Tallahassee International Airport is a city-owned airport, located five miles southwest of downtown Tallahassee, in Leon County, Florida.
TLH airport is owned by the City of Tallahassee, and is one of the major airports in north Florida. It serves the state capital of Florida, and its surrounding areas.
TLH Airport Stats & Facts
- Despite its name, Tallahassee International Airport does not yet service any international destinations.
- TLH covers an area of 2,485 acres (1,006 ha), and has two runways.
- In the year ending March 31, 2019, the airport had 74,004 aircraft operations.
Airport Traveling Tips
- Travelers are advised to arrive at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure.
- Also, to save time, check with your airline as aach airline has different check-in requirements.
- To make your journey hassle-free, have your ID and boarding pass ready for inspection. This will help you and everyone else move through security faster!
- Before heading to the airport for a flight, please refer to the TLH Airport Map.
Passenger Pickup and Drop-off
- Passengers can be dropped-off and picked up from outside the terminal.
- Drivers waiting to pick up arriving passengers can wait in the designatedCell Phone Waiting Lot (free), until notified by call or text that they are ready to be picked up. They will be required to remain in their cars, while parked in the lot.
- For arriving flights: Arrival flight status provides the arrival times, gate information, delays, and time to land for Tallahassee Airport.
- For departing flights: Departing flight status lists scheduled vs actual departure, gate information, map tracking, and flight delays.
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The passenger terminal at Tallahassee Airport opens at 3:30 a.m. The terminal has two concourses - Concourse A & Concourse B.
Delta Air Lines utilizes Gates B1 and B3, American Airlines uses Gates A1, A3, and A5. Silver Airways utilizes Gate A4.
For more information, please refer to the TLH Terminal Map here.
Five airlines serve the Tallahassee Airport - United Express, Delta Connection, Silver Airways, American Eagle, and Delta Air Lines.
0-30 Minutes - Free
31-60 Minutes - $3
Each Additional 30 Minutes - $3
Daily Maximum - $13
0-30 Minutes - Free
31-60 Minutes - $2
Each Additional 30 Minutes - $2
Daily Maximum - $11
Weekly - 7th day is free when you park for seven days $66
There are several options for passengers to choose from when planning their trip from the Tallahassee Airport to the destination of their choice. From rental cars to limousines to taxis and more, passengers can choose according to their convenience.
Various rental car agencies are located in the main terminal, across from baggage claim in the airport including Alamo, Avis, Budget, National, Thrifty, and more.
Passengers can also use taxis to travel from TLH Airport. City Taxi Inc. and Tallahassee Yellow Cab are the providers for taxi services.
Public transportation is one of the economical options to travel from TLH Airport. Coach bus services providers include Astro Travel and Tours, Southern Coaches, Inc., and Champion Coach.
Amenities & Services
For visitors to have an amazing stay, Tallahassee Airport provides plenty of amenities and services including:
- Concessions and entertainment.
- Restaurants, bars, and cafes.
- Store, gift shops, and local souvenir shops.
- Business centers.
- Hospitality rooms.
Address: 3300 Capital Circle SW, Tallahassee, FL 32310, USA
Phone: (850) 891-7800
Tallahassee Airport: A Brief History Timeline
- On April 23, 1961, the airport began as Tallahassee Municipal Airport with a ceremony.
- In June 1961, less than two months after it opened, the airport was the site of Freedom Rider protests.
- The airport restaurant, Savarin, was designated "Whites Only" and closed rather than serve a racially-mixed group of clergy and activists.
- By the 1970s, the airport had scheduled flights on Eastern Airlines, Delta Air Lines, National Airlines and Southern Airways.
- By the 1980s the terminal was becoming obsolete, and the 6,100 foot runway was too short for the Boeing 757 and Boeing 767 coming into service.
- On December 3, 1989, the city opened the $33 million terminal.
- On February 20, 2000, the terminal was renamed the Ivan Munroe Terminal in honor of Tallahassee aviation pioneer Ivan Munroe.
- On June 26, 2015, Tallahassee Regional Airport was renamed Tallahassee International Airport.
- On June 29, 2015 the City of Tallahassee and the FAA announced the name change.
- On January 27, 2021, the airport was struck by an EF0 tornado, causing minor damage and temporary closure to assess the damage.