Vermont has an international airport in the capital, Burlington, and numerous regional airports, putting you close to vacation and tourism favorites
such as Stowe, Killington, Woodstock, Stratton and other Vermont towns.
Burlington International Airport Photo by MARK'N MARKUS
Burlington International Airport (BTV) is a joint-use civil-military airport in Chittenden County, Vermont It is owned by the City of Burlington, Vermont's
largest municipality. The airport is situated in South Burlington, three nautical miles east of Burlington's central business district.
BTV is located near Burlington, Vermont, 10 minutes from Lake Champlain and 1 hour from 5 world-class resorts. Having recently experienced a $
15 million expansion, the airport enjoys a reputation for easy access, excellent on-time recording and direct flights to several major cities. Carriers at the airport
include Continental Express, Delta, JetBlue, United and US Airways in 2011.
- List of US Airlines
Burlington International Airport includes 942 acres at an elevation of 335 feet above mean sea level. There are two runways:
Runway 15/33 is 8,319 by 150 feet with an asphalt and concrete surface.
Runway 1/19 is 4,112 by 75 feet with an asphalt surface.
Rutland – Southern Vermont Regional Airport (RUT), is a state-owned, public use airport
situated five nautical miles south of the central business district of Rutland, a city in Rutland County, Vermont. Situated in North Clarendon, it was
previously called Rutland State Airport.
Rutland – Southern Vermont Regional Airport consists of of 345 acres at an elevation of 787 above mean sea level.
There are two asphalt paved runways: - List of US Airlines
Runway 01/19 is 5,303 x 100 feet and there is a 300-foot EMAS arresting system at the end.
Runway 13/31 is 3,170 x 75 feet.
Many business and leisure travelers prefer the Rutland airport for its easier accessibility, and connecting to the rest of the world is not a problem
thanks to daily flights to Boston. The State Airport is located in the heart of the beautiful Green Mountains, 8 km south of Rutland, Vermont's second largest city. In
addition to charter airlines, Rutland is served by Cape Air and JetBlue (as of 2011).
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