| I was extremely impressed with Providence TF Green Airport. It is high up on the list of my favorite small airport and here’s a lowdown on it: The Terminal: It is all very straightforward, with everything well signposted and not complicated at all. Security is efficient and the multiple times we’ve gone through there wasn’t much line at all. After Security, there is a decent selection of Shops and Dining. The shops include the standard souvenir and news shops, plus a few interesting clothes and accessory shops. Food-wise there is a small but good variety of places to eat, ranging from a Dunkin Donuts to an Oyster Bar. The seating in the terminal is comfortable and regularly equipped with charging outlets. The Wi-Fi is nothing special, free for 30 minutes, but at least it’s there. Connections: Norwegian Air advertises the airport as Boston/Providence. While Providence isn’t too far from Boston it is still a good hour driving. The RIPTA bus service passes reasonably frequently and is a good way to get to downtown Providence. I recommend that or the Peter Pan Coach over the MBTA train as that passes infrequently and only works on weekdays. To get to Boston using Public transportation I would recommend taking the Coach as the train not only rarely passes but it takes forever as it stops at every station along the route. And there it is. A nice little airport, clean and with good amenities. The main problem is the lack of connections, especially late at night, which might make an uber the only option. I really recommend it though, even as a low-cost alternative to Boston.