Commercial Airports


Commercial Aviation Service

Richmond International Airport

Richmond International Airport

Since 1975, Richmond International Airport has evolved into one of the eastern United States most well-equipped and modern airports. Located 20 miles west of New Kent County, Richmond International Airport is the central hub for tourist visiting Virginia.

  • 20 Miles West
  • 8 Scheduled Passenger Carriers
  • 2 Overnight Cargo Carriers
  • The Richmond International Airport has a designated Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ 207)

Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport

Williamsburg International Airport

Originally built as a World War II military airbase and later converted into a civilian airport, the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport is located just 50 miles east of New Kent County and is equipped with 4 Scheduled Passenger Carriers.

  • 50 Miles East
  • 4 Scheduled Passenger Carriers

Norfolk International Airport

Norfolk International Airport

Located 74 miles east of New Kent, Norfolk International Airport is the major airport serving southeastern Virginia with flights to hundreds of cities daily.

  • 74 Miles East
  • 6 Scheduled Passenger Carriers
  • 3 Overnight Cargo Carriers

Dulles International Airport

Richmond International Airport

Dulles is located 128 miles north of New Kent County and is a major hub for domestic and international air travel with a mixture carriers which provide air service throughout the world.

  • 128 Miles North
  • 34 Scheduled Passenger Carriers
  • 22 Scheduled Int´l Passenger Carriers
  • 43 Direct international destinations
  • 24 Overnight Cargo Carriers

General Aviation Service

New Kent County Airport

New Kent airport

Private, commercial and corporate pilots enjoy the friendly, relaxed atmosphere at New Kent County Airport (W96). Along with the FBO services offered by New Kent Aviation, the airport boasts a 3,600 by 75 foot lighted, paved runway and parallel taxiway. RW28 has a VOR Approach and RW10 and RW28 have GPS Approaches. W96 is located between exits 205 and 211. By calling ahead the airport personnel can, in most cases, arrange transportation to any destination within the county.

Middle Peninsula Regional Airport

Middle Peninsula Regional Airport

Middle Peninsula Regional Airport (FYJ) has a 5,000 foot runway adjacent to the historic York River. Offering self serve AVGAS/JETA, a full service 2200 gallon JETA fuel truck, and a modern courtesy car for the use of pilots and passengers.