Providence, Rhode Island Airport Parking – TF Green Airport Parking (PVD)
Named after the Rhode Island governor and senator, Theodore F. Green State Airport was the first state-owned airport in the United States.
Located six miles south of Providence, RI, the airport has a long history of growth beginning in 1931. To train their new cadets, the Army Air Force took control of the airport during World War II. During the 1960's, the airport began to expand by adding new runways and terminals launching it to the very prominent North and South concourses we see today.