Flagler County Airport (Flagler Airport)

The Flagler County Airport is a county-owned, public use, general aviation (GA) airport that is
operated and maintained under the direction of the Flagler County Board of County
Commissioners. The airport’s operation and maintenance are the responsibility of the airport
director and his staff. The airport primarily serves corporate aviation and general aviation
activity. There are no scheduled airlines providing service at the airport.


The airfield consists of two 5,000-foot-long runways and a 3,000-foot water runway. According
to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) data, the airport ranks as the fourth busiest in
Florida, out of 105 General Aviation airports, with 190,000 takeoff and landings per year. The
high amount of air traffic led to the construction of an air traffic control tower, which went
operational in October 2009.


Major Airports Near Palm Coast

Flagler county is located about an hour and a half South of Jacksonville Airport and about the
same distance from Orlando. The Daytona Beach airport is about thirty minutes from Palm

Are you a private pilot? – Interested in homes near the Airport?
Here are some listings, all within 10 minutes of the airport: