Find 12482 airports, local, private and regional and international airports. Airports provide information about flights, departures, arrivals, times, airport delays, international airlines, and airport codes.
Deer Run Airport Limestreet Road Coxsackie NY 12051 5.6 miles from 12482
Greenville Rainbow Airport 3822 County Route 26 Greenville NY 12083 10.4 miles from 12482 518-966-5343
Columbia County Airport 1024 New York 66 Ghent NY 12075 12.6 miles from 12482 518-828-0412
Hunter Mountain Airport Main Street Hunter NY 12442 13.8 miles from 12482 518-965-2210
Strip in the Woods Airport 100 Eastwoods Drive Kingston NY 12401 17.9 miles from 12482
Waxwing Airport 389 County Road 361 Rensselaerville NY 12147 18.6 miles from 12482 518-797-3556
Westerlo Airport Airport Road Westerlo NY 12193 18.7 miles from 12482 518-797-3791
Sky Park Airport New York 199 Red Hook NY 12571 19.3 miles from 12482
Kingston Ulster Airport 1161 Flatbush Road Kingston NY 12401 19.5 miles from 12482 845-336-8400
Cross Farm Airport River Road Selkirk NY 12158 19.8 miles from 12482
Old Rhinebeck Airport 9 Norton Road Red Hook NY 12571 21.2 miles from 12482 845-752-3200
Alexander Farm Airport Morris Road East Greenbush NY 12061 27.6 miles from 12482
Roxbury Runway Airport South Montgomery Hollow Road Roxbury NY 12474 28.4 miles from 12482 718-767-3225
Great Barrington Airport - GBR 70 Egremont Plain Road Great Barrington MA 01230 28.8 miles from 12482 413-528-1010
Airhaven Airport 947 North Quaker Lane Staatsburg NY 12580 30.4 miles from 12482 845-889-4717
West Township Airport Beebe Road Delanson NY 12053 31.3 miles from 12482
Blue Heron Airport - N25 Benninger Road Delanson NY 12053 32.0 miles from 12482 518-872-2638
Knox Airport Knox Cave Road Delanson NY 12053 32.4 miles from 12482 518-895-8140
Piolis Brookside Airport Via Pioli Road Kerhonkson NY 12446 33.7 miles from 12482
Albany International Airport - ALB 737 Albany Shaker Road Albany NY 12211 34.4 miles from 12482 518-242-2200
According to the FAA, there are over 19,000 airports in the U.S. Most of these are private use facilities that do not serve the public. Of the approximately 5,100 public use airports in the U.S., 499 are Commercial Service Airports. The remaining public use airports are General Aviation Airports.
The people working at an airport are generally a mix of private sector and government employees. Many are employed by the airlines and other businesses that provide services at an airport. Both the federal Transportation Security Administration and state or local law enforcement agencies employ security personnel at airports. Workers who manage and maintain airport facilities may be employees of an airport authority or a private sector business.
For the most part, airport operations are funded through user fees and surcharges paid by customers and businesses that utilize airport services. In addition, about 3,330 public use airports are eligible for FAA Airport Improvement Program grants, which provide funds for capital improvements.