MANASSAS, Va. — A northern Virginia airport tops the list of the state’s general aviation airports when it comes to generating economic activity.
A report from the Virginia Department of Aviation lists Manassas Regional Airport as first among the state’s 57 general aviation airports.
The report credits the Manassas airport with generating $375 million in economic activity in 2016 and 1,351 aviation jobs in 2016.
The city-owned airport is less than 40 miles from the nation’s capital. It has two runways and handles about 90,000 takeoffs and landings annually.