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Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:24 am

Out of curiosity, what is the smallest US airport with commercial service? I would think that it would probably be somewhere like EGE or GUC, but then I found this one:


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Durango, Colorado with service to Denver and Phoenix. Are there any smaller ones?
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:42 am

Eric, is this a thread to plug yourself??

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:43 am

Actually no it is not,

Would you like me to find the pictures from EGE, GUC, and other small airports?
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:52 am

I saying Bullhead City, AZ, or Lake Havasu City, AZ, and maybe Scottsdale, AZ could be the smallest with commercial carriers operating there.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:54 am

Durango IS extremely tiny. UAX has been there for years and years tho.

MAX started serving there with 328s but then WP swapped in mainline service with 733s during the ski season. WP was really able to capitalize on that market in a way UA has never been able to.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:59 am

UA never able to capitalize on the market?

Actually every UAX flight I've been on between DRO and DEN has been almost completely full, and by almost I mean one empty seat.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 8:06 am

How about Montrose, CO? Pretty small, and with Jetstream service on UAX, and on Skywest (to SLC) I think.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 8:08 am

How are we measuring small? By number of flights? By number of passengers? By number of destinations?
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 8:19 am

Some of those cities in Montana that live on by the EAS subsidies and Big Sky Airlines are pretty small I bet. Places like Wolf Point, Havre, Lewistown, Miles City, Glendive..etc. pretty tiny I bet. Some of the Alaskan cities are small that get service on AS. Now, if flights per capita in a city, I would say MOD, my former home airport would be up there. 3-5 flights a day for about 400,000 people..a bit underserved.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 8:33 am

Well,

GFK
MOT
Bemidji
St. Cloud
International Falls

This is too broad, maybe you should put something like:

Smallest airport with service of a mainline jet
Smallest airport with service of a CRJ, but not any props.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 8:45 am

I'm going with AHN. They get three RTs to CLT on US Airways Express (Air Midwest) using B1900s.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 8:54 am

I just caught a mistake in my reply #6. I meant Beechcraft 1900s, not Jetstreams.

Also, I would think that Big Sky Airlines serves much smaller cities/airports, as mentioned by Copaair737 in an above reply.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:44 am

I would go with HII (Lake Havasu City, AZ) with only twice daily service to PHX with the Mesa B1900's for HP.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:46 am


Actually every UAX flight I've been on between DRO and DEN has been almost completely full, and by almost I mean one empty seat.


Don't get me wrong... they fill the few planes a day that they send there.

But they've never been able to justify upgrading DRO to mainline service. WP sent packed 737s to DRO during the right months.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:04 am

If it counts, there are hundreds of small gravel strips in Alaska that get C-207's and such, flying mail, cargo, and people.

Mainline, Pellston, MI and Sault Ste. Marie get Mesaba Saab 340's. Both are pretty small, no contol tower, although the Soo might be slightly smaller.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:23 am

Don't get me wrong... they fill the few planes a day that they send there.

But they've never been able to justify upgrading DRO to mainline service. WP sent packed 737s to DRO during the right months.


By "Few" do you mean 7 Dash 8's and 1 EMB-120, plus 1 dash 8 and 2 CRJ-200s to Phoenix on HP?

Do the math I think this place could easily support a couple daily 733's.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:24 am

hey


Maybe Santa Maria(California)


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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:26 am

There has got to be somewhere in Alaska that qualifies.

Alaska Airlines for years bragged that Yakutat, Alaska was the smallest town with daily commercial jet service. I disputed that because I think that Cold Bay that had six day a week service from Reeve Aleutian was smaller.

but there are number of towns in Alaska, that are just large enough to have a post office, that have commercial service solely for the reason of flying the mail.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:32 am

LaGuardia at 600 acres is one of the smallest commercial airports on the planet.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:40 am

How about HMR (Homer, Alaska), BET (Bethel, Alaska), SCC (Deadhorse, Alaska), KTN (Ketchikan, Alaska), SGY (Skagway, Alaska) . . . the list goes on and on, and on and on, and . . . .you get the picture.

Perhaps redefining the search parameters from "Commercial Service" to "Commercial Jet Service" and "Commercial Turbo-Prop Service" and "Other Commercial Service".

ENI (Kenai, Alaska), OTZ (Kotzebue, Alaska), VDZ (Valdez, Alaska), DUT (Dutch Harbor, Alaska), CDV (Cordova, Alaska), and so on . . . . .
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:41 am

So here is what I've gathered:

Smallest Airport (land size): LGA
Smallest town: Somewhere in Alaska, probably Yakutat
Least amount of flights: ?
Smallest Load Factors: ?
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:45 am

I've been to LGA . . . believe me, it's larger than SCC (daily AS 732), ADQ (daily AS 737 and Dash 8 service). Gotta be something smaller than LGA . . . what about the Hawaiian Islands . . . airports on Lanai and Molokai???
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:56 am

I grew up just a couple of miles from IDA, which serves Idaho Falls, a city of (then) 33000 people, which had 737 service. I just checked with Travelocity, and all the flights it listed between IDA and SLC were CRJ's, Embraer turboprops (presumably Brasilias), and DHC-8's. So now, I wonder, what are the smallest cities served by Airbii, Boeings, or MD's?
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 11:37 am

The U.S. Department of Transportation subsidizes regional air carriers through their Essential Air Service program. This program basically pays all or most of an airline's cost to serve small cities that could never sustain scheduled passenger service on their own. There's a list of criteria cities have to meet, including being a certain number of miles from larger commercial airports, city government funding and promised passenger loads, etc. But these airports are usually among the smallest population areas to be served by scheduled service.

In my part of the world, KBWD (Brownwood Regional, Texas) is a good example. I don't want to knock the city of Brownwood, but it's a non-descript city with a "metro" population of around 25,000 that most people will never hear of in their lifetimes. Durango, CO and similar cities cannot be compared to Brownwood, because they are major tourist destinations; the only people with an interest in flying to BWD are local residents or business executives; 3M has a large manufacturing plant there, and is probably the only reason BWD has pax service at all. Current service is provided by Mesa Airlines, providing two round-trips a day to DFW, using one Beechcraft 1900 that is also used for subsidized routes to Ponca City and Enid, Oklahoma. Passenger counts for 2003 were around 3,700 for BWD (just over 10 per day on average). BWD is only about 55 nm from ABI and 117 nm from both DFW and AUS.

As of a few weeks ago, Mesa was scheduled to pull out of BWD due to low pax loads. Corporate Airlines has submitted a bid to the U.S. DOT to provide 12 round-trips a week using Jetstream 32s.

Airfields that are part of the Essential Air Service program are probably the best examples of the smallest airports/metro areas with commercial passenger service.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 11:53 am

Smallest with NW 747-200 Daily service from NRT Saipan 60,000 pop
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:11 pm

Ventura County in CA may not be a small area, but OXR only gets 3 UAex flights a day each way, and they are 25 minute flights to LAX. Tiny terminal too
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:13 pm

Regarding small airports, ASE, is a tiny airport that mostly caters to private aircraft. The only commercial flights are through United Express and American West to Denver and I beleive Pheonix.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:28 pm

I thought HPX served OXR as well.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:34 pm

Quite possibly Salmon Idaho, or Vernal Utah. Both are served by Salmon Air, with Piper Navajos.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:35 pm

if your talking flights the Chicago Gary airport only has 3 flights a day and no flights on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. http://www.garyairport.com
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:36 pm

Great Mesa pic on the top thread it shows some diversity w/ the airline! MESA IS HOT!
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 1:09 pm

If you want to look at it in terms of passengers, here are the 2002 boardings for all US airports from the DOT, ranked from highest to lowest. They list the lowest number of passengers at Kongiganak, Alaska with 2,532 boardings in 2002.
http://www.faa.gov/arp/planning/stats/2002/CY02CommSerBoard.pdf

2003 statistics should be out any day.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 1:33 pm

PLN (Pellston/Emmett County.Mackinac Island, Michigan) has to be fairly far down on the list. Recently upgraded to two gates with jetways from 1 sliding door. UAX pulled out about 8 years ago... only service is now NWAirLink with either Mesaba or Pinnacle.

Beautiful new terminal though...log cabin design with real logs, stuffed deer, fireplaces, TVs where they leave the remotes out for you, nice 2nd floor viewing area... Very different than LAX  Smile/happy/getting dizzy -- worth the trip just to see the airport. (But the surrounding area is beautiful)

Only complaint was when my bag failed to show, had to wait for the one Ramprat/Ticket agent/CSR/Supervisor/Luggage Services/Gate Agent Guy working at the time to finish sweeping the AC.

Most bizarre thing I've ever heard at an airport was last time I flew out of PLN waiting in the security line: (TSA Screener to Mesaba CSR, yelling across the terminal): "Hey, xxx, would you call 9 1 1? (uncomfortably long pause) The Sheriff owes me $20 and I haven't seen him yet today."

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 1:41 pm

Santa Fe, NM (SAF) only has 5 Beechcraft 1900 flights to Denver each day. The terminal building is about as tiny as you can get. I can return my rental car, check in for my flight, clear security, and walk out to the plane in about 10 steps...

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 1:56 pm

KTEX - Telluride CO., is pretty small. 2 B1900 flights to DEN during the summer. more in winter along with a Mesa DH8 to PHX for ski season.

altho i'll have to agree that the smallest airport in North America with passenger service will be an airport in Alaska.


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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 2:02 pm

Mesa Airlines has a flight from Harrison, AR (pop 6800) (Boone County Airport) to DFW with a stop in El Dorado AR. The flights are run on a B1900.

Also, Mesa has flights from Brownwood, TX, pop 10,000 to DFW.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 3:22 pm

I have to believe Manistee, MI (MBL), or Iron Mountain, MI (IMT), would be way down the list as well. They are served (exclusively, I think) by YX with B1900s, and MBL only gets two flights to MKE through MKG. Now that is small!
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 3:29 pm

Probably Kirksville, 2x a day J31 to STL.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 3:35 pm

Some airports that get little commercial service is Michigan's Upper Peninsula's KCIU and KCMX airports. Sidney, Montana would be a contender as well.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 4:06 pm

New Bern, NC (EWN/KEWN).

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 4:19 pm

LOL, try Valdosta Regional at Valdosta Georgia, the airport is ridiculously small yet there was a new terminal built and I think two daily delta connection flights... The rest is GA and there is an AirForce trainer stationed there but even GA operations are near non existent, atleast they have nice facilities.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 4:45 pm

Also just thought about Montrose, a small town in southwest colorado that will be recieving service to EWR, IAH, ORD, DEN, and I think a few other places as well this winter on 73G, Mad Dogs, and ERJ.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:14 pm

Some thoughts:
Du Bois, Jefferson Co, PA
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:43 pm

Those pics from Durango at the top are beautiful...that's why I'm going on vacation there this winter  Smile Unfortunately won't be flying into DRO. The flight we got into Albuquerque was significantly cheaper, and much more convenient. I don't know the answer to the "smallest US airport with commercial service," but the smallest I've been in was Page Arizona. Took a Great Lakes/United Express flight through a thunderstorm to Phoenix a couple years ago. My favorite small airport is Gallatin Field in Bozeman Montana, probably has something to do with the Bozeman area being one of my favorite places....gotta get back soon.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:54 pm

How about Brookings, SD?

Airport code BKX
It's served by Great Lakes with a Beech 1900D, the plane flies MSP - Brookings, SD - Huron, SD once a day.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:04 pm


there's always Marathon FL (KMTH). its 1/2 way down the florida keys and gets 1 flight a day on a Florida Coastal C402 from FLL and continuing to EYW.


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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:42 pm

My 2 cents :
Port Angeles (CLW)
Walla -Walla (ALW)
Wenatchee (EAT)
Salem (SLE)
Tuscaloosa (TCL)
Tupelo (TPL)
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:59 pm

i would guess in the continental US, it would probabl be a few of the places in northern minnesota that get the EAS from Mesaba. Im not talking about bemidji (the budding metropolis), but like thief river falls and grand rapids. Spencer iowa used to get a few 1900's /day on United Express to ORD, but i don't think that happens anymore.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 11:10 pm

As far as the FAA report for 2002, you'll notice that GGW and OLF are not even listed. They share two GQ Metro's a day to BIL that is a total of 38seats btw 2 cities. Wolf Point-pop 2653. Sidney-pop 4774. Notice that the total pop for OLF is almost what the total boardings were for KKH at 2532 in 2002

As an aside in 1999 (don't know about now) GGW and OLF were unsecured airports. Meaning there was no security. If you flew from one of these cities, when you arrived in BIL (no other choices) you HAD to go thru security before entering the building
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 11:17 pm

How about SLK ? 4 flights a day...

Flights arriving in:
Saranac Lake, NY
(SLK-Adirondack Airport)

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Departure City Airline Flight
Number Arrival
Time More Info
Boston, MA Commutair 8671 09:58 PM Landed
Albany, NY Commutair 8809 10:37 PM Landed
Plattsburgh, NY Commutair 8823 07:05 AM Landed
Albany, NY Commutair 8647 12:24 PM Scheduled


Kingman isn't much busier. Having seen the airport in person. Very cozy,plus all the stored planes there !

Flights arriving in:
Kingman, AZ
(IGM-Kingman Airport)

43° F
Sunny


Departure City Airline Flight
Number Arrival
Time More Info
Lake Havasu City, AZ Air Midwest 6842 04:12 PM Landed
Lake Havasu City, AZ Air Midwest 6843 10:20 PM Landed
Lake Havasu City, AZ Air Midwest 6841 11:43 AM Scheduled
Phoenix, AZ Ameriflight 1866 02:28 PM Landed
Phoenix, AZ Ameriflight 1866 07:51 AM In Flight
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