List of airports in Vermont

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This is a list of airports in Vermont (a U.S. state), grouped by type and sorted by location. It contains all public-use and military airports in the state. 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.


This list contains the following information:

  • City served – The city generally associated with the airport, as per the airport's master record with the Federal Aviation Administration. This is not always the actual location since some airports are located in smaller towns outside of the city they serve. It is not meant to be a complete list of cities served, which can be found in or added to each airport's Wikipedia article.
  • Airport name – The official airport name. Those shown in bold indicate the airport has scheduled passenger service on commercial airlines.
  • Role – One of four FAA airport categories, as per the 2011–2015 National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) report released October 2010:
    • P-s: Commercial service – primary are publicly owned airports that receive scheduled passenger service and have more than 10,000 passenger boardings (enplanements) each year. Each primary airport is sub-classified by the FAA as one of the following four "hub" types (s):
      • L: Large hub that accounts for at least 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • M: Medium hub that accounts for between 0.25% and 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • S: Small hub that accounts for between 0.05% and 0.25% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • N: Nonhub that accounts for less than 0.05% of total U.S. passenger enplanements, but more than 10,000 annual enplanements.
    • CS: Commercial service – nonprimary are publicly owned airports that receive scheduled passenger service and have at least 2,500 passenger boardings each year.
    • R: Reliever airports are designated by the FAA to relieve congestion at a large commercial service airport and to provide more general aviation access to the overall community.
    • GA: General aviation airports are the largest single group of airports in the U.S. airport system.
  • Enpl. – The number of enplanements (commercial passenger boardings) that occurred at the airport in calendar year 2010, as per FAA records released October 2011.
City served FAA IATA ICAO Airport name Role Enpl.
Commercial Service – Primary airports
Burlington BTV BTV KBTV Burlington International Airport P-S 640,790
Commercial Service – Nonprimary airports
Rutland RUT RUT KRUT Rutland – Southern Vermont Regional Airport (was Rutland State) CS 5,530
General Aviation airports
Barre / Montpelier MPV MPV KMPV Edward F. Knapp State Airport GA 9
Bennington DDH KDDH William H. Morse State Airport GA 6
Highgate FSO KFSO Franklin County State Airport GA
Lyndonville CDA LLX KCDA Caledonia County Airport (was Caledonia County State) GA
Middlebury 6B0 Middlebury State Airport GA 13
Morrisville MVL MVL KMVL Morrisville–Stowe State Airport GA 10
Newport EFK EFK KEFK Newport State Airport GA
Post Mills 2B9 Post Mills Airport GA
Springfield VSF VSF KVSF Hartness State Airport GA 34
Warren 0B7 Warren–Sugarbush Airport GA
Other public-use airports (not listed in NPIAS)
Island Pond 5B1 John H. Boylan State Airport
Shelburne VT8 Shelburne Airport
Vergennes B06 Basin Harbor Airport
West Dover 4V8 Deerfield Valley Regional Airport (was Mount Snow)
Notable private-use airports
Colchester 48VT Cub Cove Seaplane Base
Notable former airports
Burlington Fort Ethan Allen Army Airfield [1]
Fair Haven 1B3 Fair Haven Municipal Airport (closed 2009?) GA
North Windham 3N3 Robin's Nest Airport (North Windham Airport) (closed 2001?) [2] [3]
Windsor Miller Airport (closed 1984–1988) [4]

See also[edit]


Federal Aviation Administration (FAA):

Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans):

Other sites used as a reference when compiling and updating this list: