T. F. Green Airport (sometimes called T. F. Green International Airport) (IATA: PVD, ICAO: KPVD, FAA LID: PVD),
also known as Theodore Francis Green State Airport and Providence International Airport is located in Warwick,
six miles (10 km) south of Providence, in Kent County, Rhode Island, USA. Completely rebuilt in 1996, it was the first
state-owned airport in the United States.
Providence International Airport is a popular alternative to Boston, Massachusetts' often busy Logan International Airport,
as delays and wait time are minimal.
There are two terminals with two concourses, North and South. The South Concourse has eight gates, and the North
Concourse has 14 gates. Gate 8 is designed for international arrivals for use by Air Canada and SATA International
flights; it is directly connected to customs, which is on the lower level of the concourse. The terminal contains
a number of stores and restaurants, and a central food court.