Spirit of St. Louis Airport (KSUS)
Spirit of St. Louis Airport (KSUS) is a public airport located in Chesterfield, Missouri, just 17 miles west of St. Louis. The airport is owned by St. Louis County and is named after the famous Spirit of St. Louis aircraft. However, the airport is also commonly referred to as the Chesterfield Airport.
Spirit of St. Louis Airport Aircraft
The Spirit of St. Louis Airport sees an average of 260 aircraft operations per day for a total of 94,764 operations per year. Of those operations, 86% were general aviation, 12% were air taxi, 2% were military, and less than 1% were commercial service.
Private Aircraft Based at Spirit of St. Louis Airport
As of March 2018, 394 aircraft were based at the airport. Of these private aircraft, 242 were single-engine, 54 were multi-engine, 78 were jets, and 20 were helicopters.
Private Jets That Can Land at Spirit of St. Louis Airport
Due to the airport’s two runways of differing lengths, various kinds of private jets can land at the Spirit of St. Louis Airport. These aircraft can also take off from the airport. These include heavy jets that can fit up to 20 people, catering to all of your private jet charter needs.
Heavy Executive Jets
Heavy jets like the Gulfstream GV, which seats between 12 and 16 passengers, can easily take off and land at the Spirit of St. Louis Airport. Jets with very long ranges over 3,000 nautical miles, such as the Falcon 2000, can also utilize the airport. This flexibility allows you to plan your ultimate trip regardless of your private jet’s size.