About Watertown International Airport (ART, KART)
Situated 5 nautical miles west of the downtown of Watertown, New York, Watertown International Airport is a public use airport owned by County of Jefferson. Generally used for general aviation, Watertown International Airport provides other aircraft operations as well. It is considered as an international port of the private aircraft entry and is characterized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport as a non-hub major commercial service facility. Covering an area of about 1,060 acres, Watertown International Airport provides a host of amenities, including two asphalt surfaced runways in good condition. American Airlines is the leading airline with Philadelphia being a top destination.
There are 35 aircraft based on the field of Watertown International Airport, such as helicopters, jet airplanes, multi-engine airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Watertown International Airport provides are air taxi, military, local general aviation, and transient general aviation.