Locations

You can book an Escape Pod at any of the following airports.
Greenville-Spartanburg
Rated as the best small airport of 2020, the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport serves more than 2.6 million passengers each year. The airport offers 100 non-stop flights from 5 different airlines each day.
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Oakland
Oakland International Airport has been serving the San Francisco Bay Area since the 1920s. With more than 50 destinations, you can fly across the US, Mexico, and the Azores from OAK.
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Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh International Airport is located just north of the city center. The airport services the greater Pittsburgh area in Pennsylvania. 
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Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky
Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport serves the Cincinnati tri-state area, with more than 50 destinations across North America and Europe.
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Ontario
Ontario International Airport is the Inland Empire’s aviation gateway to the rest of the United States and the world. Located in San Bernadino County, the airport is a hub for Amazon Air and UPS Airlines and serves more than 5 million passengers yearly.
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Northwest Arkansas
Opened in November 1998, Northwest Arkansas National Airport (also known as Bentonville Airport) offers an average of 50 flights a day to 23 destinations across the country. Servicing airlines at Northwest Arkansas airport include Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Breeze Airways, United Airlines and more.
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John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy International Airport, also known as JFK, is North America’s busiest international passenger gateway. The airport has a long history serving New York since 1948, reaching record levels of international traffic by 1954. Since then, the airport has gone through various upgrades and now operates with six terminals.
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Syracuse
Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR) was first opened to the public in Syracuse, New York, following the Second World War. With increasing traffic soon making it one of the busiest locations in Upstate New York, it became an international airport in 1970.
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Austin-Bergstrom
Serving the greater Austin metropolitan area in Texas, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport serves more than 6 million passengers annually.
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Seattle-Tacoma
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest, serving the greater Seattle area in Washington.
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Portland International Airport
Portland International airport is the largest airport in the U.S state of Oregon, and is located on the Oregon/Washington border. This airport is ideal if traveling from the surrounding area and is a joint civil-military airport.
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Jacksonville
Serving more than 7 million passengers in 2019, Jacksonville International Airport provides domestic and international flights for the Jacksonville Metropolitan area.
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