Ohio’s 104 public-use airports have an annual total economic output of $13.3 billion, according to a state study.
Across the state’s 88 counties, they generate more than 123,400 jobs and $4.2 billion in annual payroll, according to an Ohio Department of Transportation’s study.
That includes 105,959 jobs at commercial service airports – like Dayton International Airport – which generate a yearly payroll $3.5 billion with an annual total economic output of $11.48 billion, according to ODOT.
Meanwhile, general aviation airports – like Greene County-Lewis A. Jackson Regional or Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport – account for 17,497 jobs, an annual payroll of $688.2 million and yearly economic output of $1.85 billion, the study shows.
Those figures for local airports include:
SOURCE: Ohio Department of Transportation
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