Addison Airport

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City of Addison Airport

Owned by the city, Addison Airport is open to the public and services nearly 165,000 private and general aviation operations annually. Addison has no scheduled commercial flights, leaving the runways open for general aviation and private jets.

Addison Airport Location

Conveniently located north of Dallas, Addison Airport is near the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and within twenty minutes of the area’s four most important business centers. Those are the Richardson Telecom Corridor (12 miles east), Las Colinas/Irving (13 miles east), Legacy/Plano/Frisco (9 miles north), and Downtown Dallas (14 miles south).

ADS Private Jet Charter Facilities

Addison Airport has an FAA control tower, hangars and plane refueling services, 24-hour Customs, rental cars, and ground transportation. Travelers will also find upmarket shops, restaurants, and hotels located nearby. Further, with no commercial flights available at this airport, private jets aren’t likely to face the delays that arise when sharing runways with airlines.

Addison Airport Information & Key Facts

Operating hours: 24 hours
FBOs: There are three fixed-based operators (FBOs) offering 24-hour services.
: 15/33 – 7,202 ft. long. 
Codes: ADS (FAA and IATA), KADS (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N32-58.1/W096-50.2
U.S. Customs: Yes (including pre-clearance)
Address: 16051 Addison Road, Suite #220, Addison, Texas, 75001

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Addison Airport was opened in 1957 after a group of local aviation supporters felt the north of Dallas would benefit from the facility due to its continued expansion. Built using private funds, the airport was constructed on a 400-acre site with two runways – one made of aggregate and the other from asphalt. The crosswind runway closed to make room for further hangars to the airport’s north.

The city purchased the airport in 1976, and it’s since become the country’s third-largest general aviation airport. The daily maintenance and operation of the terminal are funded by Addison Airport of Texas, Inc. Supported by the corporation and fuel flowage fees; the airport delivers an estimated $220 million to the local economy.

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