Table 6-2: Air Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2004

Table 6-2: Air Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2004

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State Number of establishments1 Number of employees Annual payroll ($ thousands)
Alabama 48 W W
Alaska 244 6,123 329,126
Arizona 99 17,195 803,829
Arkansas 57 W W
California 628 53,945 2,932,413
Colorado 106 14,773 687,530
Connecticut 57 1,737 76,252
Delaware 33 W W
District of Columbia 29 W W
Florida 555 23,268 995,101
Georgia 121 W W
Hawaii 60 7,536 309,202
Idaho 60 1,098 33,776
Illinois 224 38,274 2,112,856
Indiana 63 4,894 216,040
Iowa 44 439 12,036
Kansas 44 W W
Kentucky 71 W W
Louisiana 98 4,217 209,634
Maine 32 388 11,184
Maryland 49 4,627 228,178
Massachusetts 114 8,930 417,125
Michigan 135 W W
Minnesota 72 W W
Mississippi 49 W W
Missouri 95 8,656 428,829
Montana 81 973 27,024
Nebraska 37 774 24,619
Nevada 82 4,379 136,154
New Hampshire 30 674 28,857
New Jersey 109 15,825 836,347
New Mexico 50 1,438 49,607
New York 415 27,550 1,480,917
North Carolina 121 11,853 578,928
North Dakota 24 W W
Ohio 127 11,703 522,623
Oklahoma 56 2,608 91,452
Oregon 90 5,363 219,830
Pennsylvania 148 20,431 995,787
Rhode Island 20 W W
South Carolina 49 1,318 62,125
South Dakota 25 W W
Tennessee 102 6,765 270,886
Texas 491 59,707 3,234,852
Utah 41 8,405 338,548
Vermont 11 W W
Virginia 157 9,935 541,841
Washington 120 11,989 624,872
West Virginia 26 W W
Wisconsin 93 4,201 167,638
Wyoming 30 772 22,575
United States, total 5,722 489,073 24,867,655

KEY: W = data withheld to avoid disclosure.

1The air transportation sector (North American Industrial Classification System [NAICS] 481) includes industries providing air transportation of passengers and/or cargo using aircraft, such as airplanes and helicopters. Scenic and sightseeing air transportation and air courier services are excluded.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, 2004 County Business Patterns, Washington, DC: 2006, available at http://www.census.gov/epcd/cbp/view/cbpview.html as of Sept. 26, 2006.