Commercial Service Airports
Most citizens immediately identify air travel with airlines, and 30 of California’s airports provide commercial airline service to their communities. Some of these airports are enormous and can boast of their important roles within the global airline network. Others are more modest and provide simple links between small or mid-size towns and their regional major airline hub.
Regardless, each airport plays a significant role in creating employment opportunities and economic benefits. The California Airports Council just released its 2013 Economic Impact Study of California Airports report. While you can view a SUMMARY or the FULL REPORT, 117,273 individuals worked on-site jobs at the 27 Commercial Service Airports included in the study.
Economic Impact Study of California Airports