Mount Vernon Airport

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Mt. Vernon Outland Airport
IATA: MVNICAO: KMVNFAA LID: MVN
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Mount Vernon Airport Authority
Location Mount Vernon, Illinois
Elevation AMSL 480 ft / 146.3 m
Coordinates 38°19′24″N 88°51′31″W / 38.32333°N 88.85861°W / 38.32333; -88.85861Coordinates: 38°19′24″N 88°51′31″W / 38.32333°N 88.85861°W / 38.32333; -88.85861
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
5/23 6,498 1,981 Asphalt
15/33 3,149 960 Asphalt

Mount Vernon Outland Airport (IATA: MVNICAO: KMVN) is three miles (5 km) east of Mount Vernon, in Jefferson County, Illinois. It has no scheduled airline, but it was once served by Air Kentucky doing business as US Airways Express. From the 1960's through the mid 1980's the airport was also served by Ozark Airlines. This ended with Ozark Airlines being sold to Trans World Airlines (TWA) in 1986. The airport is named for longtime airport board member Earl Outland.

Facilities[edit]

Mount Vernon Airport covers 1,100 acres (445 ha) and has two runways:

  • 5/23: 6,498 by 150 ft (1,981 by 46 m) Asphalt
  • 15/33: 3,149 by 100 ft (960 by 30 m) Asphalt

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