Tallahassee Regional TLH Airport Overview

Tallahassee Regional Airport TLH is a small airport in the Florida Panhandle and accounts for a third of air passenger travel in the Northwest Florida Region - which includes Tallahassee and 32 counties in Florida, & parts of Georgia & Alabama. It borders on the large Apalachicola National Forest in Northwest Florida and supports commercial airlines, corporate aviation, commuter and charter services and a wide variety of other private aviation activities.

TLH Airport is seven miles southwest of the central business district of the city of Tallahassee, in Leon County, accessible by both Interstate Hwy. 10 and SR 90, via the Capital Circle Southwest entry/exit road. 

With two runways and an estimated 700k passengers a year, Tallahassee Regional Airport is served by some major airlines offering nonstop service to major U.S. hubs with convenient connections.

It is strongly suggested that you arrive at the Airport no later than 90 mins prior to scheduled departure - particlularly in the early morning and late afternoon.

The passenger terminal at Tallahassee Regional Airport - with 14 airline gates - has undergone considerable renovation and offers a business center with workstations & computer modems; AirCade offers a variety of arcades, video games & pool table. The terminal has also a news & gift shop, a shoeshine stand, Smarte Cartes, food & drink  at pre- and post security, and a massage center. Rental car counters are in the baggage claim area.
Current airlines serving TLH Airport American tel. 800-433-7300; Delta tel. 800-221-1212;  Silver tel. 800--241-6522; & US Airways Express tel. 800-428-4322.

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