Planes, Trains & Automobiles... all are possible modes of transportation to visit Pompano Beach.
There are several major airports convenient to visiting Pompano Beach, FL. The closest airport is Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL) located approximately 8 miles south of Pompano Beach. You can fly nonstop from dozens of domestic and international destinations.
Whether flying from Baltimore or Boston, Canada or the Caribbean, Central or South America, even Europe - Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport is a top destination for low fare carriers which usually keeps airfare prices competitive.
For more information: Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Sometimes, flying into Palm International Airport (PBI) might be more convenient for some visitors. Palm Beach International Airport is located just 33 miles North of Pompano Beach and again, offers easy access to our area. Though not as heavily traveled as FLL - Palm Beach is a good option if Fort Lauderdale is not convenient for flights from your area.
For more information: Palm Beach International Airport
Miami International Airport would be the third option for flying to our area. Though located the farthest of the 3 major airports in our area - Miami International might be the best choice if arriving from an international destination.
For more information: Miami International Airport
The Pompano Beach Air Park is a general aviation facility located close to everything Pompano Beach has to offer. Facilities and services include: ramp services (aircraft fueling, tie-downs catering, etc.), flight training, aircraft rental, air taxi/charter, scenic rides, air ambulance, storage hangers, maintenance and avionics repairs.
The Tri-Rail Train, our regional commuter rail line links Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, Florida. If arriving at any of the 3 airports mentioned above (Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Palm Beach International and Miami International) this train will be a convenient connection to Pompano Beach. The 71-mile-long (114.1 km) system has 1 station in Pompano Beach and nearby stations at Cypress Creek in Fort Lauderdale and Deerfield Beach.
Amtrak has stations located in Deerfield Beach to the North and Fort Lauderdale to the South. Both are just miles from Pompano Beach.
No matter where you're driving from - Pompano Beach can be accessed via major highways. Interstate I-95 runs through the middle of Pompano Beach from North to South. There are 3 exits on the interstate - Copans Road, Sample Road and Atlantic Boulevard. Each of these streets are main east-west corridors for the city.
If coming from the west coast of Florida or the Midwest - I-75 would be the other main interstate. Traveling on I-75 in Florida follows the west coast. Once you reach the Naples area, I-75 turns east crossing the Everglades entering Broward County from the west. Once you reach the populated area in the western region of the county, you can travel to Pompano Beach via the Sawgrass Expressway (Highway 869) or continue east until you see signs for I-595 East. When I-595 crosses I-95 - head North to either Atlantic Boulevard, Copans road or Sample Road and continue to your destination.