Flagler Executive Airport
Article: Primary Runway 11-29 Extended to 5,500-feet
The Flagler Executive Airport (identifier FIN) is a county-owned, public use, general aviation airport that is operated and maintained under the Flagler County Board of County Commissioners. The airport’s operation and maintenance are the responsibility of its director and staff. Flagler Executive Airport primarily serves corporate aviation and other general uses. There are no scheduled airlines providing service at the airport. The airfield has two 5,000-foot runways and a 3,000-foot water runway. It is the busiest general aviation airport with a contract Air Traffic Control Tower in the state of Florida.
July 27, 2017 — Last lap on runway 11-29 that will be extended and relocated about 400 feet to the south at the airport, which was originally built in 1942 as part of a naval training base. This video was produced by, and is courtesy of, The Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Flagler County Airport operates as an enterprise fund. All operations of the airport, including salaries, operating expenses, repairs, and major projects are funded by internally generated revenues for sales of fuel, land leases, and hangar rental. The Flagler Executive Airport does not receive funding from the county’s general fund.
In addition to revenues obtained from airport operations, the airport receives grant funding for capital improvements, operational and safety-related projects, and economic development opportunities from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the FAA.