Airports

The Southern Ohio region is served by four local airports as well as the major commuter airport in Columbus, Ohio.

Port Columbus International Airport (Franklin County, Ohio)

  • Located 6 miles east of Columbus, Ohio and approximately 56 miles north of Chillicothe, Ohio
  • 76 aircraft based on the field, including 39 jet airplanes
  • Average of 367 aircraft operations daily
  • 43% of operations are commercial, with 36% air taxi, 17% transient general aviation, and 4% military3.6-JEDISO-PortColumbusAirport-02
  • Runway 10R/28L:
  • 10,113 by 150 feet (3082 by 46 m)
  • Asphalt/grooved
  • Runway 10L/28R:
  • 8,000 by 100 feet (2438 by 46 m)
  • Asphalt/grooved

Huntington Tri-State Airport (Wayne County, West Virginia)

  • Located approximately 40 miles southeast of Portsmouth, OH

    Huntington tri-state airport sign

    Huntington Tri-State Airport

  • 45 aircraft based at this airport: 69% single-engine, 18% multi-engine, 11% jet, and 2% helicopter
  • Average of 36 flights per day
  • 68% general aviation, 24% air taxi, 4% scheduled commercial, and 4% military
  • It has one asphalt runway, 12/30, 7,016 by 150 feet (2,138 x 46 m)

Greater Portsmouth, Ohio Regional Airport (Scioto County, Ohio)

  • Located just off of Route 335 in Minford, Ohio, 10 miles northeast of Portsmouth

    Scioto County Airport external

    Scioto County Airport

  • 32 aircraft based on the field
  • Average of 125 aircraft operations daily
  • 59% of operations are local general aviation, with 39% transient general aviation, and air taxi and military each accounting for less than 1%
  • Two runways, each of which have the same specifications
  • 5,006 by 100 feet (1526 by 30 m)
  • Asphalt

James A. Rhodes Airport (Jackson County, Ohio)

  • Located 5 miles southeast of Jackson, Ohio
  • 22 aircraft based on the field
  • Average of 116 aircraft operations weekly
  • 74% of operations are local general aviation, with 12% air taxi, 9% transient general aviation, and 5% military
  • Runway 1/19:
  • 5,201 by 75 feet (1585 by 23 m)
  • Asphalt

Pike County Airport (Waverly, Ohio)

  • Located in Waverly, Ohio

    Pike County Airport sign

    Pike County Airport

  • 5 aircraft based on the field
  • Average of 39 aircraft operations weekly
  • 60% of operations are transient general aviation, with 40% local general aviation, and less than 1% military
  • Runway 7/25:
  • 4,899 by 75 feet (1493 by 23 m)
  • Asphalt

Ross County Airport (Chillicothe, Ohio)

  • Located 6 miles northwest of Chillicothe, Ohio
  • 30 aircraft based on the field
  • Average of 137 aircraft operations daily
  • 72% of operations are local general aviation, with 19% transient general aviation, 8% military, and 1% air taxi
  • Runway 5/23:
  • 5,405 by 100 feet (1647 by 30 m)
  • Asphalt
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