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Modes of Transportation AIRPORTS Take off from Buffalo Niagara International Airport, with more than 120 flights daily, and Niagara Falls International Airport, with specialty carriers to places like Mexico and Florida. Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) With more than 100 nonstop flights daily as well as connecting service throughout the country and around the world, Buffalo Niagara International Airport is an easy-access airport. Its compact size and ample parking make flying comparatively stress-free compared to many cities. 4200 Genesee Street, Cheektowaga, NY 14225 716.630.6000 | 1.877.359.2642 | www.buffaloairport.com IA Niagara Falls International Airport (IAG) Niagara Falls International Airport specializes in destination vacations with specialized carriers, as well as some private business travel. Its location near the U.S./Canada border makes vacation carriers here popular with Canadians as well as Americans, and its small size and specialized use make it easy to get around and get out of town. St. Louis 2035 Niagara Falls Boulevard, Niagara Falls, NY 14304 716.297.4494 | www.niagarafallsairport.com MO © NIAGARA FALLS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Memphis DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM BUFFALO NIAGARA MS CANADA Minneapolis St. Paul Milwaukee Buffalo Detroit Boston Chicago Denver Indianapolis Kansas City Albuquerque Los Angeles San Diego St. Louis Tulsa Las Vegas Oklahoma City Phoenix Tucson Washington D.C. Louisville Raleigh Nashville Charlotte Memphis Atlanta Dallas Atlantic Ocean Austin Houston New Orleans MEXICO Orlando Gulf of Mexico Tampa Fort Myers 70 New York City Philadelphia Baltimore Average one way fare: $190 (Source: U.S. Department of Transportation Consumer Airfare Report – Q1 2015) Fort Lauderdale Miami