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Flagler County Airport (Identifier: FIN)
New Flagler County Airport Identifier - FIN
The Flagler County Airport has changed their identifier from XFL to FIN. The change goes into effect November 13, 2014.

Roy Sieger
Airport Director

Gina Friedman
Office Manager

201 Airport Rd.
Palm Coast, FL  32164

Ph: (386) 437-0401
Fx: (386) 437-7459

Monday - Saturday
7:00 am - 6:00 pm
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Airport Details

The Flagler County Airport (identifier: FIN) is a county-owned, public use, general aviation (GA) airport that is operated and maintained under the direction of the Flagler County Board of County Commissioners. The airport’s operation and maintenance are the responsibility of the airport director and his staff. The airport primarily serves corporate aviation and general aviation activity. There are no scheduled airlines providing service at the airport.

The airfield consists of two 5,000-foot-long runways and a 3,000-foot water runway. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) data, the Airport is the busiest General Aviation airport with a Contract Air Traffic Control Tower in the state of Florida. Of the 247 Contract towers in the nation, this airport ranks second in the number of operations. It was this high amount of air traffic that led to the construction of an air traffic control tower, which went operational in October 2009.

Please Fly Friendly
Fly Friendly
The Airport  Director would like to remind you that the Flagler County Airport is situated amidst several neighborhoods. Keep this in mind when utilizing our facility, which will help us continue to be a good neighbor.

Please take a moment to click here to view our "Fly Friendly" procedures. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated!

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 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.

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