Westchester County HPN Airport Overview

Westchester County Airport HPN serves both the Westchester County (New York), and Fairfield County (Connecticut). Aside from offering commercial airline flights, it is also home to one of the nation’s largest fleets of corporate planes and caters to the busy executive living in affluent Westchester County north of New York City.

HPN Airport is situated between the towns of Harrison & North Castle, and is only 6 miles from the City of White Plains - close to the Connecticut border, and 33 miles north of midtown Manhattan. It is accessible via Interstate Hwys 684, 287 and I-9.

With an estimated 1.5 million passengers a year, and two runways, Westchester County Airport is served bycommercial airlines, offering nonstop flights to numerous U.S. cities on the eastern seaboard and beyond, with convenient connections.

The small three-level passenger terminal at Westchester County Airport is open daily, 24/7.
Of its six gate spaces A through H, only C & F have jetways, and only four gates can be used during the day, while all six gates can be used early mornings and late nights.
Inside the terminal you find free WiFi access, rental car counters, food & drink kiosks, a coffee shop, the Skytop Restaurant (tel. 914-428-025), and an ATM machine on level 2.
The third level of the Terminal has an observation deck where you can view arriving & departing airplanes.
The baggage office near the baggage conveyor handles lost or damaged baggage if reported immediately; otherwise contact your airline.

Airlines presently serving Westchester County Airport:
American, tel. 800-433-7300
Cape Air, tel. 866-2277-3247 (seasonal -departing from Hangar A),
Delta, tel. 800-221-1212
jetBlue, tel. 800-538-2583
United, tel. 800-241-6522
Tradewind Aviation, tel. 800-376-7922 (departing from Hangar M).

Present and future Airport developments:  In Jan. 2017 it was announced that the application for Airport Privatization could pave the way for Oaktree Capital to become the new Airport operator.  This is to allow for Airport redesign and improved passenger terminal amenities & services.  Currently the Airport handles 1.5M passengers annually (down from 2M in 2010). If FAA & County legislators will approve the deal, it could be closed by summer 2017.  By late Feb. 2017 it was announced that the expected completion of the Masterplan (due yearend 2016) was postponed to April 2017. Debates whether to grant Oaktree capital the right to take over or find a financial solution to continue operating the Airport by levying a 3% additional tax are still ongoing....



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