Albert Whitted Airport

Albert Whitted Airport is owned and operated by the City of St. Petersburg, providing convenient access by air to the city's downtown waterfront, business district and urban communities. The Airport is located just blocks away from hotels, restaurants, museums, shopping and more. The 110-acre facility handles approximately 80,000 general aviation aircraft operations annually and is the home base to an estimated 185 aircraft. Besides commercial and private general aviation, many important organizations also utilize the Albert Whitted Airport for aviation support functions of their life-saving missions. These include the Civil Air Patrol, Bayflight Medavac and various organ transplant flying services such as Care Flight

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