Springfield-Branson National Airport Code

The Springfield-Branson National Airport (SGF) was established in 1957 as a commercial airport for the Springfield-Branson metropolitan area. The airport was originally called the Springfield-Greene County Airport and was owned and operated by the City of Springfield. The original runway was paved with asphalt and measured 5,000 feet in length. In 1975, the airport underwent an expansion project that increased the runway length to 6,700 feet and added a new terminal building. This allowed SGF to accommodate larger aircraft such as Boeing 727s and McDonnell Douglas DC-10s.

In 1989, a second expansion project extended the runway to its current length of 8,000 feet and also added additional taxiways and hangars. In 2000, the City of Springfield sold its ownership interest in SGF to Greene County who now owns and operates it today. The terminal building has undergone several renovations since 2000 including an expansion in 2010 that doubled its size to over 200,000 square feet. Today, SGF serves more than 1 million passengers each year with nonstop flights to more than 20 destinations throughout North America on five different airlines.

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Springfield-Branson National Airport

Springfield Airport – Branson National Airport, MO (SGF)

The Springfield-Branson National Airport is an important aviation hub in the US state of Missouri. It is located in the administrative district of Greene County, which is located in the central southwest of Missouri and whose largest city is Springfield.

  • URL: Springfield – Branson National Airport, MO (SGF)
  • Time zone: GMT -6
  • Service phone: +1 417 868-0500
  • Address: Springfield-Branson National Airport, 2300 N. Airport Boulevard, Springfield, Missouri 65802, USA
  • Operator: City of Springfield
  • Parking: Yes, chargeable, short-term and long-term parking, but the first 30 minutes of the short term are free.
  • Nearby cities: Springfield (9 km)
  • How to get there: Take Interstate 44 to Exit # 75 and then follow the airport signs. Alternatively, the airport can also be easily reached via US Highway 160.
  • Train connections: The nearest possible Amtrak station is about 170 kilometers further north in Sedalia.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.30%), Tuesday (14.38%), Wednesday (14.34%), Thursday (14.34%), Friday (14.27%), Saturday (13.50%), Sunday (14.87%)
  • other spellings: Springfield-Branson, Springfield-Greene County Airport, Springfield Municipal, Спрингфилд (Миссури), ス プ リ ン グ フ ィ ー ル ル ド (ミ ズ ー リ 州), 斯普林 菲尔德 (密苏里 州)

Favorite destinations from Springfield – Branson National Airport, MO (flights per week)

  1. Dallas – Fort Worth International Airport, TX (64, 29.63%)
  2. Atlanta International Airport (39, 18.06%)
  3. Denver International Airport, CO (32, 14.81%)
  4. Charlotte Douglas International Airport, NC (31, 14.35%)
  5. Houston – George Bush Intercontinental Airport, TX (16, 7.41%)
  6. Idaho Falls Regional Airport, ID (7, 3.24%)
  7. Orlando Sanford International Airport (6, 2.78%)
  8. St Petersburg – Clearwater International Airport (5, 2.31%)
  9. Phoenix – Mesa Gateway Airport (4, 1.85%)
  10. Las Vegas – McCarran International Airport, NV (4, 1.85%)
  11. Other (3.71%)

Top airlines (share of take-offs / landings)

  1. Alaska Airlines (128, 13.87%)
  2. United Airlines (96, 10.40%)
  3. American Airlines (80, 8.67%)
  4. British Airways (72, 7.80%)
  5. Philippine Airlines (62, 6.72%)
  6. Aeroméxico (54, 5.85%)
  7. KLM (54, 5.85%)
  8. Allegiant Air (52, 5.63%)
  9. EVA Airways (48, 5.20%)
  10. Air New Zealand (41, 4.44%)
  11. Other (25.57%)

The airport is located 8 kilometers northwest of downtown Springfield. The quickest way to get to the airport for motorists coming from outside the city is Interstate 44. Take I-44 to Exit # 75 and then follow signs to the airport. Alternatively, the airport can also be easily reached via US Highway 160.