Table 1-10: Public and Private Airports, Heliports, and Seaplane Bases: 2011

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State Airports Heliports Seaplane bases Total
Alabama 182 85 7 274
Alaska 549 43 140 732
Arizona 188 110 0 298
Arkansas 213 80 0 293
California 522 408 9 939
Colorado 259 177 0 436
Connecticut 51 68 4 123
Delaware 30 9 0 39
District of Columbia 3 16 0 19
Florida 497 281 44 822
Georgia 335 114 2 451
Hawaii 32 18 0 50
Idaho 224 49 5 278
Illinois 479 241 6 726
Indiana 404 127 16 547
Iowa 196 86 0 282
Kansas 329 33 0 362
Kentucky 153 86 0 239
Louisiana 223 210 11 444
Maine 114 18 44 176
Maryland 148 65 4 217
Massachusetts 77 132 15 224
Michigan 362 99 5 466
Minnesota 329 61 56 446
Mississippi 186 50 0 236
Missouri 359 116 4 479
Montana 232 36 2 270
Nebraska 207 35 1 243
Nevada 98 27 0 125
New Hampshire 52 80 8 140
New Jersey 101 206 7 314
New Mexico 143 31 1 175
New York 395 182 17 594
North Carolina 335 103 1 439
North Dakota 265 15 0 280
Ohio 490 216 2 708
Oklahoma 302 84 1 387
Oregon 322 93 2 417
Pennsylvania 433 350 8 791
Rhode Island 9 14 1 24
South Carolina 158 32 2 192
South Dakota 144 33 0 177
Tennessee 209 109 1 319
Texas 1,450 544 0 1,994
Utah 90 51 0 141
Vermont 62 16 6 84
Virginia 290 133 3 426
Washington 366 163 17 546
West Virginia 76 37 10 123
Wisconsin 439 96 17 552
Wyoming 93 27 0 120
United States, total 13,205 5,495 479 19,179
U.S. total (including Puerto Rico) 13,222 5,526 481 19,229

NOTES: This table consists of all U.S. public use and private use airports, heliports, 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, Airport Facilities Data, available at www.faa.gov/airports/airport_safety/airportdata_5010 as of March 2013.