Memphis International Airport: Memphis International Airport (IATA: MEM, ICAO: KMEM, FAA LID: MEM) is a civil-military airport seven miles (11.2 km) southeast of downtown Memphis, in Shelby County, Tennessee. Memphis International Airport is home to the FedEx Express global hub, which processes many of the company's packages.[3] Nonstop FedEx destinations from Memphis include cities across the continental United States, Europe, Middle East, Asia and South America.


  • Allegiant Air
  • American Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Frontier            
  • GLO
  • OneJet
  • SeaPort
  • Southern Airways Express
  • Southwest Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Vacation Express

Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport: The Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport is proud to provide non-stop air service to six cities daily via three outstanding passenger carriers.


  • American Airline
  • Delta
  • United

Great River Road National Scenic Byway: The Mississippi Great River Road, a National Scenic Byway, is a historic journey along the Great River Road through Mississippi’s history. Often referred to as “Blues Alley,” Highway 61 takes you south from Memphis into the Mississippi Delta. Here, centuries of Mississippi River floods have created some of the world’s richest farmland. Fraught with history, the Great River Road gives you a chance to step into the past and get a taste of the glorious antebellum period in Mississippi

U.S. Highway 61- America's Blues Highway: U. S. Highway 61, known as the "blues highway," rivals Route 66 as the most famous road in American music lore. Dozens of blues artists have recorded songs about Highway 61, including Mississippians Sunnyland Slim, James “Son” Thomas, “Honeyboy” Edwards, Big Joe Williams, Joe McCoy, Charlie Musselwhite, Eddie Shaw, Johnny Young, Eddie Burns, and Mississippi Fred McDowell. The original route, now called Old Highway 61, was just west of here.

U.S. Highway 49- Crossroads: It was at the junction of US 49 and U.S. Route 61 that blues singer Robert Johnson is said to have sold his soul to the Devil. The highway is also the subject of songs by Big Joe Williams and Howlin' Wolf (Chester Arthur Burnett).

The Mississippi Delta also has several interstates that allow access with I-55 running north to south and I-20 running east to west.