One Of The Oldest Airports In The U.S., Albany International Airport In New York Is Now 93 Years Old

When you think of airports in New York, your mind probably immediately jumps to the Big Apple’s behemoth John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia Airports. One less populous, but still notable airport is Albany International Airport. Despite its name, Albany International Airport is actually located in Colonie, about six miles northwest of Albany. It is the fifth-largest airport in New York and serves around 1.5 million passengers annually.

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The history of the city of Albany is really interesting. Did you know that it’s the oldest settlement in the country north of Virginia?

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Address: Colonie, NY 12110, USA