Flights to West Palm Beach
Glittering Greco-Roman and Mission Revival architecture, pastel colors, streets lined with swaying palms. The resorts of wealthy Palm Beach and the vibrant streets of West Palm Beach create a bustling metropolitan area that draws in visitors and residents alike from around South Florida.
A haven for wealthy vacationers, Palm Beach sits on an island just across the water from West Palm Beach on the mainland. Fly to Palm Beach and you’ll find the third-wealthiest American city, dripping with high-end dining, resorts and shopping. Find interesting art and culture too, plus pristine beaches.
West Palm Beach serves as Palm Beach’s hardworking cousin. Still vibrant and alive with art, theater, music and dance, there’s plenty to see here and it’s frequented by locals. Find craft breweries, festivals and a vibrant dining community with a wide array of international influences.
Not to be confused with the separate airports in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale, the smaller Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) sits closest to Palm Beach and West Palm Beach. It serves nearly 200 daily non-stop arrivals, and has been consistently received a Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Award for being the Fifth Best Domestic Airport in 2015. Most memorable, the airport offers a full-service salon and spa. Plus an 8-hole putting green that you can play for just $3.20 with a souvenir ball.
Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)
- Choose from a variety of car rental services location on the first level near baggage claim
- Taxis, passenger shuttles, limousines and shared-ride pick-up can all be booked or found at ground transportation on level one.
- On the first floor near baggage claim, find a dedicated area for hotel shuttles
- Find access to public Palm Tran buses, the Tri-Rail train that travels from West Palm Beach to Miami, and Amtrak access nearby