Florida keys transportation and getting around

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate Company

Florida Keys Transportation
Due to it’s location, the Keys can seem hard to get to and from. However, that’s the way most of the locals like it.
If there were 6 roads coming in here we’d be inundated. Whatever your form of transportation though, when you get here you’ll be glad you cameStatistics:
There is one major Highway in, US Highway 1

  • US 1

Driving distances throughout Florida from Key West


  • Key West International Airport, 3491 S Roosevelt, Key West.....305 296-5439
  • Cape Air.....305 293-0603
  • Delta, Reservations & Information.....800 221-1212   Key West-Atlanta
  • Cape Air.......800 352-0714   Key West-Ft Meyers-Naples-Ft Lauderdale
  • Continental Connection.....305 294-9460   800 523-3273
  • Florida Coastal Airlines.....305 296-9725
  • Marathon Airport, Marathon.....305 743-2155
  • Paradise Jet Support......305 743-4222


  • Conch Air Bi-Plane Rides.....305 289-5558
  • Coral Reef Air Tours.....305 747-2249
  • Paradise Air.....305 289-0007
  • Tropical Fighters.....305 743-4222
  • Sugarloaf Key
  • Fantasy Dan's Airplane Rides, US Hwy 1.....305 745-2217

Key West

  • Air Key West.....305 923-4033
  • Aviation Alternatives.....305 248-1100
  • Aviator Services Inc.....305 292-6402 (877) 700-7755
  • Cape Air, 3491 S Roosevelt Blvd.....305 293-0603
  • Island Aeroplane Tours, 3471 S Roosevelt Blvd.....305 294-8687
  • Seaplanes of Key West/Dry Tortugas Trips, 3471 S. Roosevelt Blvd
  • 305 294-0709   800 950-2FLY


  • Greyhound Lines
  • Makes numerous scheduled stops between Miami International Airport and the Keys, including Key Largo. 1-800-231-2222 or 305-296-9072.


  • The Key West Bight Ferry Terminal.
  • The Key West express
  • Travels between Ft. Myers Beach and Marco Island on Florida's Gulf coast. The trip takes approximately 3.5 hours.
  • For information go to http://www.keywestshuttle.com/

Cruise ships

  • Arrive daily from all over the USA-
  • Carnival, Celebrity, Costa, Holland America, Norwegian, and Royal Caribbean all visit Key West on cruises ranging in length from four to 14 days. Not only from Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and Tampa, but also from such distant ports as Houston and Galveston, Texas, and even Boston.

Wouldn’t it be nice to go on vacation and never go back. In the keys you can live the dream.



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Richard Perkins
Thanks for the post ! Good info
Oct 12, 2007 07:31 AM #1
Christine Bohn
RE/MAX Professionals - Gainesville, FL
The Bohn Team, Gainesville FL
Nice Post.  My husband & I used to be what you call "weekend warriors".  We had a small travel trailer in the Seabreeze Trailer Park (Ocean Side on Plantation Key).  I wonder if it is still there?  We were weekend lobster nuts.  There is only one thing we miss about living in Miami - out trailer in the keys for wonderful weekends!
Oct 12, 2007 08:24 AM #2
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