|Owner||Civil Aviation Authority of Uganda|
|Operator||Soroti Flying School|
|Elevation AMSL||3,641 ft / 1,110 m|
The airport was originally built as a school for the British Overseas Airways Corporation to train their pilots in tropical flying techniques. It was later used by the East African Civil Aviation Academy to train pilots from the East African Community.
Today, the airport is home to the Soroti Flying School, which has various aircraft, including a Cessna 310. The flying school provides training through instrument and multi-engine ratings. The flying school has dormitories, food service, and classrooms.