Pontiac is the County Seat of Oakland County and located just north of Detroit. With quick access to I-75, M-59, M-24, Woodward Avenue and Telegraph Road, Pontiac is an ideal location for business, shopping and housing. The city was best known throughout its history for its General Motors automobile manufacturing plants, including Fisher Body and Pontiac East Assembly. The Pontiac Motor Division was the primary automobile assembly plant where Pontiac cars were produced and named after the city.

Airports serving this area:

Oakland County International Airport: (PTK)

Oakland County International Airport is a county-owned public use airport located near Pontiac, Michigan.  The airport is a designated general aviation reliever airport serving individuals, businesses and industries in Oakland County and Detroit city. More than 150 corporations base aircraft at Oakland County which makes the airport a common location for business executives. This airport features three runways with the longest being six thousand five hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Barnstormers Flight Support
  • Contact Aviation
  • Michigan Aviation
  • Oakland Air
  • Pentastar Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Boeing 727Cessna 310

Cessna 402

Cessna 421

Challenger 601

Citation II

Citation III

Citation V

Citation Encore

Citation Sovereign

Convair 5800


Falcon 20

Falcon 50

Falcon 2000Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream IV

Gulfstream IV SP

Hawker 700

Hawker 800

Hawker 850XP

King Air 200

Learjet 31A

Learjet 35A

Learjet 45

Learjet 55

Piper Chieftain

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