JEFFERSON CITY – Pilots in Missouri can now access information on Missouri’s 123 public use airports on a new interactive map from the Missouri Department of Transportation. The interactive map displays the locations of the airports and users can click on the airport icon to pull up detailed information. The information includes an aerial view of the airport and a pdf of detailed information about the landing facility as well as local area attractions and services.
“Missouri is pleased to provide this new interactive map as a valuable quick reference resource for pilots,” said MoDOT Multimodal Director Michelle Teel. “Pilots can click on the map and go directly to that specific airport’s information instead of having to look through our entire directory.”
Missouri’s airports contribute more than 100,000 jobs with an overall payroll of $3 billion to the state’s economy. When all economic activities are considered, total annual economic output of Missouri’s system of airports is estimated approximately $11 billion. This represents 4.3 percent of the gross state product. For more information on aviation in Missouri, visit www.modot.org.
Explore MoDOT’s new interactive Missouri Airport Directory at http://www6.modot.mo.gov/publicUseAirports/.