Pocatello Regional Airport
|Pocatello Regional Airport / Space Port
Pocatello Army Airfield
|2006 USGS Orthophoto|
|IATA: PIH – ICAO: KPIH|
|Operator||City of Pocatello|
|Elevation AMSL||4,452 ft / 1,357 m|
Pocatello Regional Airport (IATA: PIH, ICAO: KPIH) is a public airport located about 7 miles west of the city of Pocatello, in Power County, Idaho, USA. The airport has two runways. The airport is built on the site of the Pocatello Army Airfield, a World War II training base. Many of the base facilities have been razed, although four large hangars remain. The airport is also the home to the National Weather Service Pocatello Office.
Airlines and destinations
|Delta Connection operated by SkyWest Airlines||Salt Lake City|
In 1943, the Pocatello Army Airfield was built as a Second Air Force heavy bomber (B-17, B-24) training base.
In 1949, it became surplus property and was obtained by the city of Pocatello to build a commercial airport.
- Western Airlines: Historic Route Maps and Timetables
- 1987 Western Airlines: Route Map
- Eugene Register-Guard: Horizon to Add Flight Tying Boise, Pocatello
- Pocatello hoping to keep Big Sky Airlines at airport
- Notice of Intent to Discontinue Service
- Idaho Business Review: Pocatello loses airport manager, airline
- Pocatello Regional Airport
- Pocatello Air Traffic Control Tower
- Pocatello Avcenter Fixed Base Operation: fuel, charter, flight training
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