4 miles east of Niagara Falls and north of Buffalo, handles international charter and cargo service, and functions as the reliever airport for the region (for Greater Buffalo International Airport). It has the fourth longest runway in New York State
Products: Niagara Falls International Airport (“IAG”) opened in 1928 as a city-owned municipal airport, and expanded in the early 1940s. The airport is also home to the St. Catharines Flying Club, and home to an Air Reserve Base
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