Teterboro Airport is located in the Boroughs of Teterboro, Moonachie, and Hasbrouck Heights in Bergen County, New Jersey. It is 12 miles from midtown Manhattan, via the George Washington Bridge or Lincoln Tunnel. Teterboro Airport is designed as a "reliever" airport that serves vital interests and general aviation requirements of the Northern New Jersey and the New York Metropolitan Area. Teterboro has a long-standing reputation as the airport of choice for humanitarian causes and emergency flights such as the urgent transport of patients and organs for medical transplants. In 2004 there were 202,320 aircraft operations. The facility consists of a two-runway configuration: Runway 1-19 (North/South) is 7,000 feet long and Runway 6-24 (NE/SW) is 6,015 feet.
Spirit of St. Louis Airport has been the Business Aviation Center of the Midwest for more than 40 years. Spirit provides the environment and physical assets necessary to meet and maintain world-class aviation support services, specifically designed to meet your needs. The "down home" Midwest hospitality, along with the first class professional facilities and personnel, sets Spirit apart from services normally associated with a busy complex aviation facility. Five full-service Phillips Aviation Performance Centers (APCs) and over 150 businesses located at the airport can address your every need.
A 7500 foot all weather runway, 5000 foot parallel runway, precision approaches, FAA Control Tower, a regional FAA Flight Service Center and 24-hour Customs Services makes Spirit the "right choice" when choosing an airport in St. Louis.
Sacramento Executive Airport is a general aviation airport which provides a wide array of facilities and services including: air charters; aircraft sales, rentals and repairs; flight training; pilot supplies; computer-based testing; and car rentals. Located just 10 minutes from downtown Sacramento, Executive is close to Tourist attractions such as Old Sacramento, the State Capitol, Cal Expo State Fairgrounds and ARCO Arena (home of the Sacramento Kings).
Executive offers three runways and two of them are lighted: Runway 2/20 is 5,503 x 150 feet. A Medium Intensity Approach Light System with Runway Alignment Indicator Lights is installed on Runway 2. REIL and VASI are on Runway 20. The FAA contract control tower operates 0600-2100 (local). Fuel is available from trucks or 24 hour self serve credit card pumps and plenty of tie down and transient parking is available, the first six hours of which are free. Automobile parking is plentiful in front of the terminal and is also free (72 hour limit).
Page Field is Southwest Florida's premier general aviation airport. Centrally located in Lee County, Page Field is just minutes from downtown Fort Myers and offers easy access to Southwest Florida International Airport, Bonita Springs, Gulf beaches and beautiful Sanibel and Captiva Islands. Page Field General Aviation Airport serves over 90 thousand aircraft operations per year. Over 300 aircraft, including jets, turboprops, twins, singles and helicopters make Page Field their home on a full-time basis.
Page Field has two grooved, asphalt runways with a maximum gross landing weight of 350 thousand pounds. Elevation is 17 feet msl. Runway 5/23 measures 6,406 feet by 150 feet and runway 13/31 measures 4,912 feet by 150 feet. The following instrument approaches are available: Runway 5 :ILS, NDB, GPS - Runway 23:GPS - Runway 13:VOR and GPS - Runway 31:GPS. Airport lighting includes Medium Intensity Runway Lights (MIRL), Visual Approach Slope Indicators (VASI) for all runways. Lights are capable 24 hours with a beacon dusk to dawn and in IFR weather.