New Jersey Airports
As of 2019, there are 17 airports throughout the state of New Jersey according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in New Jersey are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.
List of All Airports in New Jersey
|1||Asbury Park Neptune Air Terminal||ARX||Asbury Park, NJ||Small|
|2||Atlantic City International Airport||ACY||Atlantic City, NJ||Medium|
|3||Bader Field||AIY||Atlantic City, NJ||Small|
|4||Burlington County Airport||LLY||Mount Holly, NJ||Medium|
|5||Caldwell Wright Airport||CDW||Caldwell, NJ||Large|
|6||Cape May County Airport||WWD||Wildwood, NJ||Small|
|7||Kupper Airport||JVI||Manville, NJ||Medium|
|8||Linden Airport||LDJ||Linden, NJ||Medium|
|9||Millville Airport||MIV||Millville, NJ||Medium|
|10||Monmouth County Airport||BLM||Belmar, NJ||Medium|
|11||Montvale Airport||QMV||Montvale, NJ||Small|
|12||Municipal Airport||MMU||Morristown, NJ||Large|
|13||Naec Airport||NEL||Lakehurst, NJ||Small|
|14||Princeton Airport||PCT||Princeton, NJ||Medium|
|15||Robert J. Miller Airport||MJX||Toms River, NJ||Medium|
|16||Teterboro Airport||TEB||Teterboro, NJ||Large|
|17||Trenton-Mercer Airport||TTN||Philadelphia, NJ||Medium|
New Jersey Overview
The State of New Jersey has 8.9 million residents (2016). The capital is Trenton and the largest city is Newark.
In the 17th century, English and Dutch established settlements in today’s New Jersey territory. In the early 18th century, New Jersey was a British colony. In 1776, it was one of 13 original colonies to declare independence from Britain.