Corporate, charter and private aircraft at Albany International Airport are served by Million Air, a world-class fixed base operator. Million Air operates more than 30 FBOs in the United States.
Pilot and passenger lounges
Mercedes-Benz crew Car
Flight Planning Facilities
Aircraft hangar storage and tie downs
Jet A Fuel - AV Gas
Contact Million Air at (518) 242-2444 or on Ground frequency 129.7.
Current fuel prices can be found at www.airnav.com (KALB)
Space is currently available in three heated hangars at the airport with services provided by Million Air. Please contact John DelBalso, Assistant Airport Manager at (518) 242-2355 or Robert Heitz, General Manager, Million Air at (518) 242-2444.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is responsible for all aircraft operations on the ground and in the airspace of the Albany International Airport.
The FAA operates the Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) and the Flight Standards office.
The new tower, which began handling operations in February of 1999,stands 90 feet tall. Its 13,000 square foot base-building houses the radar room or TRACON (Terminal Radar Approach Control) where air traffic controllers monitor the in-flight activity of all aircraft entering Albany airspace.
Other air traffic controllers work within the glass-enclosure at the top of the tower. From the "cab," they monitor all aircraft activity on the ground and keep a visual watch on all aircraft approaching or departing the airport's two runways.
FAA Flight Standards District Office
7 Airport Park Blvd
Latham, NY 12110
FAA Airway Facilities Sector Office
Customs & Border Protection at ALB
Albany International Airport is an Airport of Entry (AOE) to the United States.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) must be notified at least two hours in advance of an aircraft arrival time at the Albany International Airport.
Albany is an "international airport of entry” as defined in 19 CFR §122.13. It is the pilot's responsibility to notify CBP of an incoming flight. Notification may be made by any means including ADCUS message in the flight plan through the FAA. Pilots are encouraged to communicate directly with CBP at (518) 431-0200, (800) 973-2867 or (407) 975-1740.
Information regarding crew, passengers, and cargo on board an aircraft arriving from or departing for foreign destinations must be transmitted electronically to CBP as per 19 CFR Part 122, subparts C, E, G, and H.
The Air Traffic Control Tower will direct incoming international General Aviation flights to the CBP office ramp.
The CBP office can be reached at (518) 431-0200. After hours calls from the United States can be directed to the National Law Enforcement Communications Center toll-free number at (800) 973-2867. Calls from outside the United States should be directed to (407) 975-1740.