The average person spends about four hours in the car or shuttle. Let's consider an individual making $50,000 a year. $50,000/2080 = $24.04 hourly. That's an extra $100.00 the company just paid to have their executive drive themselves to the airport! (We won't count this expense. We'll give them the benefit of the doubt as they may consider the driving time just part of that employee's travel day, or it may be a leisure trip).
What is your time worth to you or your employer?
The Quincy Regional Airport / Baldwin Field serves the Tri-State area with commercial air service and general aviation services. Daily commercial flights to Chicago O'Hare International Airport offer travelers connections to many domestic and international destinations. The airport also offers many opportunities for commercial and industrial development in the Baldwin Field Business Park.
Free Parking: All patrons of the businesses located at Baldwin Field are entitled to free parking in the municipal parking lot.
Close To Home: Baldwin Field is just a short drive from places in Southeast Iowa, Northeast Missouri and West Central Illinois. The airport is just minutes from downtown Quincy and the main commercial districts.
Competitive Airfares: Commercial airlines serving Baldwin Field offer competitive airfares to hundreds of domestic and international destinations. Call your local travel agent and ask to fly from Quincy. Avoid the drive!
Easy Access: The Quincy Municipal Airport is located 6 miles east of Quincy on Illinois Route 104, a four-lane divided highway with easy connections to Interstate Highways I-172 and I-72 and US Highways 61 and 24.
Variety of Passenger Services: One-stop airline check-in for seat assignments, boarding passes, luggage check and gate information. The terminal also offers travelers a full service restaurant, vending, car rentals, ATM, taxi services, conference room with catering, and air-charter services.