Airports in Vermont
Vermont is the US state on the border with Canada. Its only notable airport is the one in Burlington. The second busiest airport, Rutland airport, handles only domestic and international flights. Since there’s only 3 commercial Vermont airports, we’ve included a table of nearby airports in other states, as an alternative. Also, there’s a map of airports in Vermont located at the end of the post.
List of airports
Burlington International Airport – IATA Code – BTV (~ 0.5 M Passengers)
Burlington Airport is the largest one in Vermont, and basically the only airport with significant passenger traffic. Airport is located 6 km east of Burlington center. There are currently 8 airlines at the airport, offering both year-round and seasonal flights. Among them, jetBlue, Delta and American handle the most passengers. Purple Line #12 connects BTV airport to the city. Other options include taxis and shared rides.
Rutland–Southern Vermont Regional Airport – IATA Code – RUT
- Nearby city(s): Rutland (9 km)
- Airline(s): Cape Air
Morrisville–Stowe State Airport – IATA Code – MVL
- Nearby city(s): Morrisville (3 km)
- Airline(s): Tradewind Aviation
Airports in neighboring states
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