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West Michigan residents enjoy the full four seasons – sunny summers at the beach, crisp fall outings to apple orchards, weekday ski trips throughout winter, and bloom-filled springs.

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West Michigan Airports

Battle Creek 

Kalmazoo Battle Creek International Airport (AZO)
Today, the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport is served by 4 major airlines that fly hundreds of passengers each day to major hubs with worldwide connections. The airport is self-sufficient and has a significant economic impact on Southwest Michigan. The goal of the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport staff is to continue to provide a variety of safe, reliable commercial air transportation services to our customers and to adequately adapt and expand to meet their needs.

W.K. Kellogg Airport
W.K. Kellogg Airport is located approximately three miles
west of the City of Battle Creek and immediately south of the City of Springfield. For the 2007 calendar year, Kellogg Airport was the third busiest airport in Michigan.  Additionally, on a national basis, in 2007 Kellogg Airport was ranked number 179 out of 502 towered airports.

Grand Haven 


The Grand Haven Memorial Airport

The Grand Haven Memorial Airport provides the Grand Haven area with a convenient, accessible and safe Airport for business and recreational small aircraft users. Grand Haven Memorial Airport is a U-5 General Aviation all-weather facility, licensed by the Michigan Bureau of Aeronautics.

Grand Rapids 


Gerald R. Ford International Airport 

In December of 1999, Kent County International Airport became Gerald R. Ford International Airport in honor of Gerald R. Ford, the 38th President of the United States. President Ford served West Michigan as a U.S. Congressman from 1949-1973 and was a long-time supporter of the airport.

Holland

Park Township Airport
Park Township Airport (HLM) is located 4 miles northwest of beautiful Holland, Michigan. You will find it just a mile or so east of Lake Michigan, on the north side of Lake Macatawa placed between Big Bay and Pine Creek Bay.  A well maintained lighted paved strip welcomes you on final, but watch the trees! We are working hard to get the approaches cleared for you!  Our simple service building has 24 hour access.  A phone & weather and rest rooms make it a good place to gather yourself for the day’s activity or flight planning.

Kalamazoo

Kalmazoo Battle Creek International Airport (AZO)

Today, the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport is served by 4 major airlines that fly hundreds of passengers each day to major hubs with worldwide connections. The airport is self-sufficient and has a significant economic impact on Southwest Michigan. The goal of the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport staff is to continue to provide a variety of safe, reliable commercial air transportation services to our customers and to adequately adapt and expand to meet their needs.

Muskegon

Muskegon County Airport
The Muskegon County Airport is a safe, clean and modern commercial air facility serving a five-county area along the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline. Regional airline services are provided by SkyWest Airlines, operating as United Airlines, with 50 passenger jet service to Chicago O’Hare. Rental car services are provided by Alamo, Avis, Hertz and National.

Grand Rapids to Chicago – 4 hours
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Grand Rapids to Detroit – 2.5 hours
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Grand Rapids to Northern Michigan – 4.5 hours
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