Table 1-10: Civil and Joint-Use Airports, Heliports, STOLports, and Seaplane Bases: 2006

Table 1-10: Civil and Joint-Use Airports, Heliports, STOLports, and Seaplane Bases: 2006

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State Airports Heliports STOLports Seaplane bases Total
Alabama 184 90 1 5 280
Alaska 520 39 0 133 692
Arizona 189 109 1 0 299
Arkansas 239 84 0 0 323
California 533 389 2 10 934
Colorado 265 181 7 0 453
Connecticut 54 92 0 6 152
Delaware 33 15 0 1 49
District of Columbia 2 13 0 0 15
Florida 487 285 14 41 827
Georgia 346 110 4 2 462
Hawaii 31 17 0 0 48
Idaho 212 47 2 5 266
Illinois 563 271 2 6 842
Indiana 491 126 3 13 633
Iowa 233 87 2 0 322
Kansas 371 38 1 0 410
Kentucky 151 59 1 0 211
Louisiana 247 252 0 16 515
Maine 107 14 0 39 160
Maryland 146 71 1 6 224
Massachusetts 75 140 1 18 234
Michigan 383 97 2 6 488
Minnesota 380 59 1 73 513
Mississippi 194 50 1 0 245
Missouri 402 130 2 4 538
Montana 240 32 2 2 276
Nebraska 259 36 0 1 296
Nevada 98 33 1 0 132
New Hampshire 51 72 0 8 131
New Jersey 115 259 0 12 386
New Mexico 144 25 0 1 170
New York 394 164 0 19 577
North Carolina 311 77 4 0 392
North Dakota 291 15 0 1 307
Ohio 513 209 3 2 727
Oklahoma 349 91 1 1 442
Oregon 347 106 2 3 458
Pennsylvania 461 325 3 10 799
Rhode Island 10 17 0 2 29
South Carolina 163 32 0 2 197
South Dakota 157 33 0 1 191
Tennessee 203 101 8 2 314
Texas 1,451 490 8 0 1,949
Utah 99 45 0 0 144
Vermont 62 20 3 3 88
Virginia 292 131 3 5 431
Washington 344 147 3 16 510
West Virginia 74 40 1 10 125
Wisconsin 458 90 0 17 565
Wyoming 89 23 0 0 112
United States, total 13,813 5,478 90 502 19,883
U.S. total (incl. Puerto Rico) 13,830 5,507 90 504 19,931

1Data are current as of October 26, 2006.

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, Oct. 26, 2006.