Officially known Theodore Francis Green State Airport, nowadays, is also called T.F. Green International Airport. It is a publicly owned entity by the State of Rhode Island and operated via Rhode Island Airport Corporation.
The T.F. airport is located in Warwick, Rhode Island, the U.S., approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) Southside of the capital city of Providence. The airport codes are IATA: PVD, FAA LID: PVD, ICAO: KPVD.
The airport serves the area of Providence and the FAA's New England Region under FAA System Plan. It was categorized as a small hub of primary commercial service by The Federal Aviation Administration's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (2017–21 years). The PVD is the most active and largest airport within the six operated airports by the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC).
The Capacity and Facilities of PVD
In 2015 T.F. GreenAirport reached its peak with over 5.7 million air travelers according to Annual passenger traffic.
Brief History of Theodore Francis Green State Airport
Theodore Francis Green State Airport was opened in 1931 and named after former Rhode Island longtime senator and governor Theodore Francis Green. In 1996, the airport was rebuilt and renovated the main terminal, which was named after the former governor of Rhode Island - Bruce Sundlun. During that period, PVD was the first state-owned airport in the USA.