The tour kicks off Sept. 29 and will make stops around the state. Find out more from the links below.
WELCOME TO KDOT AVIATION
From open space to aerospace, aviation in Kansas continues to be on the leading edge of a vibrant industry. Kansas continues to play a pivotal role in aviation's impact on our culture, history and economy. There are 138 public-use airports in the state – eight commercial and 130 general aviation. In aggregate, our airports account for $10.4 billion in on-airport economic activity. Through innovation, exploration and manufacturing, Kansas continues to exemplify the American spirit. Kansas aviation leads the way through a willingness to look beyond the limits of the possible, forging a path for the next generation.
Latest Newsletter 03/05/2015
Kansas Airport Improvement Program
Kansas Airspace Resources
Airport Information (AirNav)
Kansas Airport System Plan (KASP)