Treasure Coast International Airport (FPR) is a public, general aviation airport located 5 km northwest of the central business district of Fort Pierce located in St. Lucie County, Florida. It is owned and operated by the St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners. The airport experiences frequent use by private pilots as well as student pilots and instructors affiliated with Aviator College, the on-site flight school. Due to its close proximity to the Caribbean along with U.S. Customs & Border Protection services available at the airport, it is also a frequent stop for private aircraft coming in and out of the Islands of the Bahamas and other nearby foreign nations.
Since 2018, St. Lucie County and the surrounding area have experienced unprecedented growth in its population and economic development. Using the airport’s Master Plan as it blueprint for growth, the Treasure Coast International Airport is well-positioned to one day provide scheduled passenger service to serve its growing community and positively benefit the local tourism industry.