Airport Guide

A photo of the Teterboro Airport welcome sign

Just 12 miles from midtown Manhattan, Teterboro Airport is considered a general aviation reliever airport. As a reliever airport, it does not offer scheduled airline service, nor does it permit operations of any aircraft in excess of 100,000 pounds on any airport surface. Its goal is to remove the smaller and slower aircraft from the regional air traffic that would cause major congestion at the Port Authority's commercial airports. This guide provides some basic information and the best way to get in touch with the airport’s five fixed base operators.

 



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