Key West International Airport Map & Terminal Guide
Getting Around the Airport
Key West International Airport serves the southernmost area in the continental United States. In fact, the island of Key West - the last of the Florida Keys stretching into the Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico - is closer to Cuba at 90 miles than to Miami at 180 miles.
Key West is approximately four miles long and 2 miles wide, so the airport is close to all of the Key West attractions – white sand beaches, historic houses and a rambunctious nightlife.
With 6377,000 passengers in 2016, Key West is served by regular and seasonal airline flights.
Most flights to Key West are routed through Miami International Airport, but you can find some direct flights from major cities in Florida, the Bahamas and Atlanta.
The terminal building structure at the EYW airport has one main terminal building which houses all airport facilities.
The terminal houses a Departures Lounge next to which there is an Arrivals area. Rental car counters can be found outside. At the centre there are ticketing counters with a TSA security checkpoint nearby.
Inside the Departures lounge there is a Mamava Lactation Space. For passengers traveling with pets, there is a Pet Relief Area.
Food, Shops & Amenities
There are various shopping and dining options in the EYW airport. In the pre-secutiy area you will find Conch Flyer (Restaurant), Last Chance Gift Shop, and First Call Beach Bar. After security there is Last Call Beach Bar and Last Chance Gift Shop.
- Passengers are advised to arrive at least 2 hours before their scheduled departure time to account for TSA security wait times and any possible delays.
- To ensure a smooth check-in process, passengers should pack carry-on luggage in a suitable manner, have photo ID ready, and read all the airline guidelines properly prior to arriving at the airport.
- No unattended baggage will be allowed inside the terminal building. You must keep your bags with you at all times.