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Due to its quality infrastructure, intermodal capabilities, massive size and strategic location, Plattsburgh International Airport offers exciting opportunities for aviation-related businesses of all kinds.

Infrastructure

Created from the former Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Plattsburgh International Airport offers exceptional infrastructure, including:

  • An 11,750 foot concrete runway with 1,000 feet of paved overrun at each end
  • A 12 million square foot concrete ramp for parking and staging aircraft (240 acres of concrete)
  • Around the clock access to runways and taxiways. No curfews or restrictions
  • 1.5 million square feet of aviation related industrial space
  • 110 acres of developable industrial land, with more nearby
  • Over 200 acres of developable ramp space
  • Several 24,000 square foot hangars available for use
  • Easy access to Interstate-87, with its own interchange (Exit 36)
  • On-site rail access to the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway between Montréal and New York
  • On-site broadband fiber optic network
  • Municipal water and sewer service
  • Natural gas service from NYSEG

To learn more about Plattsburgh International Airport, email us or call 518.563.1000.

FBO

Plattsburgh International Airport has a world class Fixed Base Operator - Eagle Aviation - ready to meet all of your needs for fuel and other ground services.

Passenger Terminal

Our two-floor passenger terminal was designed to handle several types and sizes of aircrafts, with several special features. Plattsburgh has quickly established itself as the secondary airport for nearby Montréal: “Montreal’s U.S. Airport”, and in 2018, Plattsburgh saw more than 150,000 enplanements. To learn more about Plattsburgh International Airport, email us or call 518.563.1000.

Incentives and Assistance

Plattsburgh International Airport is a designated Foreign Trade Zone and an economic development priority for New York State. Assistance is available in a number of forms, from financing support to workforce training.

Depending on the nature of your business, Plattsburgh International Airport will also help identify other potential forms of assistance, including financing options, meeting your workforce needs, visa requirements and all other aspects of successfully launching your operation at Plattsburgh International Airport.

Workforce Training and Recruitment

Plattsburgh is one of North America’s hubs for transportation equipment production including Bombardier and Volvo/Nova Bus. This means a ready workforce with the right training for your company including Plattsburgh Aeronautical Institute, an FAA-certified A&P Mechanics’ School. Contact us for more information on our comprehensive Aerospace and Transportation Workforce Strategy.

For more information, email us or call us toll free at 518.563.1000.

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When flying into Plattsburgh visitors find themselves on the Adirondack Coast. The Adirondack Coast stretches across the western shores of Lake Champlain shouldered by New York’s Adirondack Mountains and the Green Mountains of Vermont.

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