Posted on November 3rd, 2022
St. Louis Lambert International Airport is the primary commercial airport in the city. Also called Lambert Field, it is the largest airport in Missouri. It is located just northeast of downtown St. Louis, Missouri. It is a central hub for United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines. The airport serves over four million passengers each year. Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is located on the northwest side of downtown, about 10 miles from the city center. STL is the largest and busiest commercial airport in the state, and in 2021, 10.5 million passengers traveled through its doors.
KSTL provides comprehensive FBO services at its two locations and has U.S. Custom Services on-site. The STL airfield covers over 2,800 acres and has four runways over 7,000 feet. Nearing its 100th anniversary, the airport is essential to aviation history. Named for Albert Bond Lambert, a colleague of the Wright Brothers, Mr. Lambert was a one-time owner of the airfield and brought Charles Lindberg to St. Louis for the 1923 International Air Races.
Opened in the 1920s, this airport has a long runway of 11,019 feet for the largest jets. There are two separate FBO terminals to welcome private jets and passengers, with a full complement of hanger and maintenance services available.
Airport Codes: STL (FAA and IATA), KSTL (ICAO)
Operating hours: 24 Hours
FBOs: There are 2 fixed-based operators (FBO) offering 24-hour services.
Runways: 12R/30L – 11,019 ft. long is the longest of 4 runways.
U.S. Customs: Yes, with Pre-Clearance available.
Address: 10701 Lambert International Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63145
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