One of the longer runways in the area, this small regional airport can land many larger planes that some of the other regional airports in the area can not.
El Reno Regional Airport was built in 1943 as a United States Army Air Force WWII primary pilot training airfield. We still maintain original hangars from WWII, but we have since added two T-Hangar units and a unit that includes 40’x40’/60’x60′ executive hangars as well. We are a Regional Business Airport within the Oklahoma Airport System Plan. We are strategically located 3.5 miles south of I-40 and 20 miles from Oklahoma City. Our airport resides just outside of the controlled airspace in OKC, making your approach and departures easier.
Full Service Jet A
Our Jet A fuel comes premixed with Prist from ASAP Energy (Phillips 66 Fuel Provider).
We have two parallel runways; a 5,600-foot concrete runway and a 4,017-foot turf runway.
Assisted Self-Serve Fuel System
We have one of the newest fuel systems in the State of Oklahoma! We offer assisted self-serve AVGAS and JetA. Call for the most up-to-date prices.
We have a 35-foot wide parallel taxiway that extends the length of the runway and a partial, parallel taxiway that allows easier access to our businesses/hangars.