Columbus Municipal Airport (Nebraska)
Columbus Municipal Airport
|Owner||Columbus Airport Authority|
|Elevation AMSL||1,447 ft / 441 m|
Columbus Municipal Airport (IATA: OLU, ICAO: KOLU, FAA LID: OLU) is a mile (2 km) northeast of Columbus, in Platte County, Nebraska. It is owned by the Columbus Airport Authority; it has 100LL and JetA fuel for sale.
The first airline flights were Mid-West Airlines Cessna 190s in 1950–51. Frontier DC-3s arrived in 1965; its last Convair 580 left in 1979.
The airport covers 602 acres (244 ha), and has two runways: 14/32 is 6,800 x 100 ft (2,073 x 30 m) concrete and 2/20 is 4,135 x 150 ft (1,260 x 46 m) turf. In the year ending August 24, 2007 the airport had 15,000 aircraft operations, average 41 per day: 97% general aviation, 3% air taxi and <1% military.
- PDF, effective 2007-10-25
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