Logan-Cache Airport

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Logan-Cache Airport
Airport type Public
Operator Logan City & Cache County
Location Logan, Utah
Elevation AMSL 4,457 ft / 1,358.5 m
Coordinates 41°47′28.4″N 111°51′05.7″W / 41.791222°N 111.851583°W / 41.791222; -111.851583Coordinates: 41°47′28.4″N 111°51′05.7″W / 41.791222°N 111.851583°W / 41.791222; -111.851583
Website [1]
Direction Length Surface
ft m
17/35 9,010 2,746 Asphalt
10/28 4,000 1,219 Asphalt

Logan-Cache Airport (IATA: LGUICAO: KLGUFAA LID: LGU) is three miles northwest of Logan in Cache County, Utah. It is governed by the Logan-Cache Airport Authority formed by Inter-local Agreement between Cache County and Logan City in 1992. The Airport was previously owned by Cache County and managed by the County Commissioners. The Authority is governed by a seven-member board: The Mayor of Logan, the Cache County Executive, two members appointed by the Mayor, two members appointed by the County Executive and the seventh member appointed by the other board members. The mayor and executive serve during their terms in elected office and the other five members serve for a period of two years and may be reappointed. The authority is subsidized by Logan City and Cache County and has no power to tax or bond for additional funding. Its revenues are derived from leases of land, buildings, fuel flow fees and tie down fees.[1]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Western Airlines stopped at Logan from the 1940s until West Coast replaced them in 1959; West Coast pulled out in 1964. Key Airlines then served Logan from Salt Lake City from 1964 to 1976. From 1976, Utah carrier Transwestern Airlines had company headquarters at Logan airport, with flights to their hub at Salt Lake until their acquisition by Horizon Air in December 1983. Currently the only scheduled service comes from Ameriflight and Gem Air on contract with UPS, flying small package cargo from Logan to Salt Lake City and points in Idaho. The airport also sees frequent charter flights on behalf of Utah State University's athletic teams and their opponents.


Airlines Destinations
Ameriflight Pocatello, Salmon, Salt Lake City
Gem Air Salmon, Salt Lake City

Airport use[edit]

Logan-Cache Airport is the training base for Utah State University's aviation students. USU currently occupies several hangars on the north end of the airport access road. The university also operates the dispatch office in the main passenger terminal. Leading Edge Aviation is located near the public parking lot, on the east side of the main airport access road. Leading Edge also offers flight training, FBO services, and a pilot supply shop. There are also several independent CFIs based at the airport. Helicopter flight training is provided by Mountain Ridge Helicopters.

The airport is also popular with glider pilots, who often fly long distances from thermal and ridge lift near the mountains.


Logan-Cache Airport covers 602 acres (244 ha) and has two runways:

  • 17/35: 9,010 x 100 ft. (2,746 x 30 m) Asphalt
  • 10/28: 4,000 x 60 ft. (1,219 x 18 m) Asphalt

The airport has two non-operational control towers and remains a Class G, uncontrolled airport, with Class E airspace beginning at 700 ft. AGL.


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