Teterboro Airport functions as a 'reliever' general aviation airport; thus, it doesn't offer any scheduled airline services. This Airport doesn't even allow the operation of more than 1000 pounds of aircraft on its airport surface. But this Airport has an important history attached to it. It was the very first operating Airport made in New Jersey and New York metropolitan area.
Today, it mainly functions on clearing out regional air traffic by removal of non-scheduled aviation crafts. Thus, it helps prevent major congestion that would otherwise cause at commercial Airports of the Port Authority.
With over 827 acres, the area is restricted well for various purposes in this Airport. Four hundred eight acres are designated for aeronautical use, 90 is used up for maintenance, office facilities, and aircraft hangars. The remaining 329 acres remain undeveloped.
The airport is not far from midtown Manhattan; you only need to travel 12 miles to reach Teterboro Airport. Private jets are a time saving and unique means of traveling via various cities. You can take private jets from Teterboro Airport.
- Name: Teterboro Airport
- IATA: TEB
- ICAO: KTEB
- Latitude: 40.8501014709000000
- Longitude: -74.0607986450000000
- Municipality: Teterboro
- Country: United States
- Elevation: 9 ft (3 m) above sea level
- Length runway: 7000 ft (2134 m)
- Width runway: 150 ft (46 m)