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WST Meaning

WST Airport Meaning

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WST Meaning:

WST stands for Westerly State Airport

Located in Westerly, Rhode Island, WST (Westerly State Airport) is classified as a nonhub airport by the FAA. You can check out more of WST's characteristics and attributes below, including its airport code, location indicator and location identifier.

Westerly State Airport (WST) Characteristics:

      City: Westerly
      State: Rhode Island
      FAA: Westerly State Airport
      IATA: WST
      ICAO: KWST
      Role: P-N

The city and state are where the airport is located, although an airport is sometimes outside of the boundaries city in which it's listed.

The "FAA" refers to the airport's location identifier, which is assigned by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).

The "IATA" refers to the airport code, which is assigned by the IATA (International Air Transport Association). Airports usually share the same FAA and IATA, though some do not.

The "ICAO" refers to the airport's location indicator, which assigned by the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).

WST is a commercial airport, and as such, is designated as a primary (P) airport by the FAA. All primary airports, inlcuding WST, are grouped into four categories (hubs) by the FAA:

      P-N: Nonhub airport (has more than 10,000 annual enplanements, but less than 0.05% of total U.S. annual enplanements)
      P-S: Small hub airport (between 0.05% and 0.25% of U.S. annual enplanements)
      P-M: Medium hub airport (between 0.25 and 1% of U.S. annual enplanements)
      P-L: Large hub airport (at least 1% of U.S. annual enplanements)

WST meaning is Westerly State Airport.

Westerly State Airport can be abbreviated as WST.

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