CE page airport

C.E. Page, Oklahoma City’s grass-roots airport! Owned by the City of Oklahoma City and operated by the Oklahoma City Airport Trust, the airport occupies approximately 1,000 acres in far west Oklahoma City. There are two paved runways: 17L/35R is 3,500 feet; 17R/35L is 6,000 feet with a RNAV non-precision approach. The airport is equipped with an Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS.) The airport’s FBO, Mid-Continent Automotive, Inc., provides both aviation gasoline and jet fuel. C.E. Page is home to nearly 100 aircraft including medium size business jets, turbo props, single engine trainers, ultra lights and experimental aircraft.

There are two paved runways:

17L/35R is 3,500 feet; 17R/35L is 6,000 feet with a RNAV non-precision approach. The airport is equipped with an Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS.) The airport’s FBO, Mid-Continent Automotive Inc., provides both aviation gasoline and jet fuel. C.E. Page is home to nearly 100 aircraft including medium size business jets, turbo props, single engine trainers, ultra lights and experimental aircraft.




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