New York Stewart International Airport (SWF/KSWF)

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An uncongested alternative to New York's metro airports, with compelling evidence to support the charter/low-cost market and international non-stop routes. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey owners plan to spend $500 million to redevelop the airport over 15 years and projects it could serve 7mppa in future.

Stewart International serves Orange, one of seven New York counties in the heart of the stunning Hudson Valley, as well as New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. The region is home to America's oldest wine region, more than 60 biotech and pharmaceutical companies and a highly educated workforce. Multinationals based here include IBM, Siemens, Nokia, PepsiCo and Morgan Stanley.

Other major reasons to serve this airport

  • SWF is an attractive low-cost alternative to other NYC metro area airports.
  • Only 57 miles (approx 93km) north of New York City
  • International arrivals facility, fastest taxi-in and taxi out of all NY metro airports
  • Plenty of parking, gate space and room to grow.
  • Efficient, cost effective and hassle-free, highest in customer satisfaction surveys.
  • A young, affluent market area growing at 10x the New York State average.
  • Located in the beautiful Hudson Valley region of New York State, a destination in itself.
  • Home to 30+ two and four year colleges and universities including West Point Military Academy
  • 90+ biopharmaceutical companies
  • More than 3,000 IT companies
  • Over 35,000 employed in finance and insurance industries
  • No slot issues, noise issues, curfews or runway limitations

Airlines benefit from unrivalled marketing support from staff at Stewart airport.

Marketing and other support

  • Up to US$525 credit for ground handling
  • US$3 per outbound seat not to exceed US$150,000 first year for new non-stops in marketing and advertising support.

Around 1.9 million people live within the airport's 60-minute catchment area. Its sprawling catchment area in the Hudson Valley is made up of a young, affluent population and more than 30 colleges and universities in the region.

Catchment Area

  • Approximately 1.9 million in 60-minute catchment area
  • Strategically situated at the intersection of two major interstate highways and thruways (I-87 and I-84), providing excellent north-south and east-west freight and passenger access.

Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors

Please contact us for more information on freight opportunities.

Lying 57 miles north of New York City, Stewart serves New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania by train on Metro-North or Amtrak, by bus on the Shortline or Leprechaun bus lines, or private taxis and limousines. The airport is also at the intersection of two major interstate highways.

Infrastructure & Operations

  • 2 runways: 11,817ft (3,602m) and 6,004ft (1,830m)
  • Non slot coordinated
  • 24hr Air Traffic Control Tower
  • Newly renovated terminal and parking facilities
  • Over $50M USD invested in infrastructure improvements since 2008. Part of a $500M USD capital improvement program.