The Mission of the Kirksville Regional Airport is to provide the highest quality of service and facilities that meets the needs of its customers and community. The airport provides airport services to the region with safe and effective operations. We are committed to operating the airport in a manner that promotes the region's prosperity, economic development, and quality of life.
Located four miles south of Kirksville on the west side of US Highway 63, the Kirksville Regional Airport has been an important part of Kirksville and Adair County since the early 1930s when it was created as a backup military airport. Kirksville Regional Airport will surprise you with the high tech capabilities and variety of services this small airport has to offer. Our small size allows for a quick and convenient fuel stop, and when added to our available equipment and services, Kirksville Regional Airport will always be your preferred pit stop!
Kirksville is one of the best kept secrets for Jet-A-Fuel stops. Read more >>
Easy and convenient stop! We take great pride in constantly updating our services and equipment. We offer flight planning, pilots lounge, delicious local catering, A & P onsite & avionics, ARFF services, courtesy car, rental cars and dedicated customer service. Read more >>
Overnight & monthly hangar space available! For information regarding hangar rental contact the FBO at 660.665.5020 Ext. 3. Read more >>
Aviation in Kirksville, Missouri, started in 1924 just north of town, with a small grass strip owned by Roy B. “Cap” Dodson. The current facility, Kirksville Regional Airport, is located four miles south of Kirksville on the west side of US Highway 63 and serves the northeastern portion of the state. This current location was established in 1930 when the Federal Aviation Administration built an emergency landing strip on this site. The Airport has been an important part of Kirksville and Adair County since 1942 when it became one of the United States government’s Civil Pilots Training Program Centers and a War Training Service Center for the Army Air Corp during WWII. Read more >>