About Teterboro

A photo of a runway.

Teterboro is the oldest operating airport in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area. Designated as a "reliever" airport, Teterboro’s focus is on removing the smaller and slower aircraft from the regional air traffic that would cause major congestion at the Port Authority's commercial airports. The airport consists of 827 acres.  Ninety acres are for aircraft hangars, maintenance and office facilities, 408 acres are for aeronautical use and 329 acres are undeveloped.

 



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