PGD’s Commitment to Your Safety is
NONSTOP… Just Like the Flights.
Why Fly PGD?
Flights offered at PGD are direct, so no stopping at another airport for a connection.
Reduce your stress by using a small airport that’s easy and quick to get in and out of.
Take advantage of Allegiant’s low air fares to connect with family and friends.
Reduce your exposure during the boarding process with a low-risk, open-air environment where it’s easier to social distance.
Rest assured, PGD has implemented CDC guidelines to help keep you safe.
PGD and its partners, like Allegiant, have increased sanitation and cleaning protocols at the terminal and on aircraft.
Arrive & Drive
Benefit from easy access to parking lots, rental cars and two I-75 entrances once you land at PGD.
Stay in Punta Gorda/Englewood Beach and enjoy nature, outdoor restaurants, excursions and beaches.
Charlotte County Airport Authority and PGD staff are continually monitoring COVID-19 (coronavirus) and are taking the appropriate actions to ensure the safety of the passengers, employees, tenants and visitors who utilize PGD. While we are taking reasonable precautions and encouraging all to follow CDC guidelines, anyone voluntarily entering a public space assumes the inherent risk of possible transmission.
Punta Gorda Airport encompasses 2,000 acres and dozens of aviation-related organizations including flight schools, aircraft maintenance & avionics services, private charter and air ambulance services, aircraft fueling, as well as hundreds of T-Hangars, and non-aviation businesses like FedEx and Pulsafeeder. The Charlotte County Sheriff’s aviation unit, as well as Charlotte County Fire & EMS, aviation-based mosquito control and more are based at PGD. Click here for a full list of tenants.
Punta Gorda Airport is encompassed in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce (Transportation Systems Sector). State measures cannot close a Federally-obligated airport absent prior FAA authorization, and must consider all essential aeronautical services. In general, the FAA does not permit temporary closure or restriction of federally obligated airports for non-aeronautical purposes.