Buffalo Niagara Airport Guide (BUF)
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Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) is located in Cheektowaga, New York and serves Buffalo, New York and Southern Ontario, Canada. The Buffalo Airport originally opened in 1926 and handles approximately 5.5 million passengers each year.
Transfer between Terminals
Buffalo-Niagara International Airport is a single terminal building that is accessible by foot.
Transport into Town
Bus: Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority provides service on routes 24B (Genesee), 27 (Erie County Home), 47 (Youngs Road), 68 (George Urban Express) and 204 (Airport-Downtown Express).
Buffalo-Niagara International Airport has one airline-operated lounge in the airport. US Airways operates a US Airways Club near Gate 6.
Southwest Airlines is the busiest airline carrier at Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, handling 32% of BUF’s outbound flights. Delta Airlines is second, with 21% of outbound flights. JetBlue ranks third with 17%, followed by United Airlines at 14%.
Free wireless internet is available throughout the airport. Buffalo-Niagara International Airport is home to approximately ten different eateries and even a barber shop on the upper level of the airport.
Reserved Covered Parking is located on Level 1 of the Daily/Hourly Garage and costs $3 a day. The Daily/Hourly Parking Garage costs $4 an hour and $23 a day. Preferred Parking Lot is within walking distance of the airport and costs $12 a day and $72 a week. The Long-Term Parking Lot is serviced by a free shuttle service and costs $10 a day and $50 a week. The Economy Parking Lot is serviced by a free shuttle service and costs $9 a day and $45 a week.
Cheap Flights to Buffalo Niagara
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