Evansville Regional Airport
Evansville Regional Airport is located in Evansville, Indiana. It is a general aviation airport popular for serving the Tri-State region with small business and personal flights. The airport has two asphalt runways that are both over 5,000 feet long.
The history of this airport dates back to 1942 when the land was originally purchased from local farmers by the War Department. In 1946, after World War II ended, it transitioned into a commercial and civilian facility which is still continuing today through regional growth. Although there have been multiple different owners throughout its history, it has been managed by the Evansville-Vanderburgh Airport Authority since August 2001 and had an estimated economic impact of more than $1 billion on the Tri-State each year while supporting thousands of jobs.
Evansville Regional Airport is home to many businesses, including a FlightSafety International training center and the Tri-State Warbird Museum. It has four fixed-based operators (FBOs) and two on-field restaurants serving fuel along with the food sold in concessions throughout the terminal. The airport also has three flight schools for those who wish to learn how to fly. In addition, it has a national guard base as well as an Army National Guard helicopter unit for mission support, maintenance, and medical rescue training.
Hangars are available for business aircraft owners as well at Evansville Regional Airport. Services offered include 24/7 self storage of up to corporate size aircrafts due to no overnight parking fees as well as the ability for owners to keep their hangar unlocked when they are not in town. Other services include a full-service avionics shop, ground support equipment, and a pilot's lounge area.
The control tower at Evansville Regional Airport also has an observation deck for pilots and passengers to enjoy spectacular views of the Tri-State area from above.
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621 N 9th Ave. Evansville, IN 47712