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Key West International Airport (EYW)

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About Key West International Airport (EYW)

3491 S Roosevelt Blvd, Key West, FL 33040

Key West International Airport in FL is a medium sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of Key West, Marathon, Key Colony Beach, and Layton

Private charter flights from Key West International Airport

There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of Key West International Airport in Florida available to be chartered starting from $2,007 per trip. Select a private jet, turboprop, single or multi-engine aircraft and a destination to explore per seat and total flight costs.

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About Key West International Airport

Key West International Airport (EYW) is a medium-sized airport located in the city of Key West, Florida, approximately two miles east of the city’s main commercial center.

The airport is owned and operated by Monroe County and serves commercial airlines like American Airlines, Delta Airlines, and JetBlue. It also serves private flights to the surrounding cities of Key Colony Beach, Key West, Layton, and Marathon.

Parking

Parking fees at Key West International Airport (EYW) start at $6 for one to two hours with daily rates set at $15 per day and weekly rates of $84.

There is a short-term parking lot on the west side of the main terminal while the long-term parking lot is located on the east side.

For more information on parking, visit their website at eyw.com/public-parking or call them at 305 809 5200.

Things to do

The surrounding area of Key West International Airport (EYW) provides multiple opportunities for exploration.

Fort East Martello Museum
A mere three minutes away from the airport is Fort East Martello Museum. Here, guests can marvel at the collection of Civil War relics, Robert the Doll (a local Key West legend), and the cigar manufacturing and wrecking industries that shaped the area.

Southernmost Point of the Continental US
The southernmost point of the Continental US is marked by an anchored and concrete buoy 18 feet above sea level. The large painted buoy is one of the most photographed and visited attractions in the country.

Stand Up Paddleboard
Stand Up Paddleboard or SUP lets you explore the surrounding marine ecosystem by paddling through the magical mangrove forest nearby.

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