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Oakland' s Airports

 Airport 

Oakland International Airport(OAK) 

Oakland International Airport (IATA: OAK, ICAO: KOAK), also known as Metropolitan Oakland International Airport, is an airport located 4 miles (6 km) south of downtown Oakland in Alameda County, California. One of three international airports in the San Francisco Bay Area, airlines serving Oakland International provide service to numerous destinations in the United States, as well as Mexico. It has proven a popular alternative to San Francisco International, thanks largely to a heavy Southwest Airlines presence.

Oakland International is popular with low cost airlines and in recent years has been one of the nation's fastest growing airports. A $1.4 billion dollar expansion project currently underway is expected to be completed by 2009. The project includes the addition of five gates to Terminal 2, expected to be open in the fall of 2006. Following the completion of those gates, Terminal 1 will be renovated and expanded by seven gates.

Oakland International is a large general aviation airport

Four parking solutions:

Premier: Closest, most convenient parking @ OAK, located directly across from the terminals. Premier customers may use the Premier lanes at terminal security checkpoints - a huge time saver. Premier also features rapid exiting through exclusive, self-service gates to minimize waiting. Take advantage of Premier Ambassador service featuring:

  • Passes for Fast Security Checkpoint access
  • Free newspaper and water
  • Business travel services; outgoing faxes
  • Premier customers only

Hourly: Closest lot to the terminals for short-term and overnight parking. Closest proximity to the terminals, after the Premier Lot, and

Daily: Most convenient extended-stay parking. Easy walking distance to the terminals.

Economy: The best value at OAK for close-in, extended-stay parking. Most sections within walking distance of the terminals, and frequent shuttles are also provided.

Stay up-to-date on parking @ OAK. Register here to receive information including discounts, special offers and programs.

No waiting with "Credit Card In and Out"!
Just swipe your credit card at entry. It's that simple -- no ticket, no waiting. When exiting, just swipe the same credit card used at entry, and off you go!

At Your Service: Enjoy our complimentary, frequent shuttles between the Economy Lot and the terminals. Frequent shuttles speed travelers to the terminal much faster than off-airport parking shuttles.

Special Needs Customers
Convenient, close-in, extended-stay spaces are available for disabled customers with corresponding ID. Disabled-reserved spaces are located in the Hourly lot and are available at the lower Daily Lot rate on a first-come, first-served basis. Disabled-reserved spaces are also available at the front sections of the Daily, Economy and Premier lots.

Park & Call
OAK offers a FREE Park & Call lot for meeters and greeters to connect to their passenger by cell phone. Drivers may wait for up to 30 minutes and must remain with their vehicles at all times. Passenger pick-up is permitted at the first and second curbs. Exit Airport Drive at Cowen Parkway.

Getting to Park & Call
From Airport Drive
Take the second exit ramp for John Glenn Drive. Go straight at the stoplight and follow the signs to the Park & Call entrance, on your right near the Oakland Maintenance Center.

From Terminals
Follow the signs for Economy lot/Park & Call. Turn left under the Airport Drive overpass, then turn left on John Glenn Drive. The Park & Call entrance is on your right near the Oakland Maintenance Center.

 

 

Corsicana' s Airports

Airport

 

History:

Constructed in 1940 as a USAAF primary training field and operated as Air Activities of Texas, a civilian owned and managed facility. After training thousands of army pilots for WWII, the field closed in October 1944 and became a storage depot for a short time.

In 1946, the facility was turned over to the City of Corsicana and became the Municipal Airport. Buildings were used for veteran housing and later became the campus for Navarro Junior College. Many of the buildings were relocated to current Navarro College location.

The airport has seen many renovations over the years, and today serves local business concerns such as Collin St. Bakery, Russell Stover Candies, Guardian Industries, McCoy's and many other private and government agencies.

Closest Major Airport to Corsicana

Waco Regional Airport

Waco is located 90 miles north of Austin, the Texas state capital, and 90 miles south of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Waco Regional Airport is critical to air travel for this region, offering great convenience for travelers to and from Central Texas. Our passengers are able to avoid the stress of driving more than an hour to the airports located at DFW, Austin or Killeen, and the difficult, often expensive task of parking. Our airport offers free parking within a few short yards of the terminal.

Waco Regional Airport has taken great strides in improving the facility for our passengers. The terminal has been expanded to comfortably accommodate three separate passenger gates. In addition, two passenger boarding bridges have been constructed, and improvements to the runway, runway facilities, and the runway safety area are ongoing. These and other projects were funded through both the Airport Improvement Projects Fund, and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Waco is a city brimming with Texas history, economic opportunity, and a rich variety of cultural experiences. With three college facilities including Baylor University, Texas State Technical College, and McLennan Community College, Waco is also a seat of higher learning. The city boasts one of the most beautiful municipal parks in the nation, situated on the Brazos and Bosque Rivers, and at least 18 museums and attractions for visitors to explore.

Airline Schedules To & From

American Airlines

(800) 433-7300
(254) 752-5888
Lost Baggage: 1-800-535-5225
Waco Regional Airport - ACT
Dallas Fort Worth Airport - DFW

Hours: 4:45 am - 6:00 pm

American Airlines is the world's largest airline. American, American Eagle and the AmericanConnections® airlines serve 250 cities in over 40 countries with more than 3,900 daily flights. The combined network fleet numbers more than 1,000 aircraft.

 

Continental Airlines

(800) 532-3273
(254) 753-6556
Lost Luggage: (800) 532-3273
Lost & Found: (800) 335-2247
Waco Regional Airport - ACT
Bush-Inter-Continental Airport -IAH

All aircraft serving Waco Regional Airport arrive and depart from Houston Intercontinental Airport North Concourse Terminal A.

Directions

 

From South

  • I-35 to exit 335C (Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd), turn left at light.
  • Follow MLK until it changes to Steinbeck Bend (after crossing Lake Shore Dr.)
  • Follow Steinbeck Bend to Airport Drive, turn right and follow to Airport.

From North

  • I-35 to exit 339 (Lake Shore Drive), turn right.
  • Follow Lake Shore Drive and turn right on Steinbeck Bend.
  • Follow Steinbeck Bend to Airport Drive, turn right and follow to Airport.

From Baylor University

  • University Parks Drive to Franklin Ave., turn right. Go to MLK Drive, turn left.
  • Follow MLK until it changes to Steinbeck Bend (after crossing Lake Shore Dr.)
  • Follow Steinbeck Bend to Airport Drive, turn right and follow to Airport.

Denton' s Airports

Airport

Denton Enterprise Airport

The Denton Enterprise Airport provides DFW access and extraordinary business. Located within the city limits of the City of Denton, only four miles from the central business district and 15 minutes north of the Texas Motor Speedway, the Denton Enterprise Airport is strategically located and offers convenient access to major highways.

The City of Denton recognizes the importance of aviation in community planning and the impact of aviation development. With a comprehensive and realistic Master Plan, Denton Enterprise Airport will continue its role as both an economic asset and a source of pride for the community.

Aviation services provided at the Airport offer both business and recreational users excellent aeronautical support services.

  • 100 LL & Jet-A
  • Full Service Aeronautical Maintenance and Repairs
  • On-site Avionics
  • Hangars
  • Tie Downs
  • Flight Schools
  • Fixed Base Operators
  • Rental vehicles are on site and available through the FBOs.

For more information about the Denton Enterprise Airport as an air transportation center, please contact Airport staff at (940) 349-7736

Chico' s Airports

Airport

Chico Municipal Airport

The closest major airport to Chico, California is Chico Municipal Airport (CIC / KCIC). This airport is 6 miles from the center of Chico, CA.

 

Killeen' s Airports

Airport

Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport (GRK)

8101 S. Clear Creek Road,
Box C
Killeen TX 76549
(254) 501-6100
airport@killeentexas.gov

The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is centrally located in the heart of Texas, adjacent to Fort Hood (map). We offer direct, non-stop air access to Dallas / Fort Worth, Houston and Atlanta airports.

From these hub airports, passengers can fly to any destination in the world without changing airlines. City of Killeen Aviation Services offers a variety of services for the airline traveler and the General Aviation community; to include three scheduled airlines and ample parking.

 

The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport offers excellent commercial airline service with daily flights to and from Dallas / Fort Worth International (Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas), George Bush Intercontinental (Houston, Texas) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (Atlanta, Georgia) airports.

 

 

 

Sacramento' s Airports

Airport

Sacramento International Airport (SMF)

6900 Airport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95837 (916) 929.5411
air-market@saccounty.net

Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is your gateway to Northern California destinations and major cities across the U.S., and the world. Service is available from 13 major carriers and one commuter airline. Open 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

Quick Facts About SMF:

  • 12 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento
  • Seven on-airport auto rental companies:
    Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, and National
  • Sacramento International is conveniently serves Northern California including the six-county Sacramento region, Vacaville, Napa and Lake Tahoe
  • Parking available for over 16,000 cars
  • Two 8,600' parallel runways, both fully-instrumented for inclement weather operations
  • 26 gates
  • Frequent non-stops to:
    New York City, Newark, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Guadalajara, Honolulu, Houston, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Kansas City, and all major California cities. 

Disabled Services
Parking
Persons with disabilities whose vehicles have a disabled license plate or valid DMV placard may park in the designated spaces located in economy, hourly, and daily lots. Regular parking fees apply to everyone using these spaces. For assistance regarding parking lot access, call (916) 874-0681.

Mount Pleasant' s Airports

Airport

Mount Pleasant Regional Airport

Welcome to Mount Pleasant Regional Airport (OSA), located in Mount Pleasant, TX. Mount Pleasant Regional Airport, owned and operated by the city of Mount Pleasant, is a public-use general aviation airport in Titus County. The city relocated the facility to a new location fully supported by the surrounding community. The airport is beautifully maintained and continues to be a testament to economic development and community supported projects. In 2005 Mount Pleasant Regional Airport was voted the Airport of the Year by the Texas Department of Transportation.

Airport Information

The Mount Pleasant Regional Airport was officially opened on August 17, 2002. This new facility is located three miles south of beautiful downtown Mount Pleasant off U.S. 271 South on Mike Hall Parkway. The airport has both 100LL and Jet-A fuels. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Multi-Service and Phillips 66 credit cards. The 100LL pump is a 24-hour automated pump that can be accessed by use of MasterCard, Visa, Multi-Service, Discover, or American Express credit cards.

Runway 17/35 is 5000' x 75' with a full-length parallel taxiway and medium intensity pilot controlled lighting. PAPI Lights on both 17/35 runways. The airport longitude is N.33 05.7 and the latitude is W.094 57.6.

  • Unicom: 122.7
  • Lights: Preset to low intensity, Increase intensity CTAF. PAPI and REIL lights
  • Ft. Worth Center: 132.85, 132.02
  • Instrument Approach: GPS 17, GPS 35, VOR/DME
  • VOR/DME: Quitman VOR 114.0 50 degree radial, 24.2nm
  • AWOX III Weather Station: 119.775/903-575-4027
  • Ground Communication Outlet: 121.725
  • PC access is available in the Pilots Lounge to Weather and other services.
  • Pilots Lounge
  • Conference Room
  • After hours waiting area with restrooms and phone
  • Secure well-lighted ramp and fuel area

Contact Information

Mount Pleasant Regional Airport (OSA)
Elevation 363 ft.

Location: 501 Mike Hall Parkway
Mailing Address: 501 N. Madison Ave
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455

Phone: (903) 575-4020
Fax: (903) 575-4025
Email: airport@mpcity.org

Hours of Operation
7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
7 days a Week

Houston' s Airports

Airport

The Houston Airport System provides a safe and dynamic air services network that fosters economic vitality for the transportation industry and the greater Houston region.

 The Houston Airport System mission statement: We exist to connect people, businesses, cultures and economies of the world to Houston.

 To bring air service to Houston's population of more than four million, the Houston Airport System has three facilities; George Bush Intercontinental Airport, William P. Hobby Airport, and Ellington Airport. The three-airport system served over 49.9 million passengers in 2011, including over seven million international travelers.

 Together our airports form one of North America's largest public airport systems and position Houston as the international passenger and cargo gateway to the south central United States and a primary gateway to Latin America.

 In 1937, as Houston began its ascent to become the energy capital of the world, the city acquired the site of its first major airport, William P. Hobby Airport. As Houston continued to grow so did the Houston Airport System, by adding new airports - George Bush Intercontinental Airport/Houston in 1969, and Ellington Airport in 1984, and expanding and tailoring services to fulfill a wide range of customer needs.

Our airports have advanced and highly technical weather, navigational and landing aids to ensure safe and on-time flight operations in all weather conditions.

No customer is too big, or too small, for the Houston Airport System. Our airfields handle any type of aircraft, even those as large as the Antonov 225 on runways that extend up to 12,000 feet, and we will be able to accommodate any aircraft produced for commercial use far into the near future.

 

Landing on our airfields are F-16's, jumbo jets, home built aircraft, luxurious corporate jets, crop dusters and seemingly every model of airplane in between. Customers operating these aircraft vary from commercial passenger, air cargo and commuter carriers; corporate and general aviation; and the Armed Forces; to NASA and aerospace related businesses. Most importantly, all of our flying customers, regardless of the size of their fleets, have access to the same high quality, specialized aviation services found throughout the Houston Airport System.

 

It is uncommon to find such progressive corporate strategies as diversification, market specialization and personalized customer service inherent in the management of a publicly owned agency. But the City of Houston Department of Aviation, which operates and maintains the Houston Airport System, is an exception to the rule amongst the public sector, choosing to apply these private sector business philosophies as core values to managing publicly owned airports.

While the airports represent a significant contribution to Houston and the surrounding communities' economies, they do not burden the local tax base to pay for operations, maintenance or capital improvements. Rather the system accomplishes financial self-sufficiency by deriving income from fees, rentals, and other charges. Surpluses generated are reinvested into capital development and bond retirement.

 

Houston's three airports, George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), William P. Hobby (HOU) and Ellington Airport (EFD) contribute more than $27 billion to the regional economy.

Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)

With more than 700 daily departures and 40.1 million passengers that passed through its gates in 2011, Bush Intercontinental is the largest airport in Houston.

All five terminals are connected by an automated people-mover and underground train. WI-FI internet, retail stores, and more than 50 food and beverage outlets ensure a pleasant visit. Visitor information centers, a currency exchange booth, as well as ADA amenities are also available.

Airlines serving Bush Intercontinental Airport are AeroMexico, Air Canada, Air France, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Aiways, Singapore Airlines, TACA, United Airlines, US Airways, and VivaAerobus.


Transportation

In order to bridge the 20 miles between the airport and Downtown Houston, visitors have multiple transport options.

Airport Facts

  • 20 miles from Downtown Houston
  • Nonstop service to 116 domestic destinations
  • Nonstop or direct service to 70 international destinations
  • Houston is the largest hub for the newly merged United Airlines, measured by daily departing seats available.
  • More 700 daily departures
  • Ranked No. 3 in the country for most scheduled nonstop destinations
  • Ranked 8th in the U.S. for total passenger traffic
  • Ranked 8th in the U.S. for international passenger traffic
  • Ranked 18th in the world for total passenger traffic
  • 17 passenger airlines
  • With nearly 30 destinations in Mexico, IAH offers service to more Mexican destinations than any other US airport
  • 16 passenger airlines 
  • More than 11,000 acres 
  • More than 24,500 parking spaces 
  • New $440 million Terminal E and Federal Inspection Services (FIS) with 84 primary inspection booths that can process more than 4,500 passengers per hour
  • One of 20 airports in the nation to deploy a Global Entry kiosk that can turn an hour wait in the customs line into an average of 40 seconds.
  • Travel + Leisure ranked Houston for having America's Best Airports (2010).
  • Ranked No. 4 for customer satisfaction among large North American airports in a study by J.D. Power and Associates (2008)
  • Voted the No. 4 airport in the country by readers of Global Traveler magazine (2008).

 

William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)

 

Hobby Airport serves domestic destinations and has seen significant increases in passenger numbers over the past two years. With 9.84 million travelers in 2011, there is a good chance it will hit the record 10 million mark in 2012.

WI-FI internet, retail stores, and more than 12 food and beverage outlets ensure a pleasant visit. Visitor information centers as well as ADA amenities are also available.

Airlines serving Hobby Airport are AirTran Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Southwest Airlines.

Transportation

Hobby Airport is located about 11 miles south of Downtown and offers various transport options.

Airport Facts

  • 11 miles from Downtown Houston
  • One of Southwest Airlines' largest hubs
  • Nonstop service to more than 35 destinations throughout the U.S.
  • Ranked 40th in the U.S. for total passenger traffic
  • Ranked 150th in the world in total passenger traffic (out of 1336 ranked airports or in the top 11.2% range by total airport rankings) 
  • Acquired by the City of Houston in 1937
  • Rated among the top five performing airports in the world by Airports Council International (2009)
  • Ranked No. 2 for customer satisfaction among small North American airports in a study by J.D. Power and Associates (2008)

Dallas' s Airports

Airport

 

Dallas, Texas Love Field Airport

Dallas Love Field

Love Field Terminal Building
8008 Cedar Springs Road, LB 16
Dallas, TX 75235
214-670-LOVE (5683) phone
214-670-6051 fax
E-mail the Aviation Department
E-mail the Volunteer Coordinator

 

The City of Dallas owns and operates Dallas Love Field, one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world. The airfield is located seven miles northwest of the downtown central business district and is managed by the City's Department of Aviation.

Dallas Love Field provides the best that can be offered in a convenient, efficient airport, serving both commercial airline and corporate user needs. Located in the heart of Dallas, Cedar Springs at Mockingbird, the airfield is 20 minutes from the Downtown Convention Center, West End, Infomart, and the Dallas Market Center.

Love Field is self-supported through reasonable user fees and charges, with no cost to the taxpayer. Activities at Love Field generate funds that contribute to the local tax base. The airport serves another important function in the community as an essential employer and service provider to the businesses and citizens of Dallas.

Love Field is fully equipped with all of the necessary aeronautical lighting, airport marking and air navigation radio aids to ensure its accessibility to aircraft even under highly adverse weather conditions. Its long parallel runways are enhanced with state of the art visual approach lighting aids and four instrument landing systems. Love Field also has a crosswind runway. Other features include surveillance radar services, a windshear warning system and an FAA air traffic control tower that provides services 24 hours a day.

Seven full service fixed base operators (FBOs) at Love Field provide general aviation users with a wide variety of services including fuel, maintenance, hangar rentals, and charters. FBOs at Love Field are well equipped to handle executive needs providing first class amenities such as meeting rooms, car rentals, limousine service and restaurants. Love Field is served by Southwest Airlines, Continental Express and American Airlines/American Eagle.

Love Field serves as the front door to Dallas for seven million passengers a year providing a vital link in the economy of the City of Dallas, the region and the nation.

Mission Statement

It is our mission to provide a safe, efficient and user-friendly airport system by being responsive to customer and community concerns while continuously improving services to both commercial and general aviation operators.

We accomplish our mission through the concerted efforts of the following divisions:

The Environmental Affairs Division continually addresses environmental issues associated with operating the airport system by ensuring: 1) compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations; 2) that appropriate control measures are taken to minimize and/or mitigate any adverse impact on the environment; and 3) a commitment to address the environmental issues while protecting the integrity of the surrounding communities.

The Finance and Administration Division is responsible for the finance, budget and human resource functions of the Aviation Department. This includes developing and administering the departmental budgets, ensuring prompt payments to service providers and suppliers, collecting revenues, and providing a skilled workforce.

The Airport Operations Division includes four sub-divisions, each with specific functions or areas of responsibility: Operations Division, Field Maintenance Division, Building Maintenance Division, and the Custodial Division. Together, these divisions oversee the daily activities at the airport to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements and perform all of the functions necessary to maintain a clean, safe, secure, and efficient environment for the traveling public, aircraft operators, airport tenants and Department of Aviation employees.

The Property Management Division enhances the department's real estate assets by seeking new commercial development and redevelopment of aviation use properties; work with existing and potential aviation tenants to meet customer/user demands in real estate related transactions; ensure quality customer care and highest and best use of Aviation Department controlled facilities; ensure compliance with lease obligations and identify potential departmental needs relative to all real estate related issues.

Rock Hill' s Airports

Airport

 

Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Charlotte Douglas received the prestigious Eagle Award in 2010 from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for “Best Airport.” It is considered the most distinguished of awards in the aviation industry. CLT was recognized for its quality service and economical value to airline customers.

CLT's Mission:
We will serve as an economic engine of the Carolinas, facilitating the movement of people and goods, creating jobs and enterprise and sustaining a higher quality of life.


CLT's Vision:
We will be the preferred airport and airline hub by providing the highest quality product for the lowest possible cost.

 


The Airport is operated financially on a fully self-sustaining basis – no general fund revenues have ever been or are appropriated to the cost of the facilities or operations. Rather, Airport revenues defray all capital and operating costs including the cost of City furnished services. Airport revenue types include the airfield, terminal area, concessions, parking and the cargo area. This gives the Airport its annual operating budget.

 

 

Castro Valley' s Airports

Airport

 

Oakland International Airport

The nearest major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK). This airport has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 9 miles from the center of Castro Valley, CA

 

San Francisco International Airport

Another major airport is San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO), which has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 28 miles from Castro Valley, CA.

 

Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport

Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC) has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 32 miles from Castro Valley, CA.

 

 

Channelview' s Airports

Airport

 

George Bush Intercontinental Airport

George Bush Intercontinental Airport
2800 North Terminal Road
Houston, Texas 77032
281-230-3100
713-641-7722 (TDD)

Departures Information

Getting To the Airport Parking (Short and Long Term)

Food, Shopping & Servic

Arrivals Information

Getting From the Airport

Parking (Short and Long Term)

Food, Shopping & Servic

Houston Airport System

The Houston Airport System provides a safe and dynamic air services network that fosters economic vitality for the transportation industry and the greater Houston region.

The Houston Airport System has a mission of helping to ensure that its employment, services, and facilities are accessible to the public, customers, and travelers.

To bring air service to Houston's population of more than 5.5 million, the Houston Airport System has three facilities; George Bush Intercontinental Airport, William P. Hobby Airport, and Ellington Airport. The three-airport system served more than 48.5 million passengers in 2009, including more than 7.8 million international travelers.

Together our airports form one of North America's largest public airport systems and position Houston as the international passenger and cargo gateway to the south central United States and a primary gateway to Latin America.

In 1937, as Houston began its ascent to become the energy capital of the world, the city acquired the site of its first major airport, William P. Hobby Airport. As Houston continued to grow so did the Houston Airport System, by adding new airports - George Bush Intercontinental Airport/Houston in 1969, and Ellington Airport in 1984, and expanding and tailoring services to fulfill a wide range of customer needs.

Our airports have advanced and highly technical weather, navigational and landing aids to ensure safe and on-time flight operations in all weather conditions.

No customer is too big, or too small, for the Houston Airport System. Our airfields handle any type of aircraft, even those as large as the Antonov 225 on runways that extend up to 12,000 feet, and we will be able to accommodate any aircraft produced for commercial use far into the foreseeable future.

   

Landing on our airfields are jumbo jets, home built aircraft, luxurious corporate jets, crop dusters and seemingly every model of airplane in between. Customers operating these aircraft vary from commercial passenger, air cargo and commuter carriers; corporate and general aviation; and the Armed Forces; to NASA and aerospace related businesses. Most importantly all of our flying customers, regardless of the size of their fleets, have access to the same high quality, specialized aviation services found throughout the Houston Airport System.

    It is uncommon to find such progressive corporate strategies as diversification, market specialization and personalized customer service inherent in the management of a publicly owned agency. But the City of Houston Department of Aviation, which operates and maintains the Houston Airport System, is an exception to the rule amongst the public sector, choosing to apply these private sector business philosophies as core values to managing publicly owned airports.

While the airports represent a significant contribution to Houston and the surrounding communities' economies, they do not burden the local tax base to pay for operations, maintenance or capital improvements. Rather the system accomplishes financial self-sufficiency by deriving income from fees, rentals, and other charges. Surpluses generated are reinvested into capital development and bond retirement. At the same time according to a 2003 economic impact study these airports support over 151,000 regional jobs and contribute over $24 billion to the local economy.


The Houston Airport System has a mission of helping to ensure that its employment, services, and facilities are accessible to the public, customers, and travelers. J. Goodwille Pierre coordinates compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. Section 2000d) and the Environmental Justice component of Title VI. Information concerning these provisions and information regarding accessibl ilty services are available by contacting: J. Goodwille Pierre, Houston Airport System - Title VI Compliance Officer, 18600 Lee Road, Suite 131, Humble, Texas 77338, (281) 230-8010

You can obtain publications produced by the Houston Airport System in an alternate format by calling
281-233-1840 or TDD 281-233-1862

Airline Information

George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) is presently served by 17 scheduled passenger airlines in addition to numerous passenger charter airlines also operate through the airport.

In 2009, more than 40 million passengers were served by Houston's largest airport. This convenient passenger gateway is the largest hub for Continental Airlines as well as numerous other carriers that offer more than 176 domestic and international destinations through nonstop flights from IAH.

An expanding portfolio of air routes and destinations promise to keep Bush Intercontinental Airport as the South Central United States' air transportation gateway to the world.

   


The airlines operate out of the airport's five modern and accessible terminal buildings (A, B, C, D and E).

International Travelers : Please note that all international arrivals are processed through the Federal Inspection Services (FIS) Building at Terminal E .

For more information about the carriers, their service and schedule out of Bush Intercontinental, use the information below to call the individual airline or link directly to their website.

ATTENTION: STARTING NOV. 18 ALL FRONTIER FLIGHTS WILL OPERATE AT HOBBY AIRPORT

Terminals & Amenities

George Bush Intercontinental Airport was built to meet today's needs and to accept tomorrow's challenge. The airport is continuously expanding to accommodate the increasing needs of both passengers and airlines which serve the facility.

A "City within a City," the airport's physical size and growth contribute immeasurably to the community's economic growth and provide the traveler with one of the finest and most convenient, modern facilities in the world today.
Terminal Maps
Bush Intercontinental Airport consists of five passenger
   

terminals (A, B, C, D, and E). Terminal E also includes the Federal Inspection Services (FIS) offices. The map below shows the layout of the terminals. Click on a terminal below to view a terminal map with locations of specific gates, tenants, and services.

 

Terminal Description

Visitors entering the passenger terminals from the street level are clearly oriented toward the moving baggage claim areas, rental car facilities, and other terminal amenities which are adjacent to auto-passenger pickup exits.

Limousine, taxi and public ground transportation services are available through one doorway, and private vehicle pickup through another.

Visitor/airport information is provided at the staffed Visitor Information Centers, located on the baggage claim level of Terminals A, B & C.

Upon reaching the second level, the traveler is in the center of the terminal facility. Airline ticket counters line- the terminal walls, while gift shops, food courts and lounge facilities complement the remaining departure level of the
   

terminals. The first and last view the traveler has is of the functional airline gate lounges which are designed to extend an atmosphere of comfort and convenience to within a few steps of the aircraft itself.

Suited to the needs and convenience of today's traveler, combined with foresight to fulfill the operational demands of wide bodied jets, and designed for expansion, George Bush Intercontinental Airport/Houston has taken its place as one of the most outstanding aviation facilities in the world.

The white airport telephones located throughout each terminal are for paging assistance. Visually or hearing impaired individuals may request additional information by calling 281/230-3000 or our TDD number, 281/230-3089

     

 

Facility Description

Passengers departing from Houston on international flights will use either Terminal D or Terminal E depending on the carrier they are flying.

  • » Terminal E - Continental Airlines international flights.
  • » Terminal D - all other international flights. For more information on Terminal D airlines go to our airlines page.

Passengers traveling into Houston on international flights will arrive at gates in either Terminal D or Terminal E. They will disembark and make their way through secure corridors and across the sky bridges to the adjoining Federal Inspection Services (FIS) . Here they will claim baggage and clear U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

For those passengers continuing on a domestic flight from Houston, there are recheck counters that will help speed them and their baggage on to their final destination. Airline locations can be found on our airlines page and our terminal layout .

For those passengers ending their journey in Houston, they can be met in the Meeter/Greeter Lobby located on the first floor of Terminal E. Ground transportation will be accessible from this location also.

Currency Exchange

Passengers can negotiate the currencies of 74 foreign countries between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. These hours include all scheduled international flights to and from Houston.

Parking

The airport has over 25,000 parking spaces and parking rates that are among the lowest anywhere in the country. In 2001, we added an additional 5,600 spaces with our new Terminal A/B Garage situated between terminals A and B. In 2005, with the addition of Terminal E a new garage with 2,500 more spaces was added. Terminal C covered parking is also available. All vehicles entering the A/B and Terminal C garages may be subject to search by security personnel

 

crescent city ' s Airports

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Del Norte County Regional Airport (IATA: CECICAO: KCECFAA LID: CEC), also known as Jack McNamara Field, is a public airport three miles northwest of Crescent City, in Del Norte County, California.[1] It is used for general aviation and has airline flights subsidized by the Essential Air Service program.

Federal Aviation Administration records say the airport had 12,541 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2008,[2] 11,490 in 2009 and 14,341 in 2010.[3] The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 categorized it as a primary commercial service airport

Fortuna' s Airports

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 Rohnerville Airport(ICAO: KFOTFAA LID: FOT) is a public airport located 3 miles (4.8 km) southeast of Fortuna in Humboldt County, California. It is owned by the County of Humboldt.[1]

Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Rohnerville Airport is assigned FOT by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA

 

Harker Heights' s Airports

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Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport

8101 S. Clear Creek Road,
Box C
Killeen TX 76549
Map
(254) 501-6100
airport@killeentexas.go

The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is centrally located in the heart of Texas, adjacent to Fort Hood (map). We offer direct, non-stop air access to Dallas / Fort Worth, Houston and Atlanta airports.

From these hub airports, passengers can fly to any destination in the world without changing airlines. City of Killeen Aviation Services offers a variety of services for the airline traveler and the General Aviation community; to include three scheduled airlines and ample parking.

The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport offers excellent commercial airline service with daily flights to and from Dallas / Fort Worth International (Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas), George Bush Intercontinental (Houston, Texas) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (Atlanta, Georgia) airports.

 

Inside the terminal we offer food service, a gift shop and car rental agencies. Ground transportation is available to numerous lodging and dining facilities located just minutes away in Killeen, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove, and other surrounding communities..

Centrally located along the Interstate 35 corridor, the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is only an hour drive from Austin, and less than three hours from Dallas and San Antonio. It is also close to the Killeen Mall and other Shopping areas. Our Corporate Aviation FBO offers a full range of services for the corporate aviation community.

 

Lemoore ' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Visalia Municipal Airport (VIS / KVIS). This airport has domestic flights from Visalia, California and is 24 miles from the center of Lemoore, CA.

Another major airport is Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT / KFAT), which has international and domestic flights from Fresno, California and is 37 miles from Lemoore, CA.

 

 

Berkeley' s Airports

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Milpitas' s Airports

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The nearest major airport is Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC). This airport has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 7 miles from the center of Milpitas, CA.

Another major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK), which has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 30 miles from Milpitas, CA.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO) has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 34 miles from Milpitas, CA.

Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK / KSCK) has domestic flights from Stockton, California and is 63 miles from Milpitas, CA.

 

Montezuma' s Airports

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Monterey' s Airports

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MONTEREY REGIONAL AIRPORT

CONTACT INFORMATION

Monterey Regional Airport 
200 Fred Kane Drive #200 
Monterey, CA 93940 

Terminal Hours:

Opens 4:00 AM until arrival of last flight, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

ABOUT MONTEREY REGIONAL AIRPORT

The District

The Monterey Peninsula Airport District was created in 1941 and is not incorporated into the city or the county, nor is it a public utility. Since its creation the Airport has evolved to continually meet the needs of its users. In doing this, the airport, has seen such dignitaries as Pope John Paul II, John F. Kennedy, and many other stars and celebrities. It has distinguished itself as an outstanding contributor to the local community and the National Transportation Plan. Monterey Airport remains dedicated to providing a solid platform for its local community and the nation as a whole.

The Airport District includes portions of Monterey, Pacific Grove, Del Monte Forest, Pebble Beach, Carmel-by-the-Sea, greater Carmel, Del Rey Oaks, Seaside, Sand City, the Monterey-Salinas Highway to Laureles Grade, and the west end of Carmel Valley.

The Airport

Monterey Airport (MRY) a 498 acre is a "Non-Hub" airport. Five airlines serve Monterey. Alaska Airlines, American, Allegiant, United Airlines and US Airways.

MRY has two parallel runways, a Federal Air Traffic Control Tower and a precision instrument approach to runway 28L and 10R. The Monterey Airport has based aircraft, 211 hangars and tiedowns, and 55 business tenants. The primary instrument runway (IFR) is 7,616 in length. The smaller general aviation runway is 3,500 in length.

 

 

Pearland' s Airports

Airport

 

PEARLAND REGIONAL AIRPORT

 

17622 Airfield Ln
Pearland, TX 77581
Phone: (281) 482-7551
Email

 

Open Daily
8:00am to 5:00pm

Pearland Regional Airport (ICAOKLVJFAA LIDLVJ) is a public-usegeneral aviation airport located in unincorporated Brazoria CountyTexas,United States south of the city limits of Pearland and 17 miles (27 km) south of the central business district of Houston. The airport and FBO is managed by Texas Aviation Partners, LLC. It was formerly known as Clover Field.

Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for theFAA and IATA, Pearland Regional Airport is assigned LVJ by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA.

 

Cloverdale' s Airports

Airport

Cloverdale Municipal Airport

220 airport road, cloverdale, CA 95425, United States

  1. Phone: +1 707-894-2150

Location
Located at the northern end of the Alexander Valley in Sonoma County, the Cloverdale Municipal Airport (O60 – oscar six zero) serves as a general aviation hub for the area. While other airports in the area are fogged in, Runway 32/14 at Cloverdale is usually the first to clear in the morning.

Facilities

The Cloverdale Municipal Airport is owned and operated by the City of Cloverdale. In 2008, the City adopted the Airport Master Plan which identifies improvements needed to serve the growing population. The airport recently underwent an approximately one million dollar upgrade to the runway surface, electrical and paint striping. Runway end identifier strobes (REIL’s) were installed on both ends, with more projects in the planning stage. Runway 32/14 is lit and is 2,906 feet long, asphalt. PAPI on 32. CTAF 122.80.

 

Cloverdale Municipal Airport is home to Quality Sport Planes and NorCal Skydiving. If you are a new or existing business looking to locate at the airport, city-owned hangar space is currently available. Companies interested in occupying a hangar for business purposes should review the Airport Hangar License Agreement. Interested businesses may submit a City Hangar Waiting List Application or contact NorCal Skydiving for additional information. 

Cloverdale Municipal Airport (FAA LIDO60) is a public airport located three miles (4.8 km) southeast of Cloverdale, serving Sonoma County,CaliforniaUSA. The airport is mostly used for general aviation.[1] There are additional activities on the airport: Skydiving, ultralight and experimental activities; it is home to Quality Sport Planes, the western representative forZenith Aircraft Company since 2005

Sulphur ' s Airports

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Santa Cruz' s Airports

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Bonny Doon Village Airport

 

Address: 8647 Empire Grade, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, United States

Phone:+1 831-459-8577

 

 

Fort Valley, ' s Airports

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marshall' s Airports

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Harrison County Airport

Address: 2100 Warren Dr, Marshall, TX 75672, United States

Phone:+1 903-938-3908
 
Harrison County Airport (KASL) is a county-owned public-use airport. It is located three nautical miles (6 km) southeast of the central business district of Marshall, Texas and covers an area of 480 acres at an elevation of 357 feet. It has two asphalt paved runways: 15/33 is 5,002 by 100 feet and 2/20 is 3,299 by 60 feet.  Most of the activity stems from flight training and corporate activity. The airport facilitates business and tourist access to surrounding communities. Medical air evacuation operations are low in number, but the airport provides fuel services, has ramp space for ambulance access, and strives to meet the needs of medical crews for this increasingly important service.
 

 

Temecula' s Airports

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Billy Joe Airport

Address: Temecula, CA 92592, United States

Phone:+1 714-676-0031

 

Wichita Falls' s Airports

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Wichita Falls Municipal Airport

4000 Armstrong Dr
Sheppard Air Force Base/Wichita Falls Municipal Airport (SPS)
Wichita Falls, TX 76305
940-855-3621

 

Wichita Falls Municipal Airport (IATA: SPSICAO: KSPSFAA LID: SPS) is a public and military use airport located 5 nautical miles (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) north of the central business district of Wichita Falls, a city in Wichita County, Texas, United States.The airport is joint use in that its runways and taxiways are shared with Sheppard Air Force Base. It is mostly used for military aviation due to the air force base located on site, but is also served by American Eagle with service to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a primary commercial service airport. As per Federal Aviation Administration records, the airport had 47,191 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2008, 43,952 enplanements in 2009, and 44,296 in 2010.

Municipal Airport

The Wichita Falls Municipal Airport is a joint Military/Civilian Airport utilizing the runways and taxiways of Sheppard Air Force Base. The airport is served by one regional airline, American Eagle, with service to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

Hours of Operation

5:00 AM to 10:00 PM, 7 days a week

Landmark Aviation

Landmark Aviation serves as the FBO at Wichita Falls Municipal Airport for hangar, parking, and fueling purposes of general aviation and corporate aircraft.

For more information about Landmark Aviation - Wichita Falls, TX click here or call (940) 855-5460.

For current fuel prices at Landmark Aviation Wichita Falls click here.

Aero Maintenance

Aero Maintenance is a full service aircraft maintenance facility located on Wichita Falls Municipal Airport that caters to general aviation aircraft, as well as corporate aircraft. For more information or a service request, please call (940) 855-5561

 

 

Kickapoo Downtown Airport

4515JacksboroHighway
WichitaFalls,TX76302
Phone: (940) 766-1735

Fax: (940) 766-3248

Toll Free:(800)671-2992

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Kickapoo Airport

Kickapoo Airport serves the general aviation needs of Wichita Falls and North Texas. Approximately 80 aircraft including small jets and helicopters are housed and maintained at Kickapoo on a permanent basis. The airport is minutes away from downtown businesses, area restaurants and shopping.

The area surrounding Sheppard Air Force Base and Kickapoo Airport is host to a great variety of aviation activities. Numerous airline, other civil aviation and military training flights take place at the Air Force base, Kickapoo Airport and the surrounding area. The Flight Safety Office at Sheppard Air Force Base publishes a very informative booklet about flying in and around North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. Please take a few minutes to read through this guide, "Share The Air". It offers valuable advice on sharing the air in Texoma.

Services

  • Aircraft Towing
  • Full Service Fueling (100LL and Jet A)
  • Aircraft Rental
  • Catering
  • Courtesy Cars
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pilot's Lounge and Flight Planning Room
  • FAA Testing Center
  • Designated Pilot Examiner
  • Mechanic Shop on Site
  • Pilot Supplies
  • See Airnav for Current Fuel Pricing and Other Info

Runway 17-35

  • Length: 4,450ft x 75ft
  • Concrete S-30

Frequencies

  • Unicom: 122.7
  • Arinc: 130.65
  • AWOS: 119.625

Learn to Fly at Kickapoo Airport

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Hayward' s Airports

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Hayward Executive Airport (HWD)

Address: 20301 Skywest Dr, Hayward, CA 94541, United States

Phone:+1 510-293-8678

Located in the Heart of the Bay, Hayward Executive Airport (HWD) serves the transportation needs of local businesses and residents, and it is a convenient gateway for visitors arriving by general aviation aircraft. 

A former WWII fighter base, the airport is situated on 543 acres with two parallel runways of 5,694 and 3,107 feet each. Over 450 aircraft are based at the airport from single-engine airplanes to sophisticated corporate jets. Aviation products and services are provided by 40 support companies. 

The airport is owned and operated by the City of Hayward. In addition to promoting aviation and commerce, we are dedicated to working cooperatively with residents in surrounding communities. For instance, noise abatement procedures are in effect and aircraft noise is closely monitored. We also hold an annual open house, conduct airport tours, and make presentations to school and civic groups upon request. 

Hayward Executive Airport is financially self-sufficient and provides 300 jobs and over $300 million in annual economic benefits. Community services such as emergency medical and law enforcement flights are regularly conducted from the airport. 

For more detailed information about the airport we invite you to use the tab links above, or feel free to contact the City of Hayward Airport Administration Office during regular business hours.

 

 

Emeryville' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK). This airport has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 12 miles from the center of Emeryville, CA.

Another major airport is San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO), which has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 21 miles from Emeryville, CA.

 

San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport (SFO), a department of the City and County of San Francisco, is a transparent organization dedicated to serving our local community as well as the millions of travelers who pass through our doors each year. We welcome public interest in the way we do business.

Economic Impact Study

A study has been conducted on SFO's economic contribution to the San Francisco Bay Area. Read a PDF version or download the PowerPoint presentation. 

Welcome to SFO

Need information about connections through SFO, airport maps, shopping, dining, and ground transportion? Download the Welcome to SFO brochure (PDF).  

Recent Awards

First Place - Creative Innovations – Technology for “The SFO Flight Deck” in T3, Boarding Area E — Airports Council International–North America (ACI-NA)
First Place - Websites (Traditional) for the re-launched flysfo.com — Airports Council International–North America (ACI-NA)
Peggy G. Hereford Award of Excellence in Marketing and Communications — Airports Council International–North America (ACI-NA)
Best in Class, flysfo Website — Interactive Media AwardsTM
3rd Place - Best Airport Worldwide (40 million to 50 million passengers) — SkyTrax

 

 

Stockbridge' s Airports

Airport

The closest major airport to Stockbridge, Georgia is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL / KATL). This airport is in Atlanta, Georgia and is 16 miles from the center of Stockbridge, GA. If you're looking for flights to ATL, check the airlines that fly to ATL.

Find some hotels near Stockbridge, GA, or scroll down for more international airports or domestic airports. You can also browse local airports if you're a pilot.

National City ' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is San Diego International Airport (SAN / KSAN). This airport has international and domestic flights from San Diego, California and is 8 miles from the center of National City, CA.

Another major airport is Tijuana International Airport (TIJ / MMTJ), which has international and domestic flights from Tijuana, Mexico and is 17 miles from National City, CA.

McClellan-Palomar Airport (CLD / KCRQ) has domestic flights from Carlsbad, California and is 39 miles from National City, CA.

Riverside ' s Airports

Airport

Riverside Municipal Airport
Address: 6951 Flight Rd, Riverside, CA 92504, United States
Phone:+1 951-351-6113
 
 
Riverside Airport has become the leading destination for corporate and business aviation in Southern California's Inland Empire.

This Region, separate and distinct from the greater Los Angeles area fifty miles to our west, is home to four million people and a $40 billion annual economy. And the most exciting part is that Riverside Airport is in the center of it all.

With complete landing and navigation systems for all-weather conditions, full conference and catering facilities as well as every level of pilot and aircraft services, this first-class destination is handling the rapidly growing business aviation demands of our region.

Unlike LA basin and coastal airports, Riverside has uncongested airspace, complete local political support, no noise mitigation problems and room for expansion.

Easily handling our 110,000 annual flight operations, this tower-controlled field provides immediate entry into the center of Southern California's most exciting region, or a convenient departure point for the Pacific Rim, Mexico, or any other business destination in North America.

Riverside Airport Administration

Airport Manager - Kim Ellis

The Airport Manager is charged by the General Services Department Director for administering and managing all facets of Airport operations, including personnel, budget, operations, maintenance, capital project development, safety and business development. The Airport Manager reports to the Director of General Services Department, Kris Martinez. (951) 351-6113. Fax (951) 359-3570.

Operations and Maintenance

The Administrative and Maintenance staff consists of five employees. Administration is staffed by an Administrative Analyst and a Sr. Office Specialist. The Maintenance Department is led by a Senior Airport Operations Specialist and two Airport Operations Specialists. (951) 351-6081.

 

Flabob Airport
Address: 4130 Mennes Ave, Riverside, CA 92509, United States
Phone:+1 951-683-2309
The Tom Wathen Center uses the fascination of flight to inspire the love of learning for successful careers and satisfying lives.  We include all people — especially youth, veterans, and the disadvantaged and challenged.  At our historic Flabob Airport, there is excitement in working with the head, hand, and heart side by side with pilots, craftsmen, and innovators in an authentic workplace.  We preserve and disseminate the history of aviation, and encourage and nourish the designers, builders, and innovators of tomorrow.
 

Kingsland' s Airports

Airport

 The closest major airport to Kingsland, Georgia is Jacksonville International Airport (JAX / KJAX). This airport is in Jacksonville, Florida and is 26 miles from the center of Kingsland, GA. If you're looking for international or domestic flights to JAX, check the airlines that fly to JAX.

Vacaville' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Sacramento International Airport (SMF / KSMF). This airport has international and domestic flights from Sacramento, California and is 38 miles from the center of Vacaville, CA.

Another major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK), which has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 58 miles from Vacaville, CA.

Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport (STS / KSTS) has domestic flights from Santa Rosa, California and is 72 miles from Vacaville, CA

Fremont' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC). This airport has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 16 miles from the center of Fremont, CA.

Another major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK), which has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 22 miles from Fremont, CA.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO) has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 32 miles from Fremont, CA.

Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK / KSCK) has domestic flights from Stockton, California and is 62 miles from Fremont, CA.

Vallejo' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK). This airport has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 35 miles from the center of Vallejo, CA.

Another major airport is San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO), which has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 43 miles from Vallejo, CA.

Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport (STS / KSTS) has domestic flights from Santa Rosa, California and is 50 miles from Vallejo, CA.

Dixon' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Sacramento International Airport (SMF / KSMF). This airport has international and domestic flights from Sacramento, California and is 28 miles from the center of Dixon, CA.

Another major airport is Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK / KSCK), which has domestic flights from Stockton, California and is 64 miles from Dixon, CA.

Maine Prairie Airport

Address: Dixon, CA 95620, United States

Phone:+1 916-678-2038

San Jose ' s Airports

Airport

San Jose International Airport

About SJC

Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport (SJC) is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the center of global technology innovation. The airport is close to Silicon Valley tech giants including Google, Apple Computer, Cisco, Intel, Adobe, eBay, and Hewlett Packard, and only two miles from downtown San Jose. SJC is a completely self-supporting enterprise owned and operated by the City of San José, Northern California's largest city and the 10th largest city in the U.S. (MORE SJC FACTS)

Please email your comments to Airport Customer Services. A customer service representative will respond to any inquiries within 72 hours. Additional information is available by calling (408) 392-3600.

For comments or issues related to Airport Parking, please submit your information here. Thank you. 

 

Mailing Address 
Norman Y. Mineta 
San Jose International Airport Administrative Offices 
1701 Airport Boulevard, Suite B-1130 
San Jose, CA 95110-1206 
Email: info@sjc.org

Pleasanton' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK). This airport has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 24 miles from the center of Pleasanton, CA.

Another major airport is Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC), which has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 25 miles from Pleasanton, CA.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO) has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 42 miles from Pleasanton, CA.

Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK / KSCK) has domestic flights from Stockton, California and is 44 miles from Pleasanton, CA.

Merced' s Airports

Airport

Merced Regional Airport

Address: 20 Macready Dr, Merced, CA 95341, United States

Phone:+1 209-385-6873

http://flymercedairport.com/

About the Airport
The Merced Regional Airport offers a short commute, free parking, simple check-in, no long lines and professional TSA baggage inspection services. Departing from here is easy! It’s a short commute, much faster than that long commute to San Francisco or Oakland airports and much easier than that grueling drive down to Orange County or Los Angeles. In addition to carrying the exceptional and reliable service of Great Lakes Airlines, our airport also offers facilities for general aviation aircraft, Avis and Enterprise car rental agencies, the Hangar Café, Gateway Air Center for private aircraft, offices for government agencies, great concessionaires, and corporate hangars.

Waiting Area: The waiting area has vending machines, restrooms and is located close to ground transportation for your convenience.

Free Parking! The airport offers an open lot with free parking that can be used for either short or long-term parking. Parking is available in front of the passenger terminal building. There is no charge for airport parking, either short-term or long-term. More about parking here.

Drop-Off and Pick-Up: Departing passengers and their baggage may be dropped off at the terminal entrance, and arriving passengers may be picked up in front of the terminal’s entrance. Drivers must remain with their vehicle and remove them immediately after a passenger is dropped off.

Airport Security: We take security very seriously at the Merced Regional Airport, and we encourage you to do the same. Although the relative size of our airport means that you can save a few extra minutes at your home or office, we still like to see you here approximately one hour before your flight so that our security staff has the necessary time to ensure that your brief stay at the airport and your flight are as safe as possible. For more information regarding security issues contact the Transportation Security Administration: www.tsa.gov

For Our Visitors: Whether you are visiting Merced for just a night or spending the weekend, for pleasure or for business, Merced is truly a unique city with lots to offer. Learn more at the California Welcome Center Merced.

Escondido' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is McClellan-Palomar Airport (CLD / KCRQ). This airport has domestic flights from Carlsbad, California and is 13 miles from the center of Escondido, CA.

Another major airport is San Diego International Airport (SAN / KSAN), which has international and domestic flights from San Diego, California and is 32 miles from Escondido, CA.

Tijuana International Airport (TIJ / MMTJ) has international and domestic flights from Tijuana, Mexico and is 49 miles from Escondido, CA.

 

Lake Dallas' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW / KDFW). This airport has international and domestic flights from Dallas, Texas and is 18 miles from the center of Lake Dallas, TX.

Another major airport is Dallas Love Field (DAL / KDAL), which has international and domestic flights from Dallas, Texas and is 27 miles from Lake Dallas, TX.

Find some hotels near Lake Dallas, TX, or scroll down for more international airports or domestic airports. You can also browse local airports if you're a pilot.

Lawrenceville' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL / KATL). This airport has flights from Atlanta, Georgia and is 41 miles from the center of Lawrenceville, GA.

Another major airport is Athens-Ben Epps Airport (AHN / KAHN), which has domestic flights from Athens, Georgia and is 44 miles from Lawrenceville, GA.

 

Local Airport

Gwinnett County Airport (IATA: LZUICAO: KLZUFAA LID: LZU) at Briscoe Field is a municipal airport located about two miles (3 km) northeast of Lawrenceville, Georgia, in the United States. It is owned and operated by the Gwinnett County, in the northeastern part of metro Atlanta.

It has a 6,000-foot (1,800 m) runway, and is 1,061 feet (323 m) above mean sea level (AMSL). Student training is conducted at the airport by several different flight schools, including ATP Flight School. Two fixed-base operators (FBOs), Landmark (north ramp) and Aircraft Specialists (south ramp), serve the field with facilities, passenger lounges, and fuel. Georgia Jet operates the largest air charter fleet in the Atlanta area from Briscoe Field, transporting passengers nationally and internationally, more than 10 million passenger miles per year. ImagineAir, an air taxi company, is based at the airport. Medway Air Ambulance and Critical Care Medflight operate medical transport services. Its Airport Minimum Standards for Operation were rewritten in 2006.

 

Ukiah' s Airports

Airport

The City of Ukiah owns and operates the Ukiah Regional Airport and has owned the facility since the 1930s. The airport is comprised of one 5,000 ft. runway and taxiway, 160 acres in size, and has 87 aircraft based on site.

The Airport provides a myriad of services beneficial to the local Community and a list of onsite businesses is also available here. From daily freight operations to emergency services such as fire suppression and medevac, and so much more, the airport is, in itself, an economic engine for the area.

In the past few years Airport staff in concert with the Airport Commission, have embarked on a program of improving the infrastructure of the airport due to age. We are improving pavement, repairing buildings, parking areas, adding security fencing, to name just a few projects. These improvements will keep the airport viable for many years to come.

It is the goal of Airport Staff to make and keep the Ukiah Regional Airport as an integral part of the community’s transportation system

The closest major airport to Ukiah, California is Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport (STS / KSTS). This airport is in Santa Rosa, California and is 56 miles from the center of Ukiah, CA. If you're looking for domestic flights to STS, check the airlines that fly to STS.

Temple' s Airports

Airport

Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport

7720-F Airport Road, Temple, TX 76501 | Ph: (254) 298-5770
Monday – Sunday | 5:00 am – 10:00 pm

Overview

The Airport is a safe, efficient aviation facility capable of meeting the business transportation needs of the region and supporting economic growth in Temple.  The Airport team provides professional service for the corporate, medical, military and general aviation pilot 7 days a week from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.  The Airport maintains approximately 298,000 square feet of facilities, 2 runways, 6 taxiways, 1 large aircraft parking apron and fuel farm consisting of three 12,000 gallon tanks on approximately 1,022 acres.

History

The Airport was originally a WWII training base.  After the War, the City named the Airport after the first two Temple young men killed during WWII…Miller Draughon and Raymond Miller.  The City is proud of our military history. 

 

Accomplishments 

 

  • Completed  $4 million 700' runway extension bringing our precision approach runway 15/33 to 7,000' in 2010
  • Received highest aviation fuel quality control inspection rating in Texas!
  • Received 1 of 27 Gold Awards in the nation for providing exceptional customer service, quality control, image and growth.
  • Completed $8 million Runway 02/20, taxiways and ramp reconstruction project 

 

 

Sunnyvale' s Airports

Airport

Major airports near Sunnyvale, California:

The nearest major airport is Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC). This airport has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 10 miles from the center of Sunnyvale, CA.

Another major airport is San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO), which has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 29 miles from Sunnyvale, CA.

Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK) has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 38 miles from Sunnyvale, CA.

Napa' s Airports

Airport

The nearest major airport is Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport (STS / KSTS). This airport has domestic flights from Santa Rosa, California and is 49 miles from the center of Napa, CA.

Another major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK), which has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 51 miles from Napa, CA.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO) has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 59 miles from Napa, CA.

Sacramento International Airport (SMF / KSMF) has international and domestic flights from Sacramento, California and is 64 miles from Napa, CA.

 

Napa County Airport,

2030 Airport Road, Napa, CA 94558
Email doreen.stockdale@countyofnapa.org
(707) 253-4300

 

Napa County Airport is a General Aviation airport with charter flights available, but no scheduled commercial flights. The airport can accommodate most private aircraft including jets, up to 120,000 pounds, dual tandem wheels, and/or a G-5.

Napa tower is in operation 0700 ­- 2000 local time (7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Pacific Time).
Airport Operations staff is on the field 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., seven days a week.

IASCO (International Air Service Company, Ltd.) opened the Napa Flight Center in 1971 to provide a high-quality flight training facility. The trainees live in Napa and receive single and multi-engine flight training which emphasizes crew coordination, teamwork and cockpit communication.

The Napa training facility is equipped with the latest computerized training aids, including fixed and full motion flight simulators, and a sophisticated flight operations department which maintains an airline-type dispatch control over flight procedures and provides satellite-based weather coverage. The facility can accommodate about 200 students. For information call 707-252-3522.

The California Highway Patrol Air Operations Unit based at Napa County Airport provides no-fee aviation support services to public safety agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area. This unit provides law enforcement support, search and rescue and emergency medical services in the nine Bay Area Counties. This 7,000-square-mile area includes the densely populated area surrounding the San Francisco Bay and rural terrain ranging from rolling, grass covered hills to steep, rock-covered canyons. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean, it extends inland to part of the agriculturally rich San Joaquin Valley and north into the lush wine country.

This elite Unit uses two Cessna 185F airplanes and two Bell 206L3 Long Ranger helicopters. These aircraft are equipped with state-of-the-art communications systems allowing the flight crews to speak with nearly all public safety agencies in the Bay Area. Their navigational systems are just as state-of-the-art and allow the crews to pin-point a dispatched location using the sophisticated latitude-longitude features of this equipment. A trained paramedic is always part of the flight crew of the helicopter and it is equipped and classified as an Advance Life Support Aircraft. For information call 707-257-0103.

Silverado Avionics is a major supplier of radio communications systems to government agencies in California and Nevada. The company has been based at the Napa County Airport since 1964. For information call 707-255-5588.

 

Monahans' s Airports

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The closest major airport to Monahans, Texas is Midland International Airport (MAF / KMAF). This airport is in Midland, Texas and is 49 miles from the center of Monahans, TX. If you're looking for domestic flights to MAF, check the airlines that fly to MAF.

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Roy Hurd Municipal Airport

The Roy Hurd Municipal Airport is located in the city of Monahans due west of the downtown district at 801 S. Mabel Street.  The airport is a city-owned public-use airport and it serves Monahans and the surrounding area.  The airport was built in 1946, it covers 277 acres and is the only airport in Ward County.  The airport is named in honor of the first WWII casualty from Ward County, Roy Hurd.

The airport is primarily used for private aircraft and small corporate jets, the small runways are not meant for commercial planes.  The elevation is 2,614.  There are two lighted runways that measure 4,920 feet in length and 75 feet in width.  There is self-service 100LL Jet-A fuel available at the airport.  There are 18 hangers and they are all full at this time.  There is also a courtesy car that is available on a first come first serve basis

For information you can contact the Airport Manager, Gary Willhelm at (432) 943-9527 or after hours at (432) 940-7484.  Operating hours are Monday thru Saturday from 7:00am to 6:00pm and on Sunday from 1:00pm to 6:00pm

 

 

Mesa' s Airports

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Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

6033 South Sossaman Road
Mesa, Arizona 85212

http://www.phxmesagateway.org

 

Today, Gateway hosts more than 40 companies, serves more than 35 cities with non-stop service via Allegiant, and contributes $1.3 billion annually to the Arizona economy.

Gateway is also developing as an international aerospace center with aircraft maintenance, modification, testing, and pilot training. In addition to the area's skilled labor force, excellent year-round flying weather, three expansive runways averaging 10,000 feet, and access to international markets, Gateway's assets make it a prime location for global-minded companies. Gateway has been designated as Foreign Trade Zone #221, as well as a Military Reuse Zone, offering aviation companies a significant financial edge in the global marketplace.

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority owns and operates the Airport. The Authority currently consists of the City of Mesa, City of Phoenix, The Gila River Indian Community, Town of Gilbert, Town of Queen Creek, and City of Apache Junction.

Future

The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Master Plan is the second update to the original master plan undertaken in 1994 and first updated in 1999. A cross- section of citizens, community organizations, airport users, airport tenants, area-wide planning agencies, and aviation organizations served on a Planning Advisory Committee to review and discuss the draft working chapters of the master plan.

The Master Plan forecasts enplanements to reach 850,000 by 2017 and 2.2 million by 2027! Read more in the Airport Master Plan Executive Summary.

 

Antioch' s Airports

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The nearest major airport is Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK / KSCK). This airport has domestic flights from Stockton, California and is 41 miles from the center of Antioch, CA.

Another major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK), which has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 46 miles from Antioch, CA.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO) has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 56 miles from Antioch, CA.

Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC) has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 66 miles from Antioch, CA.

Sacramento International Airport (SMF / KSMF) has international and domestic flights from Sacramento, California and is 76 miles from Antioch, CA.

 

Visalia' s Airports

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The nearest major airport is Visalia Municipal Airport (VIS / KVIS). This airport has domestic flights and is 6 miles from the center of Visalia, CA.

Another major airport is Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT / KFAT), which has international and domestic flights from Fresno, California and is 45 miles from Visalia, CA.

Visalia Municipal Airport
Address: 9501 W Airport Dr, Visalia, CA 93277, United States
Phone: (559) 713-4201 Fax: (559) 713-4827
 
 

Corcoran' s Airports

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The nearest major airport is Visalia Municipal Airport (VIS / KVIS). This airport has domestic flights from Visalia, California and is 25 miles from the center of Corcoran, CA.

Another major airport is Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT / KFAT), which has international and domestic flights from Fresno, California and is 52 miles from Corcoran, CA.

 

Kilgore' s Airports

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The nearest major airport is East Texas Regional Airport (GGG / KGGG). This airport has domestic flights from Longview, Texas and is 11 miles from the center of Kilgore, TX.

Another major airport is Tyler Pounds Regional Airport (TYR / KTYR), which has domestic flights from Tyler, Texas and is 484 miles from Kilgore, TX.

 

Huntsville' s Airports

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The closest major airport to Huntsville, Texas is Easterwood Airport (CLL / KCLL). This airport is in College Station, Texas and is 56 miles from the center of Huntsville, TX. If you're looking for domestic flights to CLL, check the airlines that fly to CLL.

Bruce Brothers Huntsville Regional Airport

Bruce Brothers Huntsville Regional Airport, also known as Huntsville Municipal Airport, (IATA: HTVICAO: KUTSFAA LID: UTS), is a city owned, public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) northwest of the central business district of Huntsville, a city in Walker County, Texas, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility.

Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and International Air Transport Association (IATA), this airport is assigned UTS by the FAA and HTV by the IATA

History

In 2009 the Huntsville City Council had approved a name change of the airport from Huntsville Municipal Airport to Bruce Brothers Huntsville Regional Airport.On May 28, 2010, the airport was rededicated in honor of two World War II veterans, Harry Joe Bruce and Reeves "Jeep" Bruce, who died during the course of that war. The ribbon cutting was scheduled to be held on that day. However, as of May 2013, it is still listed as Huntsville Municipal Airport by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Texas Department of Transportation

 

Gilroy' s Airports

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The nearest major airport is Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC). This airport has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 36 miles from the center of Gilroy, CA.

Another major airport is Monterey Regional Airport (MRY / KMRY), which has domestic flights from Monterey, California and is 41 miles from Gilroy, CA.

 

Brownfield' s Airports

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The closest major airport to Brownfield, Texas is Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport (LBB / KLBB). This airport is in Lubbock, Texas and is 49 miles from the center of Brownfield, TX. If you're looking for domestic flights to LBB, check the airlines that fly to LBB

 

De Qween' s Airports

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Nearest major airport to De Queen, Arkansas:

The closest major airport to De Queen, Arkansas is Texarkana Regional Airport (TXK / KTXK). This airport is in Texarkana, Arkansas and is 54 miles from the center of De Queen, AR. If you're looking for domestic flights to TXK, check the airlines that fly to TXK.

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Copperas Cove' s Airports

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Nearest major airport to Copperas Cove, Texas:

The closest major airport to Copperas Cove, Texas is Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport (GRK / KGRK). This airport is in Killeen, Texas and is 11 miles from the center of Copperas Cove, TX. If you're looking for domestic flights to GRK, check the airlines that fly to GRK.

 

Davis' s Airports

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Nearest major airport to Davis, California:

The closest major airport to Davis, California is Sacramento International Airport (SMF / KSMF). This airport is in Sacramento, California and is 22 miles from the center of Davis, CA. If you're looking for international or domestic flights to SMF, check the airlines that fly to SMF.

University Airport
Address: 1 Airport Rd, Davis, CA 95616, United States
Phone:+1 530-752-6608
 
niversity Airport is committed to providing and developing quality services, facilities and programs to meet the aviation demands of our customers while achieving positive financial results. We endeavor to promote positive relationships with the University and surrounding community.
 

The University Airport was first conceived by C. Harold Hopkins in 1946. The University of California acquired the Airport, along with agricultural land, early in 1950 and continues to provide airport facilities to the Davis campus, the City of Davis, and to the general public. Davis is the only campus in the University of California system with an airport.

The Airport is operated as a general aviation airport. The Airport offers the sale of aviation fuel (100 LL) and rents hangers, open shades and tie downs for aircraft storage. Additionally, there are two fixed base operators located at the Airport that provide aircraft maintenance (Davis Air Repair), flight instruction, and aircraft rentals. (Cal Aggie Flying Farmers)

The airport meets all safety factors and physical requirements necessary for operation as a general aviation airport under the rules and regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration and the State Division of Aeronautics. University Airport Rules and Regulations have been established to protect health, safety, peace and to provide for the orderly conduct of activities on the Airport. Copies are available at the University Airport Office.

IMPORTANT: Those who use University Airport facilities must make their own arrangements for ground transportation to and from the Airport.

 

Yolo County Airport
Address: 25170 Aviation Ave, Davis, CA 95616, United States
Phone:+1 530-759-8766
 

Pleasent hill' s Airports

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The nearest major airport is Oakland International Airport (OAK / KOAK). This airport has international and domestic flights from Oakland, California and is 28 miles from the center of Pleasant Hill, CA.

Another major airport is San Francisco International Airport (SFO / KSFO), which has international and domestic flights from San Francisco, California and is 39 miles from Pleasant Hill, CA.

Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC / KSJC) has international and domestic flights from San Jose, California and is 48 miles from Pleasant Hill, CA.

Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK / KSCK) has domestic flights from Stockton, California and is 65 miles from Pleasant Hill, CA.

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