San Antonio Airport System
San Antonio Airport System is home to two airports, San Antonio International Airport and Stinson Municipal Airport. It is owned and operated by the City of San Antonio.
San Antonio International Airport
- Built in July 1941 as a military base and became a commercial airport in 1953.
- Over 2,600 acres with two terminals
- Over 13 domestic and international airlines provide regular commercial service
- Over 30 non-stop domestic and international destinations
- All-weather Runway 12R/30L is 8,502 feet long & 150 feet wide.
- All-weather Runway 4/22 is 8,505 feet long & 150 feet wide.
- General Aviation Runway 12L/30R is 5,519 feet long and 100 feet wide
- A Federal Inspection Station processes international flight arrivals. The station supports operations of the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security and the U.S. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Stinson Municipal Airport
- Built in 1915 by the Stinson Family and is the second oldest continuing operating general aviation airport
- Over 360 acres with one terminal
- Serves as a general aviation reliever airport for San Antonio International Airport
- Runway 9/27 is 5,000 and 100 feet wide
- Runway 14/32 is 4,128 and 100 feet wide
NOTICE OF opportunity for PUBLIC HEARING
The City of San Antonio in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is offering the opportunity to request a public hearing covering the social, economic, and environmental effects of a proposed action that will create approximately 500 feet of low impact hike and bike trail connecting the Historic Stinson Municipal Airport to the San Antonio River Trail. Requests for a Public Hearing must be in writing and received by April 28, 2018.
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