Connecticut provides a network of 76 public airports, including 2 airports with scheduled passenger service and general aviation services, 18 public-use airports, and at least one private-use airport.
Notable airports include Igor I. Sikorsky Memorial Airport (BDR) in Bridgeport, the most populous city in Connecticut. Sikorsky was a Russian American aviation pioneer in both helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft who made BDR his headquarters for Sikorsky Aviation Corporation where he developed the world’s first mass-produced helicopter in 1942. Bradley International (BDL) is home to the New England Air Museum which has many one-of-a-kind exhibits, such as the oldest surviving Sikorsky aircraft and the Silas Brooks Balloon Basket, the oldest surviving aircraft in the U.S.
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|Bridgeport||Igor I Sikorsky Memorial Airport||KBDR|
|Danbury||Danbury Muni Airport||KDXR|
|East haddam||Goodspeed Airport||42B|
|Groton||Groton-new London Airport||KGON|
|Hartford||Bradley Intl Airport||KBDL|
|Meriden||Meriden Markham Muni Airport||KMMK|
|New Haven||Tweed-new Haven Airport||KHVN|
|North canaan||North Canaan Aviation Facilities Inc Airport||CT24|
|Plainville||Robertson Field Airport||K4B8|
|Warehouse point||Skylark Airpark Airport||K7B6|