Each executive airport has its strong points, and its drawbacks.

Overall, airport preference in any major City is about time, because time is money, 5 minutes of added drive time is often not only an inconvenience, but might mean 5 minutes less in an important meeting.

"General Aviation Airports" are those not classified as commercial service "Private Airports." They constitute the largest group of Airports in the U.S., and include privately owned public-use Airports that receive scheduled airline service.

More than 75% of all takeoffs and landings in the U.S. today occur at these smaller Airports by "Corporate Jets" and Aircraft owned by individuals for their personal or business use.

"Private Aircraft" at any "Private Jet Airports" through out the USA and Europe or anywhere in the world.

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