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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Tue Nov 16, 2004 11:55 pm

During a driving trip through the state of Arizona about 10 years ago, I visited some real thrillers.....

Flagstaff (FLG)...currently has 4 HP DH8 flights to PHX

Prescott (PRC)...currently 2 HP BE1's to Page, and 3 BE1's to PHX

Page (PGA)...currently served by Great Lakes...1 BE1 flight to Farmington, NM and 2 to PHX, and those two HP BE1's to Page.

The Grand Canyon airport is also quite small...used to have those 2 F-27's to Las Vegas...I don't think there is any commercial service at GCN today.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 12:10 am

How about LWB or LYH? Both are very small.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 12:22 am

BTM is pretty small... Big grin (Horizon and Delta, and a few others)
So is Latrobe and Shenandoah Valley (both I think don't have anything now.)

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 12:39 am

how about spelling out the names of airports that no one except those who are very familiar with that location would know about, rather than listing airport codes no one has ever heard of.


"yeah i think SEX, POO, PIS, TIT, and NUB are all pretty small and each get a BE-1 or two a day to DIC"
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 12:48 am

My vote would go for two airports in my home state of Oklahoma, Enid (WDG) and Ponca City (PNC)...Mesa flies B1900s from DFW and DEN. I know they are small towns and was suprised to see they even had scheduled air service.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 12:55 am

yeah i think SEX, POO, PIS, TIT, and NUB are all pretty small and each get a BE-1 or two a day to DIC

SEX = Sembach, Germany
POO = Pocos de Caldas, Brazil
PIS = Poitiers Biard, France
NUB= Numbulwar, Australia

No TIT or DIC, so far.
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Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:19 am

I'm going to take a stab at it and suggest a few airports here in Maine that might qualify. PQI, AUG, RKD. All of these are served by only a few flights a day from BOS on Colgan Air under contract with US, flying Beech 1900s and SF-340's. The terminals at each consist of very small single buildings. With the exception of PQI, which use to be a former Air Force Base, the runways at these airports are all under 5,000 feet.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:21 am

Rutland VT perhaps? Rultnad VT and Saranac Lake NY are close, but I don't know which would be smaller... Prob. RUT
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:25 am

Owensboro, KY (OWB) is a small town and American Eagle has services to/from STL.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:34 am

As in terms of available seats of the maine airports Augusta (AUG) is the smallest with 38 a day, then comes BHB Bar Harbor (Trenton) and RKD Rockland which each get 2 1900s on ther own plus one than goes in a triangle from BOS. PQI has 2 Saab 340 a day for 66 seats. BHB and RKD get increased service in the summer as well.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:37 am

IFP is probably not one of the smallest anymore, they expanded it. I can't wait to see it! Tom get ready!
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:45 am

How about Visalia, CA?
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 1:51 am

My vote goes to Provincetown, MA with a population of about 2,000.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 2:00 am

I know CSE is not the smallest but it has to be on the list.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 4:03 am

How about DBQ (Dubuque, IA) Once a day AE ERJ. Class D airspace durring the day and G at night.

Also, the movie "Son in Law" There was an AE Saab 340 on the movie and it flew to somewhere in South Dakota, that airport looked SMALL. Anyone know where that was?
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 4:20 am

I would like to throw out Kirksville, Missouri (IRK or KIRK) for consideration
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 4:26 am

I also forgot Beauvais in France. Add to that Dinard and Carcassonne. All served by Ryan Air. Tiny airports all.
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Wed Nov 17, 2004 4:54 am

Smallest I've been to was HGR Hagerstown,MD.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 5:13 am

whoaaaaaaaaaaaaa Bobs89irocz

give DBQ a little credit now, we get 4 ERJ's/day to ORD. only 3 on saturdays.

DBQ used to get 3 Saabs/day for NW Airlink with same plane service to DTW from MSP, and 4 Great Lakes UAX flights to ORD, along with 3 flights/day on Eagle. sadly those days are gone. But DBQ is in fact one of the busiest airports in Iowa, as the University of Dubuque (GO SPARTANS )owns about 20 airplanes on the field, and on a good day you will see about 7-10 airplanes in and around the airport at a time.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 5:16 am

I'll add these to the list

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 5:22 am

The only commercial flights are through United Express and American West to Denver and I beleive Pheonix.

ASE gets like 12 UAX flights a day to DEN during peak season.

ASE also gets nonstop UAX to LAX and SFO during peak season, and Mesaba has operated it from MSP as well.

PHX does get service on Dash 8s on America West.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 5:45 am

Also, the movie "Son in Law" There was an AE Saab 340 on the movie and it flew to somewhere in South Dakota, that airport looked SMALL. Anyone know where that was?

I believe if you look closely you'll see on the "terminal" building the word WASCO. I understand Wasco-Kern County airport, a GA airport about 20 miles from Bakersfield, CA (BFL), was where they filmed that scene. No commercial service ever there that I know of. Check the picture here to see how rural the location is.
http://www.airnav.com/airport/L19

Some of the scenes were also filmed outside of Visalia (VIS) including the barn dance stuff. I know the owner of that building. Much of the rest was filmed in Los Angeles.


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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 6:28 am

My kick goes to:

Aspen (Colorado), & Marathon or Key West (Florida)

P.S.: I just don't know if there's a commercial service in Marathon...

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 6:29 am

I would say that Manistee County-Blacker Airport (MBL) has to be among the smallest. It has a single B1900 Skyway's flight that goes from MKE-MKG-MBL-MKE daily. I believe that it may have recently gotten a second daily flight direct from MKE. The population base in Manistee is 6,000.

Pellston Regional serves a much larger base in comparison, though the city of Pellston itself is home to only 785 people. Northern Michigan is a tourism Mecca in the summer, and there is a significant amount of skiing in the area too. PLN gets about 150 seats to DTW each day, whereas MBL gets only about 40 seats per day to MKE.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 6:42 am

I think Tomkins County Regional, in Ithaca, NY is one of the smallest in terms of size, # of airlines and load factors.

The airport is used frequently only by those who have their airfare paid for them... i.e Cornell University and Ithaca College faculty on seminars, businesspeople on company missions etc. who's to blame them? To fly to Philadelphia, DC, or NYC is nearly $300 one way in excess of $500 round trip.

USAirways is the only airline serving the airport. So when they go belly up we have a 2 million dollar terminal for the East Hill Flying Club (great flying school by the way). The terminal even has one jetway for when USAir used to fly in their DC-9s during the holidays. The only trouble with it though is that you have to climb up a series of ramps to enter it from the gate area since the terminal is built at apron level.

The airport is a virtual ghost town even when its "busy".


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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 6:44 am

Obviously some folks can't read - Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service - operative location here being US.

The bet still goes to any of the small Alaskan airports . . .
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 11:28 am

I think we have firmly established that the alaskan airports are probably the smallest.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 12:11 pm

Planespotting- Sorry about that. I wasnt aware that DBQ was that busy. I fly into C27 quite abit and have been to DBQ a number of times. Nice place.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Wed Nov 17, 2004 2:51 pm

DLKAPA . . what about small Canadian airports - got to be some up north? Inuvik? etc . . .
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Fri Nov 19, 2004 1:40 pm

I haven't seen HXD (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) yet. 4000 foot runway that gets 8 USX Dash 8's per day.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Fri Nov 19, 2004 1:49 pm

How about Kingman (IGM)

Three daily 1900's and the terminal is a trailer.


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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Fri Nov 19, 2004 2:40 pm

What about Ft Collins (FNL) near Denver.

1 Allegiant Air flight a day (except Sat and Tues) and the only game in town. The terminal there is also a trailer.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Fri Nov 19, 2004 3:07 pm

Well let me put up some examples.

Atka, Alaska.



The town is in the photo off the end of 33.

False Pass Alaska


Town is visible off the end of 13

Skagway, Alaska

Town is off to the side of the airport



Port Graham



English Bay




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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Fri Nov 19, 2004 3:07 pm

2003 numbers have finally been released, and the winner is...drumroll please:

Kingman, Arizona, code IGM, with 2,504 passengers boarded in 2003

The second-through-fifth slots are all held by airports in the state of Alaska, namely ATK (Atqasuk), KAL (Kaltag), EWU (Newtok), and EEK (Eek), with the next-smallest lower-48 airport being HOT (Hot Springs, Arkansas)
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Fri Nov 19, 2004 3:07 pm

Well let me put up some examples.

Atka, Alaska.



The town is in the photo off the end of 33.

False Pass Alaska


Town is visible off the end of 13

Skagway, Alaska

Town is off to the side of the airport



Port Graham



English Bay




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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sat Nov 20, 2004 12:57 am

I live close to Kingman in the winter and never even knew they had scheduled commercial service! Who flies into there?
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 2:42 am

nikv69, Kingman service is on Mesa dba America West Express. I believe it is currently operated with Beech 1900s.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 9:41 am

My vote goes to Morgantown, WV (MGW) with two or three B-1900's a day to PIT.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 11:12 am

The smallest airports I've flown to were Mammoth Lakes, CA and Friday Harbor, WA. I would also imagine that Eastsound, WA is rather small.
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 11:46 am

My vote goes to either Eek, AK (EEK) which, if memory serves, is about 1100 feet and gets served by a few caravans and 207s or Quinihak which I think is only a 207's
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 12:36 pm

Note of Photo above of Skagway (SGY) Airport. I grew up in that little hamlet. The photo shown is about 20 years old. As the airport currently appears - at the south end, nearest the water, there is a new terminal with a fairly large tarmac. The surface is paved, but not any longer. It is lighted.



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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 2:06 pm

I figured that had to be a fairly old photo, Look at all the ore cars next to that dock.

The mine at Mayo Yukon has been closed for what? 10 years now?

I don't even think WP&Yukon even maintains the track to Whitehorse now.

I never could figure out why White Pass was never a major fuel hauler to Whitehorse. I would have thought that there would be a demand for gas tankers from a seawater port-Skagway to the interior of Yukon.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 2:48 pm

how bout CGX before it closed it that building which has ping pong tables was small it had some UX service to springfield il
 
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 2:49 pm

L-188, the mine closed in 1981, WP&YR ceased 'real' train opn in 1982. . .. reopened in 1988 as a tourist gizmo - ut since this is AIRLINERS.NET not RAILROADERS.net I won't bore the readers with more. Want more detail, there is a web site - several in fact. Contact me off a.net. You're just in Chicken Creek (Eagle River/Buzzard Gluch), I'm in Anch . . . I have much history with SGY and that railroad.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 2:51 pm

Well if I need it I will have to ask.

Frankly never been to Skagway. Always went through Haines when I needed to take the blue boats
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 3:25 pm

L-188, almost to 20000 posts. Are you number 1?

>I thought HPX served OXR as well.<

They stopped that service pre 9/11. I think they might still have the America West Express signs up, but it was only done for a short time. I think they had 3 Dash-8s a day to PHX.

We used to have service from both UAX and Eagle, then just UAX, then just Eagle and back to just UAX. Back when we had both, they used to fly to places like SFO, and possibly SAN and DEN. Now it is just LAX, and down to 3 flights a day. I know I am probably the resident Ventura County aviation expert, but does anyone out there know where OXR used to have service to?
Actually, if CMA (Camarillo, CA) was ever opened to commercial flights (major NIMBY problem, even though there are few homes in the pattern), we might actually get decent commercial service, as the airport has better facilities, better freeway access, more taxiway space, a longer runway (Right now 6500 feet, but with its under and overruns it is 10,500, though you could only use the over, because the under ends right at a road, but that is still 8000 feet) and better spaced taxiways. OXR does have an ILS, which CMA does not, but CMA has a GPS and a VOR. Still, never going to happen, so we are stuck with OXR and 3 brasilias, or driving to BUR or LAX.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 7:22 pm

The smallest airports I've flown out of or visited are in Indiana. My hometown airport (FWA) is pretty small, as are SBN, EVV, and Terre Haute.

The smallest commercial airport I've ever seen is Delaware County Airport in Muncie, IN, with a tiny cinderblock terminal with United Express service (last time I visited was in 1999). I don't even know if Muncie still has commercial service. Another one that comes to mind is Lafayette-Purdue University Airport (LAF).

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 10:34 pm

FATFlyer,

Thanks! I may take a trip to Kingman to spot and snap a few pics though there is not too much to see. Though that livery is interesting.
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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Sun Nov 21, 2004 10:59 pm

Libby (S59), Montana I believe had commercial service up until not too long ago (Metroliners). Libby is a tiny town with a population of only 2600 within the city limits and the airport is, well, tiny too.

To give you a hint, that's where the movie Always with Richard Dreyfuss was filmed.

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RE: Smallest US Airport With Commercial Service?

Mon Nov 22, 2004 4:43 am

Salem Oregon no longer has commercial service. Horizon pulled out years ago. Pendleton has 3X service to Portland via Pasco on the Dash-8-100s. They sometimes have a 4th to Seattle. The terminal was built when UA flew DEN/SLC/BOI/PDT/PDX and back with 727-100s.

What about Eagle/Vail? Do they still have scheduled service? I think there are some places in Wyoming that also have service that are tiny too like Cody or Thermopolis. Some communities in Nebraska had service once upon a time too: Alliance, Chadron, McCook, Hastings, Grand Island.

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