West Commercial Boulevard and NW 21st Avenue
in the City of Fort Lauderdale
Commercial Boulevard to the south; NW 62nd
Street to the north; 31st Avenue to the west,
and Powerline Road to the east.
Situated on approximately 1,200 acres.
General aviation facility, with the capacity to serve
all aircraft other than major airlines. Designated
by the Federal Aviation Administration as a general
aviation reliever facility for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
Executive Airport Administration
The Executive Airport is a division of the Business Enterprises Department of the City of
The division leases, develops, operates,
maintains, and promotes Executive Airport and
Industrial Airpark to provide the greatest benefit
to the community and the highest return of revenue
with surplus revenue used for capital improvements.
The division also develops, operates and promotes
the Downtown Helistop.
Executive Airport Mission
To attract businesses to the area, help tenants
prosper, and benefit the community.
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport
6000 NW 21st Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
(954) 828-4955 phone
(954) 938-4974 fax
Executive Airport is a City-owned and operated facility;
however, no local taxpayer dollars are used in its
Revenues are generated by land leases and fuel flowage
fees. Surplus revenue is used for capital improvement
projects or placed in the Airport Enterprise Fund. No taxes fund the operations, maintenance, or improvements of the airport.
Aviation businesses employ more than 2,100 local
residents and generate approximately $149 million
in economic impact in the community each year.
Office and manufacturing businesses in the Airport's
Industrial Airpark generate $155 million a year in
economic activity and employ and additional 2,200
Airport tenants pay $2.8 million a year in taxes.
Twenty-two percent of these taxes are paid to the
City of Fort Lauderdale. In addition, the airport
pays more than $1 million a year to the City in lieu
Noise Abatement Hotline
Residents can call a 24-hour Noise Abatement Hotline
(954-828-6666) to report excessively loud aircraft.
Number of Visitors
Nearly 200,000 visitors arrive into the area through
Executive Airport each year.
Number of Operations
Approximately 200,000 per year.
Hours of Operation
The airport is open 24 hours a day with a 24-hour
FAA Air Traffic Control Tower.
Two asphalt runways with a maximum gross landing
weight of 60,000 pounds.
Runway 8/26 measures 6,000 feet by 100 feet and has
an Instrument Landing System. Runway 13/31 measures
4,000 by 100 feet.
Total Based Aircraft
Number of Hangars