T. F. Green Airport

Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport is popularly known as T. F. Green Airport located at the 2000 Post Road Warwick, Rhode Island, US. The airport is one of the largest and active airports which is operated by the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC).
There are two concourses, North and South which is named for former Rhode Island governor Bruce Sundlun. These Concourses has eight gates and 14 gates respectively in the south and north. Also, there are two asphalt runways with the 5 runway certified for CAT III Instrument Landing. 
The T. F. Green Airport has the expansion in ground transportation as a rail service by MBTA Commuter Rail service which serves both the ways.