Ardmore Municipal Airport
|Ardmore Municipal Airport
Ardmore Industrial Airpark
|IATA: ADM – ICAO: KADM – FAA LID: ADM|
|Owner||City of Ardmore|
|Elevation AMSL||777 ft / 237 m|
Ardmore Municipal Airport (IATA: ADM, ICAO: KADM, FAA LID: ADM) is in Carter County, Oklahoma, 12 miles northeast of the city of Ardmore, which owns it. It is near Gene Autry, Oklahoma. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 called it a general aviation airport.
The airport is on the site of Ardmore Army Air Field (1942 to 1946), later Ardmore Air Force Base (1953 to 1959).
Central Airlines served Ardmore from about 1951 until 1963.
On April 22, 1966 American Flyers Flight 280 on approach to Ardmore crashed into a hill. 83 of the 98 aboard were killed.
Ardmore Municipal Airport covers 2,503 acres (1,013 ha) at an elevation of 777 feet (237 m). It has two runways: 13/31 is 9,001 by 150 feet (2,744 x 46 m) concrete and 17/35 is 5,350 by 100 feet (1,631 x 30 m) asphalt.
In the year ending July 2, 2009 the airport had 45,729 aircraft operations, average 125 per day: 80% general aviation and 20% military. 15 aircraft were then based at the airport: 40% single-engine, 13% multi-engine, and 47% jet.
The airport has an FAA staffed control tower, full instrumentation, parking for up to 100 commercial sized aircraft and over 36,000 sq ft (3,300 m2). of hangar space. The associated industrial park has over 2,900 acres (12 km2), with a Burlington Northern Santa Fe spur.
- FAA Airport Master Record for ADM ( PDF). Federal Aviation Administration. Effective August 25, 2011.
- "2011–2015 NPIAS Report, Appendix A (PDF, 2.03 MB)". National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. Federal Aviation Administration. October 4, 2010.
- Lakeland Aviation, Inc. (fixed base operator for Ardmore Municipal Airport)
- PDF (6.13 MiB)
- Carter County water treatment constructed at airport (July 16, 2004 press release)
- (PDF), effective December 11, 2014
- FAA Terminal Procedures for ADM, effective December 11, 2014
- Resources for this airport: