Central Wisconsin Airport covers an area of 1,800 acres (730 ha) which contains two concrete paved runways: 8/26 measuring 7,648 x 150 ft (2,331 x 46 m) and 17/35 measuring 6,501 x 150 ft (1,982 x 46 m). For the 12-month period ending December 31, 2014, the airport had an average of 42 aircraft operations per day: 65% scheduled commercial, 34% general aviation and 1% military. In 2016, there were 24 aircraft based at this airport: 18 single-engine, 4 multi-engine and 2 jet aircraft. 
In 1997, the terminal was modernized with five new gates, and the highway access has been reconstructed. A 2005 master plan calls for relocation of the main terminal to a central location on the airport site. The final design can be viewed here: 
CWA has T-Hangars for lease or an individual or corporation can construct their own hangar.
On 1 September 2012, the airport began a $10 million modernization program, moving the security checkpoints and enlarging the ticket counters to lower passenger congestion. The airport is gaining a geothermal energy system that will reduce utility bills, providing all but 20% of its heating and cooling requirements.