1. Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport https://acukwik.com/Airport-Info/KOPF is 10 minutes from Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins, and 35 minutes from Marlin Park, home of the Florida Marlins. A reliever airport to Miami International Airport, it is served by three fixed base operators, including Atlantic Aviation, Fontainebleau Aviation and Signature Flight Support. Credit: Miami-Dade Aviation Department
Teterboro Airport, New Jersey
2. Teterboro Airport, https://acukwik.com/Airport-Info/KTEB located 12 miles from midtown Manhattan, is a reliever general aviation airport served by four FBOs. They include Atlantic Aviation, Meridian Teterboro, and three Signature Flight Locations, including Signature Flight Support East, Signature Flight Support, South and Signature Flight Support West, according to Ac-U-Kwik. Photo credit: James Albright
William P. Hobby Airport, Houston
3. William P. Hobby Airport, https://acukwik.com/Airport-Info/khou located seven miles from downtown Houston, is a center for corporate and private aviation. The airport was Houston’s primary commercial airport until what is now George Bush International Airport opened in 1969. William P. Hobby Airport is served by Atlantic Aviation, Jet Aviation Houston, Galaxy FBO (shown here), Million Air, Signature Flight Support and Wilson Air Center Houston. Credit: Galaxy FBO
Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport
4. Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport https://acukwik.com/airport-info/KFLL is one of three airports serving the Miami metropolitan area. It is located three miles southwest of the city center of Ft. Lauderdale and 21 miles north of Miami. The airport is served by four FBOs, including Jetscape Services, Sheltair, National Jets and Signature Flight Support. Photo credit: Signature Flight Support
Van Nuys Airport
5. Van Nuys Airport https://acukwik.com/Airport-Info/KVNY, located in Van Nuys, California, announced the completion of a $35.5 million, 15-month project to rehabilitate Taxiway A in July. The work expands the 8,000-ft. taxiway’s pavement life by 20 years. The work, completed in 12 phases, was 90% federal funded with two airport improvement grants. The airport is served by five FBOs, including Castle & Cooke Aviation, Clay Lacy Aviation, Jet Aviation Van Nuys, Signature Flight Support West and Signature Flight Support East, and The Park. Credit: Los Angeles World Airport
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Molly McMillin, a 25-year aviation journalist, is managing editor of business aviation for the Aviation Week Network and editor-in-chief of The Weekly of Business Aviation, an Aviation Week market intelligence report.