Delaware, the second smallest of the 50 U.S. states, has 10 public airports, including 2 that offer general aviation services and minimal scheduled passenger service, and 8 general aviation/public-use airports


The state is bordered to the north by Pennsylvania; to the east by the Delaware River, Delaware Bay, New Jersey and the Atlantic Ocean; and to the west and south by Maryland. Due to its central location in the Northeast, Delaware is convenient to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) for domestic and international travel as well as Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), which are also within a 100-mile radius.

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City Airport Airport Code
Delaware Delaware Muni Airport KDLZ
Dover Delaware Airpark Airport K33N
Dover Dover Afb Airport KDOV
Georgetown Josephs Airport DE49
Georgetown Sussex County Airport KGED
Greenwood Chorman Airport KD74
Laurel Laurel Airport N06
Middletown Summit Airport KEVY
Milton Eagle Crest-hudson Airport DE25
Townsend Spirit Airpark Airport DE20
Townsend Townsend A Airport DE34
Wilmington New Castle County Airport KILG

Delaware State Info

Nickname(s): The First State
Spoken languages: English
Demonym: Delawarean
Capital: Dover
Largest city: Wilmington
Area: Ranked 49th
Total: 1,982[2] sq mi (5,130 km2)
Width: 30 miles (48 km)
Length: 96 miles (154 km)
% water: 21.7
Latitude: 38°27' N to 39°50' N
Longitude: 75°3' W to 75°47' W
Population: Ranked 45th
Total: 961,939 (2017 est.)
Density: 469/sq mi (179/km2) Ranked 6th
Highest point: Near the Ebright Azimuth 447.85 ft (136.50468 m)
Mean: 60 ft (20 m
Lowest point: Atlantic Ocean Sea level
Time zones: Eastern: UTC −5/−4
ISO: 3166 US-DE
Abbreviations: DE, Del.