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Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport

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Continent: North America Country: United States Region: Florida
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport
Location Fort Lauderdale, Florida
IATA code FXE
ICAO code KFXE
Airport type Public
Website http://www.flyfxe.com/
Overview map [ ]
Communications
Tower 120.9
Ground 121.75
Clearance 127.95
Approach 119.7
Departure119.7
ATIS 119.85

Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport is a general aviation airport owned and operated by the city of Fort Lauderdale. It serves as a reliever to Fort Lauderdale/ Hollywood International Airport. KFXE offers air taxi and charter services, flight training, maintenance and avionics, and a 24-hour FAA control tower.

Official Spotting Locations

The official spotting location is off of NW 31st Avenue and Prospect Road. Head east on Prospect Road, then make a quick left turn onto Perimeter Road. Make a left into the first parking lot on your left. This area contains a covered picnic table and has ATC feeds playing through a loudspeaker installed. Though it is offset from the approach end of Runway 9, you can get good views of the corporate flights landing and departing FXE.

Other Spotting Locations

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Locations to Avoid

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Regular Traffic

This is an almost exclusively general aviation airport, so expect to see plenty of Cessna's, Piper's, and other light aircraft. The receive a large amount of corporate jet traffic as well and the occasional charter with a 737 or similar sized aircraft.

Facilities and Transportation