List of airports in the United States

The list of airports in the United States is broken down into separate lists due to the large number of airports.

Lists by state or territory

Public-use and military airports in each U.S. state and territory can be found on the following lists:

Lists by ICAO location indicator

Airports in the United States that have an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) location indicator can be found on the following lists:

  • K – Contiguous United States
  • NS – American Samoa
  • PA – Alaska
  • PB – Baker Island
  • PF – Fort Yukon, Alaska
  • PG – Guam and Northern Mariana Islands
  • PH – Hawaii
  • PJ – Johnston Atoll
  • PL – Line Islands
  • PM – Midway Atoll
  • PO – Oliktok Point, Alaska
  • PP – Point Lay, Alaska
  • PW – Wake Island
  • TI – U.S. Virgin Islands
  • TJ – Puerto Rico

Primary airports

Airports in the United States that provide scheduled passenger services and have over 10,000 passenger boardings per year are classified as primary airports by the Federal Aviation Administration.

This list of primary airports contains the following information:

  • CITY – The city generally associated with the airport. This is not always the actual location since some airports are located in smaller towns outside of the city they serve.
  • FAA – The location identifier assigned by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). These are linked to that airport's page in the state's airport directory, where available.
  • IATA – The airport code assigned by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Those that do not match the FAA code are shown in bold.
  • ICAO – The location indicator assigned by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
  • AIRPORT – The official airport name.
  • ROLE – One of four FAA airport categories. This list only includes airports designated as Commercial service – primary (P). Each primary airport is further classified by the FAA as one of the following four "hub" types:
    • L: Large hub that accounts for at least 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements (Generally 18,500,000 total passengers and above).
    • M: Medium hub that accounts for between 0.25% and 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements (Generally 3,500,000-18,500,000 total passengers). This would make PDX a "Medium Hub" by total passengers, but a "Large Hub" under enplanements.
    • S: Small hub that accounts for between 0.05% and 0.25% of total U.S. passenger enplanements (Generally 500,000-3,500,000 total passengers).
    • N: Nonhub that accounts for less than 0.05% of total U.S. passenger enplanements, but more than 10,000 annual enplanements
  • ENPL. – The number of enplanements (commercial passenger boardings) that occurred at the airport in calendar year 2015 as per FAA records.
Primary airports:  Alabama – Alaska – Arizona – Arkansas – California – Colorado – Connecticut – Delaware – Florida – Georgia – Hawaii – Idaho – Illinois – Indiana – Iowa – Kansas – Kentucky – Louisiana – Maine – Maryland – Massachusetts – Michigan – Minnesota – Mississippi – Missouri – Montana – Nebraska – Nevada – New Hampshire – New Jersey – New Mexico – New York – North Carolina – North Dakota – Ohio – Oklahoma – Oregon – Pennsylvania – Rhode Island – South Carolina – South Dakota – Tennessee – Texas – Utah – Vermont – Virginia – Washington – West Virginia – Wisconsin – Wyoming – American Samoa – Guam – Northern Mariana Islands – Puerto Rico – U.S. Virgin Islands
City FAA IATA ICAO Airport Role Enplanements
ALABAMA
Birmingham BHM BHM KBHM Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport P-S 1,304,467
Dothan DHN DHN KDHN Dothan Regional Airport P-N 49,411
Huntsville HSV HSV KHSV Huntsville International Airport (Carl T. Jones Field) P-S 527,801
Mobile MOB MOB KMOB Mobile Regional Airport P-N 288,209
Montgomery MGM MGM KMGM Montgomery Regional Airport (Dannelly Field) P-N 173,210
ALASKA
Anchorage LHD PALH Lake Hood Seaplane Base (also see Lake Hood Airstrip) P-N 23,382
Anchorage MRI MRI PAMR Merrill Field P-N 19,144
Anchorage ANC ANC PANC Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport P-M 2,563,524
Aniak ANI ANI PANI Aniak Airport P-N 13,688
Barrow BRW BRW PABR Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport P-N 45,300
Bethel BET BET PABE Bethel Airport (also see Bethel Seaplane Base) P-N 155,791
Cordova CDV CDV PACV Merle K. (Mudhole) Smith Airport P-N 18,649
Deadhorse / Prudhoe Bay SCC SCC PASC Deadhorse Airport (Prudhoe Bay Airport) P-N 51,205
Dillingham DLG DLG PADL Dillingham Airport P-N 33,616
Fairbanks FAI FAI PAFA Fairbanks International Airport P-S 538,881
Galena GAL GAL PAGA Edward G. Pitka Sr. Airport P-N 10,532
Homer HOM HOM PAHO Homer Airport P-N 44,117
Juneau JNU JNU PAJN Juneau International Airport P-N 420,442
Kenai ENA ENA PAEN Kenai Municipal Airport P-N 92,485
Ketchikan KTN KTN PAKT Ketchikan International Airport P-N 127,881
King Salmon AKN AKN PAKN King Salmon Airport P-N 36,717
Kodiak ADQ ADQ PADQ Kodiak Airport P-N 79,682
Kotzebue OTZ OTZ PAOT Ralph Wien Memorial Airport P-N 64,481
Nome OME OME PAOM Nome Airport P-N 60,655
Petersburg PSG PSG PAPG Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport P-N 21,896
Sitka SIT SIT PASI Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport P-N 83,404
St. Mary's KSM KSM PASM St. Mary's Airport P-N 12,851
Unalakleet UNK UNK PAUN Unalakleet Airport P-N 16,948
Unalaska DUT DUT PADU Unalaska Airport (Tom Madsen Airport) P-N 31,055
Valdez VDZ VDZ PAVD Valdez Airport (Pioneer Field) P-N 12,631
Wrangell WRG WRG PAWG Wrangell Airport (also see Wrangell Seaplane Base) P-N 12,569
Yakutat YAK YAK PAYA Yakutat Airport (also see Yakutat Seaplane Base) P-N 10,756
ARIZONA
Bullhead City IFP IFP KIFP Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport P-N 109,334
Flagstaff FLG FLG KFLG Flagstaff Pulliam Airport P-N 64,578
Grand Canyon / Tusayan GCN GCN KGCN Grand Canyon National Park Airport P-N 319,206
Mesa IWA AZA KIWA Phoenix–Mesa Gateway Airport (formerly Williams AFB) P-S 705,731
Page PGA PGA KPGA Page Municipal Airport P-N 17,435
Peach Springs 1G4 GCW Grand Canyon West Airport P-N 128,739
Phoenix PHX PHX KPHX Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport P-L 20,896,265
Tucson TUS TUS KTUS Tucson International Airport P-S 1,594,594
Yuma NYL YUM KNYL Yuma International Airport / MCAS Yuma P-N 74,742
ARKANSAS
Fayetteville XNA XNA KXNA Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport P-S 673,810
Fort Smith FSM FSM KFSM Fort Smith Regional Airport P-N 83,920
Little Rock LIT LIT KLIT Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (Adams Field) (was Little Rock National) P-S 958,824
Texarkana TXK TXK KTXK Texarkana Regional Airport (Webb Field) P-N 33,565
CALIFORNIA
Arcata / Eureka ACV ACV KACV Arcata Airport P-N 69,732
Bakersfield BFL BFL KBFL Meadows Field P-N 100,433
Burbank BUR BUR KBUR Bob Hope Airport (Hollywood Burbank Airport) P-M 2,077,892
Fresno FAT FAT KFAT Fresno Yosemite International Airport P-S 761,298
Long Beach LGB LGB KLGB Long Beach Airport (Daugherty Field) P-S 1,386,357
Los Angeles LAX LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport P-L 39,636,042
Mammoth Lakes MMH MMH KMMH Mammoth Yosemite Airport P-N [nb 1] 21,826
Monterey MRY MRY KMRY Monterey Regional Airport (was Monterey Peninsula Airport) P-N 192,136
Oakland OAK OAK KOAK Oakland International Airport P-M 5,934,639
Ontario ONT ONT KONT Ontario International Airport P-M 2,104,625
Palm Springs PSP PSP KPSP Palm Springs International Airport P-S 995,801
Redding RDD RDD KRDD Redding Municipal Airport P-N 43,414
Sacramento SMF SMF KSMF Sacramento International Airport P-M 4,969,366
San Diego SAN SAN KSAN San Diego International Airport (Lindbergh Field) P-L 10,340,164
San Francisco SFO SFO KSFO San Francisco International Airport P-L 25,707,101
San Jose SJC SJC KSJC Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport P-M 5,321,603
San Luis Obispo SBP SBP KSBP San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (McChesney Field) P-N 162,719
Santa Ana SNA SNA KSNA John Wayne Airport (was Orange County Airport) P-M 5,217,242
Santa Barbara SBA SBA KSBA Santa Barbara Municipal Airport (Santa Barbara Airport) P-N 329,751
Santa Maria SMX SMX KSMX Santa Maria Public Airport (Capt G. Allan Hancock Field) P-N 40,120
Santa Rosa STS STS KSTS Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport P-N 167,151
Stockton SCK SCK KSCK Stockton Metropolitan Airport P-N 93,076
COLORADO
Aspen ASE ASE KASE Aspen-Pitkin County Airport (Sardy Field) P-N 254,392
Colorado Springs COS COS KCOS City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport P-S 657,694
Denver DEN DEN KDEN Denver International Airport P-L 28,267,394
Durango DRO DRO KDRO Durango-La Plata County Airport P-N 187,789
Eagle EGE EGE KEGE Eagle County Regional Airport P-N 163,840
Grand Junction GJT GJT KGJT Grand Junction Regional Airport (Walker Field) P-N 218,319
Gunnison GUC GUC KGUC Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport P-N 30,780
Hayden HDN HDN KHDN Yampa Valley Airport (Yampa Valley Regional) P-N 34,979
Montrose MTJ MTJ KMTJ Montrose Regional Airport P-N 116,272
CONNECTICUT
Hartford BDL BDL KBDL Bradley International Airport P-M 2,982,194
New Haven HVN HVN KHVN Tweed New Haven Regional Airport P-N 27,911
DELAWARE
Wilmington ILG ILG KILG Wilmington Airport P-N 1,043
FLORIDA
Daytona Beach DAB DAB KDAB Daytona Beach International Airport P-N 342,495
Fort Lauderdale FLL FLL KFLL Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport P-L 14,263,270
Fort Myers RSW RSW KRSW Southwest Florida International Airport P-M 4,239,261
Gainesville GNV GNV KGNV Gainesville Regional Airport P-N 206,330
Jacksonville JAX JAX KJAX Jacksonville International Airport P-M 2,729,129
Key West EYW EYW KEYW Key West International Airport P-S 380,505
Melbourne MLB MLB KMLB Orlando Melbourne International Airport P-N 220,360
Miami MIA MIA KMIA Miami International Airport P-L 20,875,813
Orlando MCO MCO KMCO Orlando International Airport P-L 20,283,541
Orlando/Sanford SFB SFB KSFB Orlando Sanford International Airport P-S 1,321,675
Panama City Beach ECP ECP KECP Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport [nb 2] P-S 434,302
Pensacola PNS PNS KPNS Pensacola International Airport P-S 792,916
Punta Gorda PGD PGD KPGD Punta Gorda Airport P-S 558,482
Sarasota/Bradenton SRQ SRQ KSRQ Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport P-S 589,860
St. Augustine SGJ UST KSGJ Northeast Florida Regional Airport P-N 28,462
St. Petersburg/Clearwater PIE PIE KPIE St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport P-S 915,672
Tallahassee TLH TLH KTLH Tallahassee International Airport P-N 345,404
Tampa TPA TPA KTPA Tampa International Airport P-L 9,194,994
Valparaiso VPS VPS KVPS Destin–Fort Walton Beach Airport / Eglin Air Force Base P-S 440,002
West Palm Beach PBI PBI KPBI Palm Beach International Airport P-M 3,100,624
GEORGIA
Albany ABY ABY KABY Southwest Georgia Regional Airport P-N 34,226
Atlanta ATL ATL KATL Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport P-L 50,501,858
Augusta AGS AGS KAGS Augusta Regional Airport (Bush Field) P-N 270,797
Brunswick BQK BQK KBQK Brunswick Golden Isles Airport P-N 36,054
Columbus CSG CSG KCSG Columbus Metropolitan Airport P-N 44,813
Savannah SAV SAV KSAV Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport P-S 1,056,265
Valdosta VLD VLD KVLD Valdosta Regional Airport P-N 40,275
HAWAII
Hilo, Hawaii ITO ITO PHTO Hilo International Airport P-S 640,757
Honolulu, Oahu HNL HNL PHNL Daniel K. Inouye International Airport P-L 9,656,340
Kahului, Maui OGG OGG PHOG Kahului Airport P-M 3,352,813
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii KOA KOA PHKO Kona International Airport at Keahole P-S 1,569,602
Kaunakakai, Molokai MKK MKK PHMK Molokai Airport P-N 92,560
Lanai City, Lanai LNY LNY PHNY Lanai Airport P-N 43,275
Lihue, Kauai LIH LIH PHLI Lihue Airport P-S 1,458,940
IDAHO
Boise BOI BOI KBOI Boise Airport (Boise Air Terminal) (Gowen Field) P-S 1,633,507
Hailey SUN SUN KSUN Friedman Memorial Airport P-N 77,729
Idaho Falls IDA IDA KIDA Idaho Falls Regional Airport (Fanning Field) P-N 146,213
Lewiston LWS LWS KLWS Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport P-N 72,724
Pocatello / Arbon Valley PIH PIH KPIH Pocatello Regional Airport P-N 34,462
Twin Falls TWF TWF KTWF Magic Valley Regional Airport (Joslin Field) P-N 38,869
ILLINOIS
Belleville BLV BLV KBLV MidAmerica St. Louis Airport / Scott Air Force Base P-N 79,988
Bloomington / Normal BMI BMI KBMI Central Illinois Regional Airport at Bloomington-Normal P-N 188,490
Champaign / Urbana CMI CMI KCMI University of Illinois - Willard Airport P-N 89,318
Chicago ORD ORD KORD Chicago O'Hare International Airport P-L 37,589,899
Chicago MDW MDW KMDW Chicago Midway International Airport P-L 11,044,387
Marion MWA MWA KMWA Williamson County Regional Airport P-N 10,044
Moline MLI MLI KMLI Quad City International Airport P-N 364,393
Peoria PIA PIA KPIA General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport P-N 307,189
Quincy UIN UIN KUIN Quincy Regional Airport (Baldwin Field) P-N 7,847
Rockford RFD RFD KRFD Chicago Rockford International Airport (was Northwest Chicagoland Regional Airport at Rockford) P-N 101,790
Springfield SPI SPI KSPI Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport P-N 93,269
INDIANA
Evansville EVV EVV KEVV Evansville Regional Airport P-N 204,352
Fort Wayne FWA FWA KFWA Fort Wayne International Airport P-N 360,369
Indianapolis IND IND KIND Indianapolis International Airport P-M 4,216,766
South Bend SBN SBN KSBN South Bend International Airport (was South Bend Regional) P-N 329,957
IOWA
Cedar Rapids CID CID KCID The Eastern Iowa Airport P-S 547,786
Des Moines DSM DSM KDSM Des Moines International Airport P-S 1,216,357
Dubuque DBQ DBQ KDBQ Dubuque Regional Airport P-N 37,954
Sioux City SUX SUX KSUX Sioux Gateway Airport (Col. Bud Day Field) P-N 36,413
Waterloo ALO ALO KALO Waterloo Regional Airport P-N 27,069
KANSAS
Garden City GCK GCK KGCK Garden City Regional Airport P-N 26,825
Manhattan MHK MHK KMHK Manhattan Regional Airport P-N 63,761
Topeka FOE FOE KFOE Topeka Regional Airport (formerly Forbes Field Airport) P-N 6,051
Wichita ICT ICT KICT Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (formerly Wichita Mid-Continent Airport) P-S 781,944
KENTUCKY
Cincinnati/Covington CVG CVG KCVG Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport P-M 3,269,979
Lexington LEX LEX KLEX Blue Grass Airport P-S 638,316
Louisville SDF SDF KSDF Louisville International Airport (Standiford Field) P-S 1,631,494
Owensboro OWB OWB KOWB Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport P-N 23,537
Paducah PAH PAH KPAH Barkley Regional Airport P-N 20,266
LOUISIANA
Alexandria AEX AEX KAEX Alexandria International Airport P-N 129,776
Baton Rouge BTR BTR KBTR Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (Ryan Field) P-N 364,200
Lafayette LFT LFT KLFT Lafayette Regional Airport P-N 206,667
Lake Charles LCH LCH KLCH Lake Charles Regional Airport P-N 53,576
Monroe MLU MLU KMLU Monroe Regional Airport P-N 102,342
New Orleans MSY MSY KMSY Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport P-M 5,569,705
Shreveport SHV SHV KSHV Shreveport Regional Airport P-N 270,395
MAINE
Bangor BGR BGR KBGR Bangor International Airport P-N 269,013
Portland PWM PWM KPWM Portland International Jetport P-S 886,343
Presque Isle PQI PQI KPQI Northern Maine Regional Airport at Presque Isle P-N 12,526
Rockland RKD RKD KRKD Knox County Regional Airport P-N 16,206
MARYLAND
Baltimore / Glen Burnie BWI BWI KBWI Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport P-L 12,340,972
Hagerstown HGR HGR KHGR Hagerstown Regional Airport (Richard A. Henson Field) P-N 27,274
Salisbury SBY SBY KSBY Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport P-N 58,695
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston BOS BOS KBOS Gen. Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport P-L 17,759,044
Hyannis HYA HYA KHYA Barnstable Municipal Airport (Boardman/Polando Field) P-N 31,027
Nantucket ACK ACK KACK Nantucket Memorial Airport P-N 126,197
Provincetown PVC PVC KPVC Provincetown Municipal Airport P-N 10,074
Vineyard Haven MVY MVY KMVY Martha's Vineyard Airport P-N 54,084
Worcester ORH ORH KORH Worcester Regional Airport P-N 57,800
MICHIGAN
Alpena APN APN KAPN Alpena County Regional Airport P-N 10,031
Detroit / Romulus DTW DTW KDTW Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport P-L 16,847,135
Escanaba ESC ESC KESC Delta County Airport P-N 16,822
Flint FNT FNT KFNT Bishop International Airport P-S 398,508
Grand Rapids GRR GRR KGRR Gerald R. Ford International Airport P-S 1,334,979
Hancock / Calumet CMX CMX KCMX Houghton County Memorial Airport P-N 25,439
Iron Mountain / Kingsford IMT IMT KIMT Ford Airport P-N 12,604
Kalamazoo / Battle Creek AZO AZO KAZO Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport P-N 154,242
Lansing LAN LAN KLAN Capital Region International Airport (was Lansing Capital City) P-N 161,863
Marquette / Gwinn SAW MQT KSAW Sawyer International Airport P-N 45,462
Muskegon MKG MKG KMKG Muskegon County Airport P-N 18,165
Pellston PLN PLN KPLN Pellston Regional Airport of Emmet County P-N 25,497
Saginaw MBS MBS KMBS MBS International Airport P-N 122,469
Sault Ste. Marie CIU CIU KCIU Chippewa County International Airport P-N 20,974
Traverse City TVC TVC KTVC Cherry Capital Airport (was Cherry County Airpark) P-N 223,924
MINNESOTA
Bemidji BJI BJI KBJI Bemidji Regional Airport P-N 25,510
Brainerd BRD BRD KBRD Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport P-N 18,200
Duluth DLH DLH KDLH Duluth International Airport P-N 124,284
Hibbing HIB HIB KHIB Range Regional Airport (was Chisholm–Hibbing Airport) P-N 12,654
International Falls INL INL KINL Falls International Airport P-N 13,831
Minneapolis MSP MSP KMSP Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport (Wold–Chamberlain Field) P-L 18,123,844
Rochester RST RST KRST Rochester International Airport P-N 112,864
St. Cloud STC STC KSTC St. Cloud Regional Airport P-N 15,615
MISSISSIPPI
Columbus / West Point / Starkville GTR GTR KGTR Golden Triangle Regional Airport P-N 40,823
Gulfport / Biloxi GPT GPT KGPT Gulfport–Biloxi International Airport P-N 305,157
Jackson JAN JAN KJAN Jackson–Evers International Airport P-S 491,464
MISSOURI
Columbia COU COU KCOU Columbia Regional Airport P-N 65,014
Joplin JLN JLN KJLN Joplin Regional Airport P-N 27,930
Kansas City MCI MCI KMCI Kansas City International Airport (originally Mid-Continent International Airport) P-M 5,391,557
Springfield SGF SGF KSGF Springfield-Branson National Airport P-N 462,126
St. Louis STL STL KSTL St. Louis Lambert International Airport P-M 6,793,076
MONTANA
Billings BIL BIL KBIL Billings Logan International Airport P-S 423,213
Bozeman BZN BZN KBZN Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (was Gallatin Field Airport) P-S 553,245
Butte BTM BTM KBTM Bert Mooney Airport P-N 25,890
Great Falls GTF GTF KGTF Great Falls International Airport P-N 176,730
Helena HLN HLN KHLN Helena Regional Airport P-N 103,239
Kalispell GPI FCA KGPI Glacier Park International Airport P-N 247,816
Missoula MSO MSO KMSO Missoula International Airport P-S 381,582
Sidney SDY SDY KSDY Sidney–Richland Municipal Airport P-N 8,065
NEBRASKA
Grand Island GRI GRI KGRI Central Nebraska Regional Airport P-N 68,879
Lincoln LNK LNK KLNK Lincoln Airport (was Lincoln Municipal) P-N 162,876
Omaha OMA OMA KOMA Eppley Airfield P-M 2,127,387
NEVADA
Boulder City BVU BLD KBVU Boulder City Municipal Airport P-N 211,615
Elko EKO EKO KEKO Elko Regional Airport (J.C. Harris Field) P-N 14,893
Las Vegas LAS LAS KLAS McCarran International Airport P-L 22,833,267
Las Vegas / North Las Vegas VGT VGT KVGT North Las Vegas Airport P-N 15,828
Reno RNO RNO KRNO Reno/Tahoe International Airport P-S 1,771,864
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Lebanon LEB LEB KLEB Lebanon Municipal Airport P-N 10,245
Manchester MHT MHT KMHT Manchester–Boston Regional Airport P-S 995,403
Portsmouth PSM PSM KPSM Portsmouth International Airport at Pease P-N 73,247
NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City ACY ACY KACY Atlantic City International Airport P-S 589,091
Trenton TTN TTN KTTN Trenton Mercer Airport P-N 278,436
Newark EWR EWR KEWR Newark Liberty International Airport P-L 19,923,009
NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque ABQ ABQ KABQ Albuquerque International Sunport P-M 2,341,719
Hobbs HOB HOB KHOB Lea County Regional Airport P-N 14,707
Roswell ROW ROW KROW Roswell International Air Center P-N 44,378
Santa Fe SAF SAF KSAF Santa Fe Regional Airport P-N 71,252
NEW YORK
Albany ALB ALB KALB Albany International Airport P-S 1,393,666
Binghamton BGM BGM KBGM Greater Binghamton Airport (Edwin A. Link Field) P-N 33,425
Buffalo BUF BUF KBUF Buffalo Niagara International Airport P-M 2,348,512
Elmira / Corning ELM ELM KELM Elmira/Corning Regional Airport P-N 126,472
Farmingdale FRG FRG KFRG Republic Airport P-N 10,910
Islip ISP ISP KISP Long Island MacArthur Airport P-S 648,593
Ithaca ITH ITH KITH Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport P-N 97,212
New York JFK JFK KJFK John F. Kennedy International Airport (was New York International Airport) P-L 29,533,154
New York LGA LGA KLGA LaGuardia Airport (and Marine Air Terminal) P-L 14,614,802
Newburgh SWF SWF KSWF Stewart International Airport P-N 228,640
Niagara Falls IAG IAG KIAG Niagara Falls International Airport P-N 142,605
Plattsburgh PBG PBG KPBG Plattsburgh International Airport P-N 139,398
Rochester ROC ROC KROC Greater Rochester International Airport P-S 1,205,774
Syracuse SYR SYR KSYR Syracuse Hancock International Airport P-S 1,013,149
Watertown ART ART KART Watertown International Airport P-N 22,785
White Plains HPN HPN KHPN Westchester County Airport P-S 759,334
NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville AVL AVL KAVL Asheville Regional Airport P-N 416,939
Charlotte CLT CLT KCLT Charlotte/Douglas International Airport P-L 21,511,880
Concord JQF USA KJQF Concord Regional Airport P-N 90,338
Fayetteville FAY FAY KFAY Fayetteville Regional Airport (Grannis Field) P-N 224,541
Greensboro GSO GSO KGSO Piedmont Triad International Airport P-S 848,261
Greenville PGV PGV KPGV Pitt-Greenville Airport P-N 47,457
Jacksonville OAJ OAJ KOAJ Albert J. Ellis Airport P-N 149,987
New Bern EWN EWN KEWN Coastal Carolina Regional Airport (was Craven County Regional) P-N 106,110
Raleigh RDU RDU KRDU Raleigh-Durham International Airport P-M 5,401,714
Wilmington ILM ILM KILM Wilmington International Airport P-N 413,185
NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck BIS BIS KBIS Bismarck Municipal Airport P-N 273,980
Dickinson DIK DIK KDIK Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport P-N 16,822
Fargo FAR FAR KFAR Hector International Airport P-S 402,976
Grand Forks GFK GFK KGFK Grand Forks International Airport P-N 132,557
Minot MOT MOT KMOT Minot International Airport P-N 150,634
Williston ISN ISN KISN Sloulin Field International Airport P-N 68,829
OHIO
Akron / Canton CAK CAK KCAK Akron-Canton Regional Airport P-S 685,553
Cincinnati LUK LUK KLUK Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport P-N 25,706
Cleveland CLE CLE KCLE Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport P-M 4,083,476
Columbus CMH CMH KCMH John Glenn Columbus International Airport P-M 3,567,864
Columbus LCK LCK KLCK Rickenbacker International Airport P-N 102,751
Dayton DAY DAY KDAY James M. Cox Dayton International Airport P-S 1,019,922
Toledo TOL TOL KTOL Toledo Express Airport P-N 92,522
Youngstown / Warren YNG YNG KYNG Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport / Youngstown ARS P-N 53,633
OKLAHOMA
Lawton LAW LAW KLAW Lawton–Fort Sill Regional Airport P-N 51,088
Oklahoma City OKC OKC KOKC Will Rogers World Airport P-S 1,796,473
Tulsa TUL TUL KTUL Tulsa International Airport P-S 1,342,315
OREGON
Eugene EUG EUG KEUG Eugene Airport (Mahlon Sweet Field) P-N 483,224
Medford MFR MFR KMFR Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport P-N 401,469
North Bend OTH OTH KOTH Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (was North Bend Municipal) P-N 14,719
Portland PDX PDX KPDX Portland International Airport P-L 9,071,154
Redmond RDM RDM KRDM Redmond Municipal Airport (Roberts Field) P-N 306,517
PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown ABE ABE KABE Lehigh Valley International Airport (was Allentown–Bethlehem–Easton International Airport) P-N 324,511
Erie ERI ERI KERI Erie International Airport (Tom Ridge Field) P-N 87,647
Harrisburg / Middletown MDT MDT KMDT Harrisburg International Airport P-S 589,511
Latrobe LBE LBE KLBE Arnold Palmer Regional Airport P-N 146,127
Philadelphia PHL PHL KPHL Philadelphia International Airport P-L 14,564,419
Pittsburgh PIT PIT KPIT Pittsburgh International Airport P-M 3,986,114
State College UNV SCE KUNV University Park Airport P-N 134,312
Wilkes-Barre / Scranton AVP AVP KAVP Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport P-N 232,855
Williamsport IPT IPT KIPT Williamsport Regional Airport P-N 19,320
RHODE ISLAND
Block Island / New Shoreham BID BID KBID Block Island State Airport P-N 17,225
Providence / Warwick PVD PVD KPVD Theodore Francis Green State Airport P-S 1,803,000
Westerly WST WST KWST Westerly State Airport P-N 17,218
SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston CHS CHS KCHS Charleston International Airport / Charleston AFB P-S 1,811,695
Columbia CAE CAE KCAE Columbia Metropolitan Airport P-S 553,658
Florence FLO FLO KFLO Florence Regional Airport P-N 45,300
Greenville GSP GSP KGSP Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (Roger Milliken Field) P-S 991,276
Hilton Head Island HXD HHH KHXD Hilton Head Airport P-N 30,956
Myrtle Beach MYR MYR KMYR Myrtle Beach International Airport P-S 944,849
SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen ABR ABR KABR Aberdeen Regional Airport P-N 26,529
Rapid City RAP RAP KRAP Rapid City Regional Airport P-N 272,537
Sioux Falls FSD FSD KFSD Sioux Falls Regional Airport (Joe Foss Field) P-S 510,105
TENNESSEE
Bristol / Johnson City / Kingsport TRI TRI KTRI Tri-Cities Regional Airport (Tri-Cities Regional TN/VA) P-N 204,926
Chattanooga CHA CHA KCHA Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport (Lovell Field) P-N 422,442
Knoxville TYS TYS KTYS McGhee Tyson Airport P-S 887,103
Memphis MEM MEM KMEM Memphis International Airport P-S 2,016,089
Nashville BNA BNA KBNA Nashville International Airport (Berry Field) P-M 6,338,517
TEXAS
Abilene ABI ABI KABI Abilene Regional Airport P-N 84,809
Amarillo AMA AMA KAMA Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport P-N 334,815
Austin AUS AUS KAUS Austin-Bergstrom International Airport P-M 6,095,545
Beaumont / Port Arthur BPT BPT KBPT Jack Brooks Regional Airport (was Southeast Texas Regional) P-N 26,518
Brownsville BRO BRO KBRO Brownsville/South Padre Island International Airport P-N 120,151
College Station CLL CLL KCLL Easterwood Airport (Easterwood Field) P-N 78,907
Corpus Christi / Kingsville CRP CRP KCRP Corpus Christi International Airport P-N 325,815
Dallas DAL DAL KDAL Dallas Love Field P-M 7,554,596
Dallas-Fort Worth DFW DFW KDFW Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport P-L 31,283,579
El Paso ELP ELP KELP El Paso International Airport P-M 1,414,376
Fort Hood / Killeen / Temple GRK GRK KGRK Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport / Robert Gray Army Airfield P-N 157,161
Harlingen HRL HRL KHRL Valley International Airport P-N 263,760
Houston IAH IAH KIAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport P-L 20,062,072
Houston HOU HOU KHOU William P. Hobby Airport P-M 6,285,181
Laredo LRD LRD KLRD Laredo International Airport P-N 101,115
Longview GGG GGG KGGG East Texas Regional Airport P-N 22,480
Lubbock LBB LBB KLBB Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport P-S 448,093
McAllen MFE MFE KMFE McAllen Miller International Airport P-S 355,224
Midland MAF MAF KMAF Midland International Airport P-S 471,490
San Angelo SJT SJT KSJT San Angelo Regional Airport (Mathis Field) P-N 60,277
San Antonio SAT SAT KSAT San Antonio International Airport P-M 4,179,994
Tyler TYR TYR KTYR Tyler Pounds Regional Airport P-N 52,494
Waco ACT ACT KACT Waco Regional Airport P-N 64,356
Wichita Falls SPS SPS KSPS Wichita Falls Municipal Airport / Sheppard Air Force Base P-N 40,165
UTAH
Cedar City CDC CDC KCDC Cedar City Regional Airport P-N 14,413
Ogden OGD OGD KOGD Ogden-Hinckley Airport P-N 15,609
Provo PVU PVU KPVU Provo Municipal Airport P-N 78,451
Salt Lake City SLC SLC KSLC Salt Lake City International Airport P-L 11,143,738
St. George SGU SGU KSGU St. George Regional Airport (opened 2011) P-N [nb 3] 78,680
VERMONT
Burlington BTV BTV KBTV Burlington International Airport P-S 593,311
VIRGINIA
Charlottesville CHO CHO KCHO Charlottesville–Albemarle Airport P-N 295,930
Lynchburg LYH LYH KLYH Lynchburg Regional Airport (Preston Glenn Field) P-N 75,465
Newport News PHF PHF KPHF Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (Patrick Henry Field) P-N 199,421
Norfolk ORF ORF KORF Norfolk International Airport P-S 1,602,631
Richmond RIC RIC KRIC Richmond International Airport (Byrd Field) P-S 1,777,648
Roanoke ROA ROA KROA Roanoke Regional Airport (Woodrum Field) P-N 305,212
Washington, D.C. / Arlington County DCA DCA KDCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport P-L 11,470,854
Washington, D.C. / Dulles / Chantilly IAD IAD KIAD Washington Dulles International Airport P-L 10,596,942
WASHINGTON
Bellingham BLI BLI KBLI Bellingham International Airport P-S 415,285
Friday Harbor FHR FRD KFHR Friday Harbor Airport P-N 12,831
Pasco PSC PSC KPSC Tri-Cities Airport P-N 374,301
Pullman / Moscow, Idaho PUW PUW KPUW Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport P-N 61,833
Seattle BFI BFI KBFI King County International Airport (Boeing Field) P-N 17,795
Seattle / Tacoma (SeaTac) SEA SEA KSEA Seattle–Tacoma International Airport P-L 21,887,110
Spokane GEG GEG KGEG Spokane International Airport (Geiger Field) P-S 1,570,652
Walla Walla ALW ALW KALW Walla Walla Regional Airport P-N 47,439
Wenatchee EAT EAT KEAT Pangborn Memorial Airport P-N 60,068
Yakima YKM YKM KYKM Yakima Air Terminal (McAllister Field) P-N 70,993
WEST VIRGINIA
Bridgeport CKB KCKB CKB North Central West Virginia Airport P-S 10,694
Charleston CRW CRW KCRW Yeager Airport P-N 213,412
Clarksburg CKB CKB KCKB North Central West Virginia Airport (was Harrison-Marion Regional) P-N 26,025
Huntington HTS HTS KHTS Tri-State Airport (Milton J. Ferguson Field) P-N 98,489
Morgantown MGW MGW KMGW Morgantown Municipal Airport (Walter L. Bill Hart Field) P-N 7,851
WISCONSIN
Appleton ATW ATW KATW Appleton International Airport P-N 692,000
Eau Claire EAU EAU KEAU Chippewa Valley Regional Airport P-N 21,304
Green Bay GRB GRB KGRB Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport P-N 292,868
La Crosse LSE LSE KLSE La Crosse Regional Airport P-N 94,047
Madison MSN MSN KMSN Dane County Regional Airport (Truax Field) P-S 903,155
Milwaukee MKE MKE KMKE Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport P-M 3,327,536
Mosinee CWA CWA KCWA Central Wisconsin Airport P-N 119,222
Rhinelander RHI RHI KRHI Rhinelander–Oneida County Airport P-N 20,414
WYOMING
Casper CPR CPR KCPR Casper/Natrona County International Airport P-N 92,805
Cody COD COD KCOD Yellowstone Regional Airport P-N 40,340
Gillette GCC GCC KGCC Gillette–Campbell County Airport P-N 28,383
Jackson JAC JAC KJAC Jackson Hole Airport P-N 342,044
Laramie LAR LAR KLAR Laramie Regional Airport P-N 15,957
Rock Springs RKS RKS KRKS Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport (Rock Springs–Sweetwater County Airport) P-N 16,110
AMERICAN SAMOA
Pago Pago, Tutuila PPG PPG NSTU Pago Pago International Airport P-N 65,439
GUAM
Agana / Tamuning GUM GUM PGUM Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport P-S 1,444,299
NORTHERN MARIANAS
Obyan, Saipan Island GSN SPN PGSN Saipan International Airport (Francisco C. Ada) P-S 430,275
Rota Island GRO ROP PGRO Rota International Airport P-N 19,178
Tinian Island TNI TIQ PGWT Tinian International Airport (West Tinian) P-N 38,452
PUERTO RICO
Aguadilla BQN BQN TJBQ Rafael Hernández International Airport P-N 257,871
Ceiba RVR NRR TJRV José Aponte de la Torre Airport P-N 43,005
Culebra CPX CPX TJCP Benjamín Rivera Noriega Airport P-N 31,141
Ponce PSE PSE TJPS Mercedita International Airport P-N 105,804
San Juan / Carolina SJU SJU TJSJ Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport P-M 4,343,354
San Juan / Miramar SIG SIG TJIG Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport (Isla Grande Airport) P-N 24,054
Vieques VQS VQS TJVQ Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport P-N 63,104
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas STT STT TIST Cyril E. King Airport P-S 729,382
Christiansted, St. Croix STX STX TISX Henry E. Rohlsen Airport P-N 196,047

See also

References

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA):

Also see individual state lists for additional references.

Footnotes

  1. ^ Mammoth Yosemite Airport is listed as a general aviation airport in the NPIAS (2011–2015), but is a commercial service – primary airport based on 2013 enplanements.
  2. ^ Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport opened 2010, replacing Panama City–Bay County International Airport.
  3. ^ St. George Municipal Airport relocated in 2011; its former location was categorized as a commercial service - primary airport in the 2011-2015 NPIAS.
American Airlines

American Airlines, Inc. (AA) is a major American airline headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. It is the world's largest airline when measured by fleet size, revenue, scheduled passengers carried, scheduled passenger-kilometers flown, and number of destinations served. American, together with its regional partners, operates an extensive international and domestic network with almost 6,700 flights per day to nearly 350 destinations in more than 50 countries. American Airlines is a founding member of Oneworld alliance, the third largest airline alliance in the world. Regional service is operated by independent and subsidiary carriers under the brand name American Eagle.American and American Eagle operates out of ten hubs, with Dallas/Fort Worth being its largest; handling more than 200 million passengers annually with an average of more than 500,000 passengers daily. American operates its primary maintenance base in Tulsa in addition to the maintenance locations located at its hubs. As of 2017, the company employs nearly 130,000 people. Through the airline's parent company, American Airlines Group, it is publicly traded under NASDAQ: AAL with a market capitalization of about $25 billion as of 2017, and included in the S&P 500 index.

Continental Airlines

Continental Airlines was a major United States airline founded in 1934 and eventually headquartered in Houston, Texas. It had ownership interests and brand partnerships with several carriers.

Continental started out as one of the smaller carriers in the United States, known for its limited operations under the regulated era. Post 1978, Continental grew into one of the country's largest carriers despite facing financial troubles and other issues, eventually becoming one of the more successful airlines in the United States.

The airline merged with UAL Corporation (the parent company of United Airlines) via a stock swap in 2010. Continental's shares were acquired by UAL Corporation; the re-organized holding company was renamed United Continental Holdings. During the integration period, each airline ran a separate operation under the direction of a combined leadership team, based in Chicago. The integration was completed on March 3, 2012. Although the merged airline retained the United name, it uses Continental's operating certificate and livery.

Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL), typically referred as Delta, is a major American airline, with its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. The airline, along with its subsidiaries and regional affiliates, operates over 5,400 flights daily and serves an extensive domestic and international network that includes 304 destinations in 52 countries on six continents, as of October 2018. Delta is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance. Regional service is operated under the brand name Delta Connection. One of the four remaining legacy carriers, Delta is the sixth-oldest operating airline by foundation date, and the oldest airline still operating in the United States. Among predecessors of today's Delta Air Lines, Western Airlines and Northwest Airlines began flying passengers in 1926 and 1927, respectively.

Delta has eight hubs, with Atlanta being its largest in terms of total passengers and number of departures. It is the world's second largest airline in terms of scheduled passengers carried, revenue passenger-kilometers flown and fleet size. In 2018, Delta ranked No. 75 in the Fortune 500 list of the largest American corporations by total revenue.

FedEx Express

FedEx Express, formerly Federal Express, is a cargo airline based in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. It is the world's largest airline in terms of freight tons flown and the world's ninth largest in terms of fleet size. It is a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation, delivering packages and freight to more than 375 destinations in nearly every country each day.Its headquarters are in Memphis with its global "SuperHub" located at Memphis International Airport. In the United States, FedEx Express has a national hub at Indianapolis International Airport. Regional hubs are located at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Oakland International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, Fort Worth Alliance Airport, Piedmont Triad International Airport, and Miami International Airport. International regional hubs are located at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, Kansai International Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Cologne Bonn Airport and Liège Airport. There are a total of 12 air hubs in the company's worldwide network.

Gerardo Hernandez Airport Security Act of 2014

The Gerardo Hernandez Airport Security Act of 2014 (H.R. 4802) is a bill that would direct the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to undertake a variety of activities aimed at enhancing security at airports where the TSA performs or oversees security-related activities. The bill would require the TSA to verify that all such airports have appropriate response plans, to share best practices with each airport, and to report to Congress on the capacity of law enforcement, fire, and medical response teams to communicate and respond to security threats at airports.The bill was introduced into the United States House of Representatives during the 113th United States Congress. It did not pass.

The bill was reintroduced in the 114th United States Congress and passed as the Gerardo Hernandez Airport Security Act of 2015.(H.R. 720, Pub.L. 114–50)

Grant Aviation

Grant Aviation is a regional airline that serves the town of Kenai, the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Bristol Bay and the Aleutian Chain in Alaska. The airline was formed in 1971 as Delta Air Services based in Emmonak. The current owners are Bruce McGlasson and Mark "Woody" Richardson, who purchased the airline in 2004.

Index of United States Virgin Islands-related articles

The following is an alphabetical list of articles related to the territory of the United States Virgin Islands.

List of airlines of the United States

This is a list of airlines which have an air operator's certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States.

Note:Destinations in bold indicate primary hubs, those in italic indicate secondary hubs, while those with regular font indicate focus cities.

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List of airports

An airport is an aerodrome with facilities for flights to take off and land. Airports often have facilities to store and maintain aircraft, and a control tower. An airport consists of a landing area, which comprises an aerially accessible open space including at least one operationally active surface such as a runway for a plane to take off or a helipad, and often includes adjacent utility buildings such as control towers, hangars and terminals.

An airport with a helipad for rotorcraft but no runway is called a heliport. An airport for use by seaplanes and amphibious aircraft is called a seaplane base. Such a base typically includes a stretch of open water for takeoffs and landings, and seaplane docks for tying-up.

An international airport has additional facilities for customs and immigration.

List of airports by IATA code: A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

See also: List of airports by ICAO codeBy country: see Category:Lists of airports by country

By metropolitan area: see Category:Airports by city

List of eponyms of airports (airports named after people)

Lists of military installations

Lists of the World's busiest airports:

by aircraft movements

by cargo traffic

by passenger traffic

by international passenger traffic

Worldwide list of airports with scheduled commercial service, see: Airline destinations

List of airports in United States minor islands

List of airports in the United States Minor Outlying Islands of Oceania, listed alphabetically.

For a list sorted by ICAO code, see List of airports by ICAO code: PNote: not to be confused with Henderson Field (Guadalcanal) on Guadalcanal Island in the Solomon Islands; renamed as Honiara International Airport in 2003.

List of airports in the United States Virgin Islands

This is a list of airports in the United States Virgin Islands (a U.S. territory), grouped by type and sorted by location. It contains all public-use and military airports. Some private-use and former airports may be included where notable, such as airports that were previously public-use, those with commercial enplanements recorded by the FAA or airports assigned an IATA airport code.

List of defunct airlines of the United States

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List of defunct airlines of the United States Virgin Islands

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List of the busiest airports in the United States

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Piedmont Airlines

Piedmont Airlines, Inc. is an American regional airline operating for American Eagle, formerly US Airways Express. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the American Airlines Group, headquartered in unincorporated Wicomico County, Maryland, near the city of Salisbury. It conducts flight operations using Embraer ERJ 145 aircraft. Piedmont Airlines, Inc. also provides ground handling and customer service for airports in the Northeastern & Western parts of the United States. Its main base is Philadelphia International Airport with an additional hub at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

US Airways

US Airways (formerly known as USAir) was a major American airline that ceased to operate independently when the Federal Aviation Administration granted a single operating certificate (SOC) for US Airways and American Airlines on April 8, 2015. Publicly, the two carriers appeared to merge when their reservations systems and booking processes were merged on October 17, 2015; however, other systems were still separate at that time. The airline had an extensive international and domestic network, with 193 destinations in 24 countries in North America, South America, Europe, and the Middle East. The airline was a member of the Star Alliance, before becoming an affiliate member of Oneworld in March 2014. US Airways utilized a fleet of 343 mainline jet aircraft, as well as 278 regional jet and turbo-prop aircraft operated by contract and subsidiary airlines under the name US Airways Express via code sharing agreements.

The carrier operated the US Airways Shuttle, a US Airways brand which provided hourly service between Logan International Airport in Boston, LaGuardia Airport in New York City, and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C. As of October 2013, US Airways employed 32,312 people worldwide and operated 3,028 daily flights (1,241 US Airways Mainline, 1,790 US Airways Express) Roughly 60% of US Airways flights were operated by US Airways Express.In 1979, after passage of the Airline Deregulation Act, Allegheny Airlines changed its name to USAir and began seeking to expand its operations. A decade later, it had acquired Piedmont Airlines and Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA), and was one of the U.S.'s seven remaining transcontinental legacy carriers. In 2005, America West Airlines carried out a reverse merger, acquiring the assets and branding of the larger US Airways while putting the America West leadership team largely in charge of the merged airline.

In February 2013, American Airlines and US Airways announced plans to merge, creating the largest airline in the world. The holding companies of American and US Airways merged effective December 9, 2013. In preparation for their eventual integration, the airlines began offering reciprocal frequent flyer benefits on January 7, 2014, and US Airways left Star Alliance to join Oneworld on March 31, 2014. The combined airline carries the American Airlines name and branding and will maintain the existing US Airways hubs in Charlotte, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Washington for a period of at least five years under the terms of a settlement with the Department of Justice and several state attorneys general. US Airways management runs the combined airline from the American headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas. On April 8, 2015, the FAA officially granted a single operating certificate for both carriers, marking the end of US Airways as an independent carrier. The brand continued to exist until October.On July 13, 2015, American announced that it planned to discontinue the US Airways brand name on October 17, 2015. On that date, US Airways made the final flight for the airline from San Francisco to Philadelphia with stops at Phoenix and Charlotte, operating as Flight 1939—with 1939 commemorating the birth of All American Aviation, which evolved over the decades to become US Airways. However, repainting of US Airways' planes into the American Airlines scheme was expected to take until "late 2016", with new flight attendant uniforms also being introduced in 2016, at which point the US Airways brand was to no longer be displayed on any of its former planes, employees or assets.

William P. Hobby Airport

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Houston Hobby is a major focus city for Southwest Airlines, which operates international and domestic flights from HOU. Houston Hobby is the fifth largest airport in Southwest's network as of December 2017. Hobby is classified as a medium-sized airport, and is currently the third-largest of this airport classification in terms of passengers (behind only St. Louis and Nashville, in that order). Southwest opened its first international terminal at Houston Hobby, and began service from Houston Hobby to Mexico and Central and South America on October 15, 2015.The airport covers 1,304 acres (528 ha) and has four runways. Its original art deco terminal building, which was the first passenger airline terminal in Houston, now houses the 1940 Air Terminal Museum.

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