City of Rolla, Missouri
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Rolla, MO 65401

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Rolla National Airport

rna signRolla National Airport is a former U.S. Army airfield located on U.S. Highway 63 in Maries County approximately 14 miles north of Rolla. The airport is owned and operated by the City of Rolla, and features two lighted 5500' x 100' asphalt runways. The airport is served by both nonprecision VOR/DME and GPS approaches. Available services include fuel sales, hanger and tie-down rental provided by the City, as well as hangar rental and flight instruction services provided by private businesses at the site.

Rolla National Airport is home base for 52 single and multi-engine planes, and serves as an important transportation hub for many large local businesses and government organizations, including Kingsford Charcoal, Wal-Mart, Garmin International, Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores, Colton's Steakhouse, Phelps County Regional Medical Center, Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T), and the State of Missouri. The airport averages over 22,000 operations on a yearly basis. The airport grounds also offer substantial potential for industrial & commercial development.

Contact the Rolla Airport
Darrin Bacon - Manager
(573) 299-4498

Rolla National Airport
631 Airport Drive
Vichy, MO 65580

Airport Leasing &
Hanger Rental
(573) 299-4498

Rolla Airport
Industrial Park

Cyndra Lorey

Location: Vichy, Missouri

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Airport Master Plan - Looking Ahead

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The future requirements of the Rolla National Airport will be evaluated not only from the standpoint of aviation needs, but also from the relationship of airport facilities to the surrounding land uses and the community as a whole. This planning document will focus on a complete and comprehensive aviation facility, with the overall goal being facilities development that can accommodate future demand that is not significantly constrained by its environs.

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