There’s more good news about coming to Southwest Florida, and this one applies whether you’re a local or a visitor. It seems flying in and out of Southwest Florida International Airport is a high-flying experience.
First opened to the public about 30 years ago, Southwest Florida International Airport, also known as RSW, continues to meet the needs of countless travelers in and out of the Fort Myers area. Once conceived as an alternative to the existing local airfield of Page Field, RSW has now grown into the nation’s third largest airport when taking into account land size alone.
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Florida Weekly has a light and entertaining article about our gateway to the world, Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW). There is something uplifting about landing at RSW on a flight from up north. Shedding the jacket and long pants, opting for a pair of flip flops and digging through the[…]
Airport adjacent locations booming One of the hottest national trends in commercial real estate is development around airports. It used to seem that many airports were located way to far from downtown for any meaningful development beyond airport use. That perception is changing all across the country on a grand[…]
New SW Florida Airport dazzlesWow, I am writing today from the new Southwest Florida International Airport. When I booked this flight last month, I had no idea that I was going to be one of the first passengers to use the new airport. I literally had to do a double[…]