El Reno Regional Airport

At a glance

  • Original WWII Hangars
  • Full Service Jet A
  • Two parallel runways (turf and concrete)
  • Assisted Self-Serve Fuel System
  • Taxiway System

About this location

El Reno Regional Airport was built in 1943 as a United States Army Air Force WWII primary pilot training airfield. We still maintain original hangars from WWII, but we have since added two T-Hangar units and a unit that includes 40’x40’/60’x60′ executive hangars as well. We are a Regional Business Airport within the Oklahoma Airport System Plan. We are strategically located 3.5 miles south of I-40 and 20 miles from Oklahoma City. Our airport resides just outside of the controlled airspace in OKC, making your approach and departures easier. Our Jet A fuel comes premixed with Prist from ASAP Energy (Phillips 66 Fuel Provider). We have two parallel runways; a 5,600-foot concrete runway and a 4,017-foot turf runway. We have one of the newest fuel systems in the State of Oklahoma! We offer assisted self-serve AVGAS and JetA. Call for the most up-to-date prices. We have a 35-foot wide parallel taxiway that extends the length of the runway and a partial, parallel taxiway that allows easier access to our businesses/hangars.