Aircraft Traffic Counts

Aircraft Traffic Counts for selected non-towered airports in the Delaware Valley since 1986.

Year of Count

Publication

Airports

2013/14

Hammonton Municipal, Linden, Pocono Mountains Municipal

2013/14

Quakertown, Pennridge, Trenton-Robbinsville

2012/13

Chester County, Doylestown, Heritage Field, Perkiomen Valley, Pottstown Municipal, South Jersey Regional, Summit, Wings Field

2011/12

Brandywine, Camden County, Cecil County, Cross Keys, Flying W, New Garden, Red Lion

2010/11

Quakertown, Pennridge, Spitfire, Trenton-Robbinsville, Van Sant

2009/10

Chester County, Doylestown, Heritage, Perkiomen Valley, Pottstown Municipal, South Jersey Regional, Summit Airpark, Wings Field

2008/09

Brandywine, Camden County, Cecil County, Cross Keys, Flying W, New Garden, Quakertown, Red Lion

2007/08

Quakertown, Pennridge, Spitfire, Trenton-Robbinsville, Van Sant

2006/07

Chester County, Doylestown, Perkiomen Valley, Pottstown Limerick, Pottstown Municipal, South Jersey Regional, Summit Airpark, Wings Field

2005/06

Brandywine, Camden County, Cecil County, Cross Keys, Flying W, New Garden, Red Lion

2004/05

Doylestown, Pennridge, Perkiomen Valley, Quakertown, Spitfire, Trenton-Robbinsville, Van Sant

2002/03

Chester County, Doylestown, Perkiomen, Pottstown-Limerick, Pottstown-Municipal, South Jersey Regional, Summit, Wings Field.

2001/02

Brandywine, Camden County, Cecil County (Former: Raintree), Cross Keys, Flying W, New Garden, Red Lion

2000

 

Pennridge, Quakertown, Spitfire Aerodrome (Former: Oldmans), Trenton-Robbinsville, Vansant, Wings Field (Last count before runway extension)

1999

 

Chester County, Doylestown, Perkiomen Valley, Pottstown-Limerick, Pottstown-Municipal, South Jersey Regional, Summit

1998

 

Brandywine, Camden County, Cross Keys, Flying W, New Garden, Raintree (newly adopted replacement for closed Cecil County airport), Red Lion

1997

 

Oldmans, Pennridge, Quakertown, Trenton-Robbinsville, Vansant, Wings Field

1995

 

Brandywine, Chester County, Doylestown, Perkiomen Valley, Pottstown-Limerick, Pottstown-Municipal, South Jersey Regional, Summit

1994

 

Wings Field, Buehl (closed), Flying W, Red Lion, Albion (today: Camden County), Cross Keys, New Garden, Cecil County (closed)

1990

 

Brandywine, Chester County, Pottstown-Municipal, Pottstown-Limerick, Quakertown, Trenton-Robbinsville, South Jersey Regional, Summit, Albion (today: Camden County)

1988

 

Vansant, Flying W, Cross Keys, Perkiomen Valley, Wings Field, Doylestown, Oldmans, Pennridge

1987

 

Buehl (closed), Cecil County (closed), Chester County, New Garden, Pottstown-Municipal, Red Lion, Shannon (closed), Trenton-Robbinsville, Turner (closed), Vansant (only four weeks of data)

1986

 

Brandywine, Bridgeport (closed), Burlington (today: South Jersey Regional), Cross Keys, Doylestown, Pennridge, Perkiomen Valley, Pottstown-Limerick, Quakertown, Summit, Wings Field


For most recent counting data, please contact Ted Dahlburg at tdahlburg@dvrpc.org. DVRPC has also been commissioned to perform counting at non-towered airports outside the DVRPC planning area in New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania. Contact DVRPC for more details.