The 2018-2019 Missouri Airport Directory is now available.

MoDOT says the directory offers aerial photographs and descriptions of all 122 Missouri public-use airports. It includes information specific to the landing facility, as well as local area attractions and services.

"The directory provides useful information for a pilot to plan a flight and to know how to communicate with a particular airport," said MoDOT Administrator of Aviation Amy Ludwig. “Data is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be used for navigational purposes.”

A 2012 study by MoDOT indicates that Missouri airports contribute about 100,621 jobs with a payroll of nearly $3.1 billion to the Missouri economy.

MoDOT reports that when economic activities are considered, total annual economic output of Missouri's system of airports is estimated at $11.1 billion.

That figure represents about 4.3% of the gross state product.

The new Missouri Airport Directory and Travel Guide can be found here.

According to a press release from MoDOT, funding for the directory and all state aviation programs comes from aviation fuel taxes and not from general revenue or highway funds.

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