Table 1-10: Civil and Joint-Use Airports, Heliports, STOLports, and Seaplane Bases: 2007

Table 1-10: Civil and Joint-Use Airports, Heliports, STOLports, and Seaplane Bases: 2007

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State Airports Heliports STOLports Seaplane bases Total
Alabama 189 97 0 6 292
Alaska 548 42 1 140 731
Arizona 192 114 1 0 307
Arkansas 228 84 0 0 312
California 539 402 2 10 953
Colorado 256 187 7 0 450
Connecticut 55 92 0 6 153
Delaware 33 15 0 1 49
District of Columbia 2 18 0 0 20
Florida 511 288 13 42 854
Georgia 348 120 4 2 474
Hawaii 36 18 0 0 54
Idaho 218 47 2 5 272
Illinois 542 266 2 6 816
Indiana 477 133 3 20 633
Iowa 213 90 2 0 305
Kansas 364 38 1 0 403
Kentucky 159 61 1 0 221
Louisiana 238 229 0 14 481
Maine 107 14 0 41 162
Maryland 153 73 1 5 232
Massachusetts 78 139 0 18 235
Michigan 379 101 2 6 488
Minnesota 374 60 1 75 510
Mississippi 199 53 1 0 253
Missouri 384 131 2 4 521
Montana 231 34 2 2 269
Nebraska 240 37 0 1 278
Nevada 99 34 1 0 134
New Hampshire 53 80 0 8 141
New Jersey 116 266 0 12 394
New Mexico 150 25 0 1 176
New York 402 174 0 18 594
North Carolina 322 83 4 0 409
North Dakota 286 15 0 0 301
Ohio 507 215 3 2 727
Oklahoma 315 88 1 1 405
Oregon 343 110 2 2 457
Pennsylvania 455 354 3 10 822
Rhode Island 10 19 0 2 31
South Carolina 165 33 0 2 200
South Dakota 155 33 0 1 189
Tennessee 198 99 8 2 307
Texas 1,428 519 8 0 1,955
Utah 99 49 0 0 148
Vermont 60 21 3 4 88
Virginia 303 143 3 5 454
Washington 358 154 3 16 531
West Virginia 76 40 1 10 127
Wisconsin 445 91 0 18 554
Wyoming 91 25 0 0 116
United States, total 13,729 5,653 88 518 19,988
U.S. total (incl. Puerto Rico) 13,746 5,684 88 520 20,038

1Data are current as of February 8, 2008.

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

NOTES: 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, Nov. 10, 2009.