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 140 public-use airports in the state – eight commercial and 132 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 07/24/2014
Kansas Airport Improvement Program
Kansas Airspace Resources
Airport Information (AirNav)
Kansas Airport System Plan (KASP)