Train Transfers To and From Bradley International Airport
Other Transfer Options
Bradley International Airport Train Transfers
When arriving at Bradley International Airport please remember to collect all personal belongings and luggage from the baggage claim area before proceeding to the choice of your transfer.
Trains at Bradley International Airport
Sometimes travelers fly into an airport with the intention of continuing their travels through another means of transportation. Often this means of transportation is a rental car, and other times it is by train.
While there is no train station directly at Bradley-Hartford International Airport, BDL, there are several train stations within a short transfer.
The nearest train stations are located in Windsor Locks and Windsor, just three miles from the airport, and there is also a train station in Hartford.
Both Windsor and Windsor Locks Railroad Stations service the Hartford Line that runs between New Haven on the southern Connecticut Coast and Springfield, Massachusetts just north of Bradley Airport as well as Amtrak which connects the area with the rest of the U.S.
The Railroad station in Hartford is also serving both the Hartford Line and Amtrak and also CTFastrak.
New Haven Union Station also connects the area with Shore Line East, and New Haven Line that operates between New Haven and New York City.
The Hartford Line and Amtrak have a system in place where one company’s ticket is valid on the other company’s train line between Springfield; MA and New Haven, CT, with the exception of Amtrak’s Vermonter trains 54, 55, 56 and 57.
To transfer from the airport to Windsor Locks or Windsor Railroad stations CTTransit Route 24 is a good option during weekdays, while during weekends the CTTransit 30-Bradley Flyer bus to Hartford is the only public way of transferring to a train station.
Another option is to take a taxi from the airport which only takes around 10 minutes to Windsor or Windsor Locks, and will cost less than $20.