Long Island MacArthur Airport

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Long Island MacArthur Airport | ISP

Search for airlines which fly to ISP using the search bar above, and pay for the flights securely and safely using Alternative Airlines. Read on to discover all the information you'll need about Long Island MacArthur Airport, including its facilities, history and runway information.

About Long Island MacArthur Airport

Long Island MacArthur Airport (IATA: ISP) is an airport located in Ronkonkoma, Long Island, New York. The airport is currently owned by the town of Islip, which currently service around 2 million commercial passengers a year.

The airport was first built between 1942 and 1944, where it was called Islip Airport and consisted of three runways and an airport hangar. Soon after, the airport was renamed to MacArthur Airport. It wasn't until 1949 that the first passenger terminal was built, facilitating the airport for commercial passenger services which began in 1960.

Long Island MacArthur Airport Location

The airport is located 60 miles east of Manhattan, and 72 miles west of Montauk Point. It is located on the island of Long Island, in New York, USA. See the airport's location on the interactive map below:

Facilities

The airport covers an area of 1,311 acres, complete with four runways and two helipads. The terminal building is small yet modern, with enough to do to entertain you for a short layover or wait for a flight.

Facilities Include:

Free timed WiFi

Art Gallery

ATMs

Baby Care Facilities

Small retail area

Food concessions

Mobile eBook Library

There are currently no airport lounges at this airport.

Runways

Direction Length (m) Length (ft) Surface
6/24 2,135 7,006 Asphalt
15L/33R 968 3,175 Asphalt
15R/33L 1,581 5,186 Asphalt

Helipads

Number Length (m) Length (ft) Surface
H1 15 50 Asphalt
H2 15 50 Asphalt

Terminals

Main Terminal

There is currently only one terminal at this airport, which operates flights for all airlines out of this airport. There are two concourses in this terminal. Concourse A has 9 gates and concourse B has two gates.

 

Airlines that fly to Long Island MacArthur Airport

The airport is currently only home to three airlines:

American Eagle

Frontier Airlines

Southwest Airlines

Top Destinations

Popular Domestic Destinations

 

Rank Airport Passengers Airlines
1 Orlando, Florida 223,580 Frontier, Southwest
2 Baltimore, Maryland 166,420 Southwest
3 West Palm Beach, Florida 127,780 Frontier, Southwest
4 Tampa, Florida 105,770 Frontier, Southwest
5 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 58,600 Southwest
6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 34,400 American
7 Fort Myers, Florida 30,180 Frontier
8 Miami, Florida 24,750 Frontier
9 Chicago-O'Hare, Illinois 19,070 Frontier
10 San Juan, Puerto Rico 13,480 Frontier

 

How to get to Long Island MacArthur Airport

 

By Road

The airport is a 1 hour 30 minute drive from Manhattan, and can be accessed via the I-495 or I-95.

By Public Transport

There are multiple us routes that connect the airport to New York City and to the Hamptons. There is a train station a mile north of the airport called Ronkonkoma Station, which connects the area to New York City.

By Rental Car

There are multiple car rental companies located at the airport, including Hertz, National and Enterprise.