Private Jet Charter Airports
Did you know there are over 5,000 airports in the U.S., but commercial airlines only provide service to/from 550 of them?
General aviation airports are those not classified as commercial service airports. While even small turboprops have the same privileges as large airliners, at large commercial airports, most private chartered and small commercial aircrafts use general aviation airports. This is to avoid the traffic of busy or more congested commercial airports.
They form the largest group of airports in the U.S.. Including privately owned public-use airports that receive scheduled airline service. More than 75% of all takeoffs and landings in the U.S. today occur at these smaller airports. Mostly made up of corporate jets and aircrafts owned by a person or for their personal or business use.