Economic Impact of General Aviation in

Vermont


According to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers study, Contribution of General Aviation to the US Economy in 2013, general aviation in Vermont contributes $734 million to the state’s total economic output.

Aviation by the Numbers

According to the Vermont Agency of Transportation, Vermont has 14 public-use general aviation airports. According to the FAA, these airports serve 1,229 pilots and 523 active general aviation aircraft.

Number of Jobs

According to the PricewaterhouseCoopers study, Contribution of General Aviation to the US Economy in 2013, general aviation supports 4,100 jobs in Vermont, resulting in $217 million in labor income.

Economic Impact

According to the same study, general aviation in Vermont contributes $734 million to the state’s total economic output.

Vermont is home to 11 repair stations, 3 FAA-approved pilot schools, 216 student pilots and 186 flight instructors.

According to the comprehensive AC-U-KWIK directory, there are a total of 9 fixed-base operators in the state of Vermont. According to the Helicopter Association International, there are 18 heliports in Vermont.

According to the University Aviation Association, flight departments in Vermont include Vermont Technical College in Williston.

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