Transportation & Engineering

Transportation & Engineering

Pilot Information

Technical & Operational Information

Runways

  • 3R/21L - 6,100 x 150' Conc. Asphalt/Grooved (Part 139)(Planned 7000ft.)
  • 7/25 - 5,140 x 100' Concrete Asphalt/Grooved
  • 3L/21R - 3,817 x 100' Concrete Asphalt/Grooved

Runway Weights

Runway SW DW DTW
3R/21L 50,000# 70,000# 135,000#
7/25 11,000# 20,000# 55,000#
3L/21R 11,000#    

Lighting/Approach Aids

Runway 3R 21L 7 25 3L 21R
Edge Intensity HIGH HIGH MED MED MED MED
VASI P4R V4L N V4L N V4L
ILS LOC-BC CAT I (CAT II ) N N N N
Apch Lights N MALSR N N N N

Ground Transportation

  • I-71 (1 Interchange - 6 miles)
  • I-275 (1 Interchange - 3 miles)
  • U.S. Route 50 - 1 mile
  • Ohio Route 125 - 1 mile

FAR 139 Certified

Limited to 30 Seat Scheduled Operations/Pursuing Full Part 139 Cert. (Runway 3R/21L, Taxiways A,B,C)

Crash, Fire & Rescue Facilities

  • 24 hours
  • Strategically located at the Airport
  • INDEX A - Trained & certified aircraft & structural firefighters.
  • EMT & EMT-P Certified.

Snow Operations

  • 12 employees with equipment valued at $2 million
  • Available 24 hours
  • City assets available as necessary.

Fueling Capability

  • Two Full-Service FBOs
  • Over 500,000 gallons above and in-ground

Tower Operations

  • Hours of Operation: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • In-Tower Weather Observation: 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • Automated Weather Observation: 513-321-6291
  • No Air Carrier operations during tower closure

Customers Facilities

  • 24 hours (on-call)
  • Agricultural inspection also available

Noise Abatement

  • Recommended Procedures: Climb Runway heading to 2,000 ft. before turning on course, or as per ATC.