Florida has 4 major international airports – Orlando, Tampa Bay, Miami, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood – each handling a capacity of close to 15 million travellers in 2006. Secondary international airports include South West Florida, Palm Beach, and Jacksonville, these handling more than 5 million passengers in 2006. Regional airports include Pensacola, Sanford, and Sarasota-Bradenton, each processing just over 1 million passengers in 2006.
All major airlines that have long-haul flights, particularly British Airways and KLM, offer economy class travel for London to Florida flights. Southwest Airlines, the pioneer in low-cost travel, has budget fares for flights in and out of Florida; it also offers special cut-rate fares if you book the flights several days ahead. Other U.S. airlines with budget fares between Florida and other U.S. cities include JetBlue, Spirit Airlines, and AirTran.
Other carriers in the U.K. that offer economy class air travel to Florida destinations include Virgin Atlantic.