Airports in Vermont
There are 18 public airports in Vermont. The Vermont airports witness a large number of people coming to explore the scenic beauty of the state. The airports in Vermont are well maintained and well connected to rest of the USA.
Of the many public and private airports in Vermont, the Burlington International Airport at Burlington is the only international airport in Vermont state. This is also the busiest of all the commercial airports in Vermont. It serves more than 700,000 passengers annually. The airport is growing at an annual rate of 9% and is the USA’s second fastest growing airport. The airport is easily accessible from New York, Montreal, Syracuse and Boston.
The airport has state-of-the-art facilities for its passengers. It has a snack bar and a restaurant, news and gifts shops that sell Vermont specialties, and relaxing areas with easy chairs, couches and coffee tables. It also has a video arcade, coin vending machines, newsstands, elevators, and information booths. One of the terminals has an area where local and national art exhibits are on display. These are rotated, and fresh pieces are put up at various intervals. The flights from this airport connect to many major cities. The airlines that serve this airport are Continental Airlines, US Airways, JetBlue, Delta Airlines, Northwest Airlink, and United Airways.
Here’s a look at some of the popular airports in Vermont:
William H. Morse State Airport
As a state-owned public use airport, the William H-Morse State Airport is located three miles west of the central business district of Bennington, which is a town in Bennington County, Vermont, United States. Also, known as “Southwest Vermont,s Airport”, the airport is basically a base of operations for New England Airmotive.
Middlebury State Airport
As a public use airport in Addison County, Vermont, Middlebury State Airport is owned by the State of Vermont and is situated three nautical miles southeast of the central business district of the Town of Middlebury. Unlike other US airport, this airport has been assigned 6BO by the FAA and doesn,t have any designation from the IATA.
John H. Boylan State Airport
This is a state owned, public use airport and is located three nautical miles southeast of the central business district of Island Pond, in Essex County, Vermont, United States. The airport has been named after John H. Boylan, a politician who served as President pro tempore of the Vermont State Senate.
Maps of Major Airports in Vermont
List of Airports in Vermont
|Airport Name||Airport Code||City||Country||Type||Coordinates|
|Burlington International Airport||BTV||Burlington||Vermont||International||44°28′19″N 073°09′12″W|
|Rutland – Southern Vermont Regional Airport||RUT||Rutland||Vermont||Domestic||43°31′48″N 072°56′59″W|
|John H. Boylan State Airport||—||Island Pond||Vermont||—||44°47′24″N 071°49′35″W|
|Deerfield Valley Regional Airport||—||West Dover||Vermont||Domestic||42°55′38″N 072°51′56″W|