General Aviation Airports

General aviation airports see steady growth

The MAC’s general aviation airports provide a base for 31 direct commercial operators, nearly 1,250 aircraft, and a network of renowned aviation businesses that support on-demand business flights, charter services, flight training, medical services, aircraft maintenance, as well as recreation and private flying. Nearly 30 MAC employees and hundreds of private employees support the activity at the general aviation airports.

Five MAC general aviation airports have community and industry advisory commissions. These commissions met several times in 2023 to discuss airport development, aircraft operations and noise concerns.

The MAC is well positioned to serve the growth in recreation and corporate flying activity, and to accommodate millions of dollars in new private investments that expand services and facilities for airport tenants and users.