What airport do you think is the lonliest? I think it is MOB-Mobile Regional Alabama. It has only a couple airlines, but it used to have lots. Delta Airlines 727's and MD-80's are frequent visitors. Delta and Airtran are the only jets that fly into this airport. USAIR is long gone from this airport. I remeber the days when I got to go inside their Fooker airplanes at this airport American is gone. I also got to go in their planes
for a look around also. Northwest Jets are gone, but the airlink is still here, and Continental Express flies here. Continental used to have 737 and even larger planes here to. American Eagle left the airport recently. The airport has 8 gates
some gates are abandoned. The airport is lonley because there are only a few flights here now. The airport just sits quiet most of the time, with an occasional Airtran DC-9 or Delta jet arriving or departing. Most of the airlines have flocked further east, to Pensacola Florida or west to Gulport/Biloxi Airport. It is a possibility that Airtran might leave this airport because Airtran flies into Gulfport, only 40 miles west. I think that this airport might only be left with Delta someday because the airlines are moving. Southwest was thinking about Mobile, but looks like they might choose Gulfport instead. What lonley airport have you been to?