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U.S. Airports That Face Closure Under Looming Automatic Spending Cuts

Congress Needs Sensible Way to Ease Budget Deficits

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Code Airport City State Staff Passengers*
SAV Savannah/Hilton Head International Savannah GA 28 785,251
ISP Long Island MacArthur Ronkonkoma NY 19 781,396
SFB Orlando Sanford International Sanford FL 19 768,938
PSP Palm Springs International Palm Springs CA 13 759,510
PNS Pensacola Regional Pensacola FL 15 750,190
MSN Dane County Regional-Truax Field Madison WI 28 741,365
ICT Wichita Mid-Continent Wichita KS 41 740,675
ACY Atlantic City International Egg Harbor Township NJ 28 668,930
SRQ Sarasota/Bradenton International Sarasota FL 15 657,157
MDT Harrisburg International Middletown PA 28 655,294
BTV Burlington International South Burlington VT 20 636,018
JAN Jackson-Evers International Jackson MS 19 615,622
FAT Fresno Yosemite International Fresno CA 32 615,320
HSV Huntsville International-Carl T Jones Field Huntsville AL 26 614,601
ITO Hilo International Hilo HI 19 605,101
LEX Blue Grass Lexington KY 24 533,952
PHF Newport News/Williamsburg International Newport News VA 16 516,789
LBB Lubbock Preston Smith International Lubbock TX 24 503,580
CAE Columbia Metropolitan Columbia SC 31 487,474
MAF Midland International Midland TX 28 474,423
FNT Bishop International Flint MI 21 473,113
FAI Fairbanks International Fairbanks AK 18 438,188
CID The Eastern Iowa Cedar Rapids IA 18 431,874
ABE Lehigh Valley International Allentown PA 29 428,332
FSD Joe Foss Field Sioux Falls SD 20 418,521
MLI Quad City International Moline IL 18 412,470
PIE St Petersburg-Clearwater International Clearwater FL 17 412,136
BIL Billings Logan International Billings MT 20 407,375
BTR Baton Rouge Metropolitan, Ryan Field Baton Rouge LA 23 396,403
GPT Gulfport-Biloxi International Gulfport MS 25 395,350
ILM Wilmington International Wilmington NC 21 395,156
EUG Mahlon Sweet Field Eugene OR 25 393,504
AMA Rick Husband Amarillo International Amarillo TX 19 392,815
SBA Santa Barbara Municipal Goleta CA 37 367,328
AVL Asheville Regional Fletcher NC 19 361,617
GRB Austin Straubel International Green Bay WI 29 352,157
SGF Springfield-Branson National Springfield MO 32 349,091
FAR Hector International Fargo ND 22 346,284
PSC Tri-Cities Pasco WA 20 327,008
CRP Corpus Christi International Corpus Christi TX 46 322,903
ROA Roanoke Regional/Woodrum Field Roanoke VA 34 320,961
TLH Tallahassee Regional Tallahassee FL 23 305,686
SBN South Bend Regional South Bend IN 25 304,988
CHA Lovell Field Chattanooga TN 22 304,399
JNU Juneau International Juneau AK 12 303,628
MOB Mobile Regional Mobile AL 30 288,461
CRW Yeager Charleston WV 25 282,704
DAB Daytona Beach International Daytona Beach FL 56 274,166
FWA Fort Wayne International Fort Wayne IN 26 272,796
AGS Augusta Regional at Bush Field Augusta GA 19 267,631
BGR Bangor International Bangor ME 22 266,373
SHV Shreveport Regional Shreveport LA 26 265,104
FAY Fayetteville Regional/Grannis Field Fayetteville NC 26 259,445
PIA Greater Peoria Regional Peoria IL 22 249,898
AVP Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Avoca PA 23 228,367
LFT Lafayette Regional Lafayette LA 26 222,795
ASE Aspen-Pitkin County/Sardy Field Aspen CO 13 221,256
TRI Tri-Cities Regional TN/VA Blountville TN 22 220,586
BIS Bismarck Municipal Bismarck ND 17 197,167
MGM Montgomery Regional (Dannelly Field) Montgomery AL 19 188,177
LAN Capital City Lansing MI 25 186,341
MRY Monterey Peninsula Monterey CA 12 181,640
GCN Grand Canyon National Park Grand Canyon AZ 9 172,972
TVC Cherry Capital Traverse City MI 11 170,977
EVV Evansville Regional Evansville IN 30 169,426
GTF Great Falls International Great Falls MT 14 168,158
ACK Nantucket Memorial Nantucket MA 15 164,032
ELM Elmira/Corning Regional Horseheads NY 17 152,582
AZO Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Kalamazoo MI 21 148,634
BFL Meadows Field Bakersfield CA 24 148,347
DLH Duluth International Duluth MN 21 146,578
MBS MBS International Freeland MI 18 136,594
LNK Lincoln Lincoln NE 15 131,215
GFK Grand Forks International Grand Forks ND 23 118,872
ERI Erie International/Tom Ridge Field Erie PA 21 112,749
HTS Tri-State/Milton J. Ferguson Field Huntington WV 20 112,522
RST Rochester International Rochester MN 20 110,295
BGM Greater Binghamton/Edwin A Link Field Johnson City NY 16 108,172
MLU Monroe Regional Monroe LA 13 107,290
STS Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Santa Rosa CA 10 102,414
HLN Helena Regional Helena MT 14 100,695
RFD Chicago/Rockford International Rockford IL 28 96,248
FSM Fort Smith Regional Fort Smith AR 31 84,136
CMI University of Illinois-Willard Savoy IL 23 83,731
TOL Toledo Express Swanton OH 24 81,127
ABI Abilene Regional Abilene TX 26 80,434
CSG Columbus Metropolitan Columbus GA 9 78,718
CPR Casper/Natrona County International Casper WY 15 77,758
SPI Abraham Lincoln Capital Springfield IL 19 71,862
FLO Florence Regional Florence SC 16 68,169
LCH Lake Charles Regional Lake Charles LA 20 61,325
ACT Waco Regional Waco TX 22 61,164
SCK Stockton Metropolitan Stockton CA 12 56,044
CRQ McClellan-Palomar Carlsbad CA 18 45,518
TWF Joslin Field – Magic Valley Regional Twin Falls ID 12 38,533
ROW Roswell International Air Center Roswell NM 17 37,262
YNG Youngstown-Warren Regional Vienna OH 22 37,048
BFI Boeing Field/King County International Seattle WA 24 34,434
SUX Sioux Gateway/Col. Bud Day Field Sioux City IA 13 28,137
PUB Pueblo Memorial Pueblo CO 16 22,470
ALO Waterloo Regional Waterloo IA 17 22,297
GGG East Texas Regional Longview TX 20 21,112
MRI Merrill Field Anchorage AK 13 14,261
MKG Muskegon County Muskegon MI 22 14,101
BPT Southeast Texas Regional Beaumont TX 12 13,670

 

Passengers* indicates the total number of passengers boarded at this airport every year.

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