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Transportation Statistics > Airports (per capita) (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Number of public and private use airports. Per capita figures expressed per 100,000 population.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Alaska: 76.545 per 100,000 people 
# 2     North Dakota: 45.863 per 100,000 people 
# 3     Montana: 25.009 per 100,000 people 
# 4     South Dakota: 20.105 per 100,000 people 
# 5     Wyoming: 18.457 per 100,000 people 
# 6     Nebraska: 15.181 per 100,000 people 
# 7     Idaho: 14.135 per 100,000 people 
# 8     Kansas: 13.481 per 100,000 people 
# 9     Vermont: 9.791 per 100,000 people 
# 10     Oklahoma: 9.696 per 100,000 people 
# 11     Oregon: 9.393 per 100,000 people 
# 12     Arkansas: 8.24 per 100,000 people 
# 13     Wisconsin: 8.146 per 100,000 people 
# 14     Iowa: 7.922 per 100,000 people 
# 15     Indiana: 7.908 per 100,000 people 
# 16     New Mexico: 7.727 per 100,000 people 
# 17     Maine: 7.567 per 100,000 people 
# 18     Minnesota: 7.501 per 100,000 people 
# 19     Missouri: 6.948 per 100,000 people 
# 20     Mississippi: 6.47 per 100,000 people 
# 21     Texas: 6.19 per 100,000 people 
# 22     Colorado: 5.359 per 100,000 people 
# 23     Louisiana: 5.328 per 100,000 people 
# 24     Washington: 5.28 per 100,000 people 
# 25     Illinois: 4.646 per 100,000 people 
# 26     Ohio: 4.457 per 100,000 people 
# 27     Nevada: 4.058 per 100,000 people 
# 28     Alabama: 3.993 per 100,000 people 
# 29     New Hampshire: 3.97 per 100,000 people 
# 30     Utah: 3.968 per 100,000 people 
# 31     West Virginia: 3.963 per 100,000 people 
# 32     Virginia: 3.806 per 100,000 people 
# 33     Delaware: 3.794 per 100,000 people 
# 34     Pennsylvania: 3.757 per 100,000 people 
# 35     Michigan: 3.745 per 100,000 people 
# 36     South Carolina: 3.713 per 100,000 people 
# 37     Georgia: 3.692 per 100,000 people 
# 38     North Carolina: 3.513 per 100,000 people 
# 39     Kentucky: 3.45 per 100,000 people 
# 40     Arizona: 3.334 per 100,000 people 
# 41     Tennessee: 3.17 per 100,000 people 
# 42     Maryland: 2.732 per 100,000 people 
# 43     Florida: 2.726 per 100,000 people 
# 44     Hawaii: 2.431 per 100,000 people 
# 45     New York: 2.077 per 100,000 people 
# 46     Connecticut: 1.567 per 100,000 people 
# 47     California: 1.486 per 100,000 people 
# 48     New Jersey: 1.365 per 100,000 people 
# 49     Massachusetts: 1.203 per 100,000 people 
# 50     Rhode Island: 0.929 per 100,000 people 
# 51     District of Columbia: 0.363 per 100,000 people 
Weighted average: 8.4 per 100,000 people  

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Airports, Airport Safety Data Branch, 2004.

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"Airports (per capita) by state", U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Airports, Airport Safety Data Branch, 2004.. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/trn_air_percap-transportation-airports-per-capita

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