Tampa International Airport (IATA code TPA) is a main public airport serving the city of Tampa and the Hillsborough Country in Florida, United States. The airport is situated 11 km away from the business district of the city. Reknown for its interesting architecture with a central terminal with four airsides accessed by people movers, the airport is a main base for the Gulfstream International Airlines. It serves more than seventy destinations and offers international flights to Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom. It has three runways and handles more than 17 million passengers a year, but once the airport is renovated and expanded, it is expected to increase its capacity to 25 million passengers each year when a new terminal is to be added. Since the beginning of year 2011, the airport serves as an official entry and exit gate for passengers from and to Cuba on charter flights. Tampa International Airport could be reached by the Sarasota-Tampa Express bus lines, free shuttle bus to the newest mall at Tampa Bay area and by taxis. The airport facilities include a business center, meeting rooms and facilities, special facilities for the disabled passengers, a short-term parking zone and a long-term car park, as well as offices of many car rental companies. Onsite are also available ATM machines, a bank office, post office, wireless internet access, several restaurants and cafes, many shops including a duty-free zone, a chapel, play area for kids and a nursery room for babies.  

Latitude 27
Longitude 82
Full name Tampa
Alternative names Tampa International Airport
Address 4100 George J. Bean Parkway, Tampa, Florida 33607, United States
Phone (813) 870 8700
Website http://www.TampaAirport.com
Owner Hillsborough County Aviation Authority