Table 1-10: Civil and Joint-Use Airports, Heliports, STOLports, and Seaplane Bases: 2005

Table 1-10: Civil and Joint-Use Airports, Heliports, STOLports, and Seaplane Bases: 2005

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State Airports Heliports STOLports Seaplane bases Total
Alabama 182 90 1 4 277
Alaska 517 37 0 124 678
Arizona 190 108 1 0 299
Arkansas 238 83 0 0 321
California 535 385 2 11 933
Colorado 259 172 6 0 437
Connecticut 54 92 0 6 152
Delaware 33 15 0 1 49
District of Columbia 2 14 0 0 16
Florida 491 286 14 41 832
Georgia 341 109 4 1 455
Hawaii 31 17 0 0 48
Idaho 204 44 2 5 255
Illinois 586 265 2 7 860
Indiana 492 121 3 13 629
Iowa 233 87 2 0 322
Kansas 370 38 1 0 409
Kentucky 149 58 1 0 208
Louisiana 242 237 0 16 495
Maine 103 13 0 37 153
Maryland 145 69 1 6 221
Massachusetts 76 137 1 18 232
Michigan 381 95 2 7 485
Minnesota 384 58 1 77 520
Mississippi 191 51 1 0 243
Missouri 404 129 2 4 539
Montana 241 31 2 2 276
Nebraska 266 36 0 1 303
Nevada 99 32 1 0 132
New Hampshire 51 67 0 9 127
New Jersey 119 257 0 13 389
New Mexico 150 25 0 1 176
New York 397 167 0 18 582
North Carolina 305 74 3 0 382
North Dakota 292 15 0 1 308
Ohio 519 209 4 2 734
Oklahoma 346 91 1 1 439
Oregon 346 104 2 3 455
Pennsylvania 468 329 3 10 810
Rhode Island 10 17 0 1 28
South Carolina 162 29 0 2 193
South Dakota 159 33 0 1 193
Tennessee 195 100 8 2 305
Texas 1435 470 8 0 1913
Utah 99 44 0 0 143
Vermont 61 20 3 3 87
Virginia 291 130 3 5 429
Washington 336 138 3 16 493
West Virginia 75 40 1 10 126
Wisconsin 459 89 0 17 565
Wyoming 90 23 0 0 113
United States, total 13,804 5,380 89 496 19,769
U.S. total (incl. Puerto Rico) 13,822 5,409 89 498 19,818

1 Data are current as of September 30, 2005.

KEY: STOLport = Short take-off and landing airport.

NOTE: This table comprises all U.S. public use and private use airports, heliports, STOLports, and seaplane bases. The United States Fast Facts on page v reports the number of public use facilities only. Public use facilities are open to the public with no prior authorization or permission required. Private use facilities are not open to the general public and include medical, law enforcement, corporate, and other such facilities.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Airports, Airport Safety Data Branch, personal communication, Sept. 30, 2005.