Airport Moline-Quad Cities, IL

Airport Moline-Quad Cities, IL

Moline airport, better known as Quad City International Airport, is the most important aviation hub in Island Rock County, located in the extreme north-west of the U.S. Federal State of Illinois. The Quad Cities are the towns surrounding the airport: East Moline, Moline and Rock Iceland in Ilinois and the two cities of Bettendorf and Davenport in the neighbouring State of Iowa, all on the Mississippi border.
  • URL: Official website
  • Time zone: GMT -6
  • Service telephone: +1 309 764-9621
  • Address: Quad City International Airport, 2200 69th Avenue, P.O.Box 9009, Moline, Illinois 61265, USA
  • Operating company: Metropolitan Airport Authority of Moline
  • Parking: Yes, paid short-and long-term parking, the first 30 minutes are free.
  • Directions by car: Interstate Highways I-74 or I-280 to the exits 5a or b or 18a and then follow the signs to the parking lots.
  • Stations: The nearest Amtrak station is located about 50 miles further east in Princeton.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.15%), Tuesday (12.64%), Wednesday (14.97%), Thursday (13.00%), Friday (14.31%), Saturday (15.81%), Sunday (15.13%)
  • Alternative spelling: Moline-Quad Cities-IL, Quad City International Airport, Молин (Иллинойс), Μολίν, モリーン- イリノイ州, 莫林- 伊利诺伊州

Most popular destinations from Moline-Quad Cities, IL (Flights per week )

Top airlines (percentage of departures and arrivals)

  1. United Airlines (153, 39,84 %)
  2. Delta Air Lines (112, 29,17 %)
  3. American Airlines (97, 25,26 %)
  4. other (5.73 %)

The airport is 3 miles south of Moline. Car drivers best take the Interstate Highway 280 or the Interstate Highway 74 to exit 5 a + b or 18a and then follow the signs to the parking lots.