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Leesburg International Airport is a general aviation facility located 35 miles northwest of Orlando.  Although commercial flights are not available, the field offers great opportunities for business and recreational pilots and is a central hub for transportation and commerce in this growing part of Central Florida.  With two runways extending up to 6,300 feet, the airport accommodates over 60,000 aircraft takeoffs and landings each year. 

Seaplane Ramp aerial view 2019

Great for Business and Recreation
Leesburg is located near area attractions, shopping, hotels, restaurants, entertainment, golf and some of the country's best fishing. The airport provides a full range of services such as self- and full-service 100LL octane aviation fuel and full-service jet fuel A.

SunAir Aviation, the airport's fixed-base operator, is open daily (including holidays) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. with a pilot's lounge, car rental and a courtesy vehicle, long-term and overnight tie-down rentals, pilot training and piston aircraft repairs.

The Best Location
Leesburg International Airport is ideal for business, located close to Florida's commerce hubs in Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville and Miami.

Aviation can benefit from 300 VFR days a year and a pleasant average annual temperature of 70 degrees. Facility leases and developable property are available. Contact us for more information at (352) 728-9786 ext. 1130

The airport also is nestled among Central Florida's busiest transportation corridors - along U.S. Highway 441 and within minutes of U.S. Highway 27, Florida's Turnpike and Interstate 75. 

A Full Complement of Public Services
Leesburg offers a full array of public utilities including electric, natural gas, water, wastewater and reuse for irrigation. The City also has formed strategic educational partnerships with Lake-Sumter State College and local public schools to accommodate high-tech workforce development.