Palm Beach County, through its Department of Airports, operates and maintains Palm Beach International Airport (PBI).
On October 23, 1988, a state-of-the-art terminal building was dedicated and exists as a truly superb example of a user-friendly, congestion-free, comfortable yet modern airport. We continue the tradition of offering convenience and comfort for over 30 years.
PBI has enjoyed many awards over the last 31 years! 2019 awards include being named the 8th Best Domestic Airport by Travel + Leisure Magazine, 8th Best Airport in The U.S. by Conde Nast Traveler's 2019 Reader' Choice Awards, and 5th Best Medium Airport in the 2019 J.D. Power North American Airport Satisfaction Survey. PBI celebrates being voted #1 across the U.S. for shortest overall wait times for our TSA Checkpoints.
PBI Travel Plaza is located at the Southwest corner of Florida Mango and Belvedere Road. The Travel Plaza features free wi-fi, arrival/departure screens, Dunkin' Donuts, 7-11, Mobile gas, car wash, electric car charging stations and cell phone waiting lot.
PBI offers a user friendly experience online at pbia.org, from desktop, tablet or phone with our recently redesigned responsive website.
PBI offers over 200 daily non-stop arrivals and departures to 34 destinations in the US, Canada and the Caribbean on 11 airlines. View our latest schedule here.
Palm Beach International Airport is conveniently located to serve the air trade area of Palm Beach County and the four surrounding counties. The airport is located 2.5 miles west of downtown West Palm Beach and just 3.5 miles west of Palm Beach. PBI is situated adjacent to I-95 and is easily accessible from anywhere in Palm Beach County. Boca Raton is approximately 20 miles south and Jupiter is only 15 miles north.
Palm Beach International Airport offers onsite parking with Economy Lot Courtesy Shuttles and competitive pricing.
The Customs and Immigration facility is capable of handling 300 passengers per hour and aircraft up to the size of B747-400.
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