Economic Impact of General Aviation in

Vermont


According to the 2021 Vermont Airport Economic Assessment, airports in Vermont contribute $525 million to the state’s total economic output.

Aviation by the Numbers

According to the FAA, Vermont has 16 public-use airports. These airports serve 1,460 pilots and 635 registered aircraft.

Number of Jobs

According to the 2021 Vermont Airport Economic Assessment, airports support more than 5,300 jobs in Vermont, resulting in $186 million in labor income.

Economic Impact

According to the same study, airports in Vermont contribute $525 million to the state’s total economic output. 

According to FAA data, Vermont is home to 11 repair stations, 4 FAA-approved pilot schools, 521 student pilots and 233 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 28 heliports in Vermont.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, flight departments in Vermont include Vermont Technical College in Randolph.

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    Across the United States, governors and mayors from all 50 states have signed proclamations recognizing the importance of aviation industry. See what has passed in Vermont, choose from the list below.

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