Florida “The Sunshine State” has a wide-ranging network of 140 airports, including 20 airports providing scheduled passenger service and general aviation services, 109 public-use airports and 11 private-use landing fields. Florida is renowned for its excellent flying weather, which varies from humid sub-tropical in the north to semi-tropical in the south. The Gulf Stream moderates the temperatures from between 65 and 95 degrees year round. Notable Florida airports include Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) whose predecessor, Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale, was the home base of Flight 19, the five TBM Avenger torpedo bombers that disappeared on December 5, 1945, losing all 14 airmen on board, and gave rise to the notoriety of the “Bermuda Triangle”.
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Florida Quick Info
Largest city: Jacksonville
65,755 sq mi (170,304 km2)
24° 27′ N to 31° 00′ N
80° 02′ W to 87° 38′ W
21,299,325 (2018 est.)
Peninsula and “Big Bend” region: Eastern: UTC −5/−4
Panhandle west of the Apalachicola River: Central: UTC −6/−5