Welcome to the San Antonio Airport System, home of the San Antonio International Airport and Stinson Municipal Airport.
San Antonio International Airport provides commercial airline service for the South Texas region. More than 10 million travelers flew in and out of historic San Antonio in 2018 including Mexico on 11 airlines. San Antonio is a diverse, progressive and globally competitive city with a solid vision for national and international economic development. As the seventh-largest city in the United States, San Antonio is experiencing solid economic growth in 21st century industries such as bioscience and healthcare. Military City, USA is home to several military bases including Joint Base San Antonio, the largest base organization in the U.S. Department of Defense and comprised of Fort Sam Houston Army Base, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base.
The International Airport itself is an economic generator for the region, supporting more than 100,000 jobs and providing nearly $1.6 billion in annual earnings for workers and proprietors. Visitors spending support nearly 15,000 area jobs with earnings of nearly $275 million.
Stinson Municipal Airport is the second oldest general aviation airport in continuous operation in the United States. As the primary reliever for general aviation traffic in San Antonio, Stinson is extremely appealing to operators of light aircraft, individuals, and private aviation companies. Stinson is also home to four flight schools and two fixed base operators. In 2011, the airport’s diverse activity led to economic impacts totaling $63 million in regional economic output. Stinson is responsible for more than 1,000 jobs, including 74 airport jobs and more than 250 indirect jobs, and provide regional earnings of over $20 million.