departures and picking up arrivals. Or, you can wait in the free cell-phone lot for arrivals.
Long-Term Parking Rates:
These rates are for parking your car while you are away. The above fees include fuel surcharges and taxes, car-to-door free shuttle, loading of baggage and some car care services such as tire inflation and jump starts. For parking longer than 60 days, call Standard Parking at (239)768-6296.
Off-Site Airport Parking Rates:
Executive Valet Parking now offers off-site airport parking. They have shuttles to and from the airport, valet services, luggage assistance, video surveillance, and car care services.
Add a $3 fuel surcharge and 6% tax to the above charges. You can purchase pre-paid discount vouchers, and look for sales on pre-paid daily parking discount cards.
Another idea is to ride in style and use a limo service to and from the airport.
Ron's Cape Coral Airport Transportation to SWFL International is the best of these services. Ron's picks up customers 24/7 in comfortable Lincoln Towncars.
It may even be less expensive than parking your car at the airport, especially for longer trips.
To get from the airport to Cape Coral travel time is about 35-40 minutes, depending on the traffic and where you live.
There are 3 concourses upstairs for arrivals and departures, with shops and restaurants throughout.
Some of the restaurants are: Starbucks, Chilis, Dunkin Donuts, Burger King, Sbarro, Nathans, Quiznos, and Maggie Moos.
Some of the shops: Brighton, PGA Tour Shop, CNBC News, Shell Factory, and more.
Baggage claim is downstairs ................. and across the street are rental cars and short-term parking.
Southwest Florida International Airport has a tropical look to it that is perfect for welcoming you to Florida.
So book those flights to Cape Coral and get yourself to Florida sunshine!
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