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Marion Municipal Airport

N38-20.25  W96-59.50

HISTORY:

In 1945, the citizens of Marion approved a $10,000 bond issue which was used to purchase 160 acres of ground and to construct buildings. An Airport Board was appointed by the Marion City Commission and is still an intricate part of the airport operation.

UPGRADES:

In 2005 the City of Marion applied for and recieved a grant to complete $100,000.00 worth of upgrades to the airport which included resurfacing the runway, resurfacing the taxiway, new airplane tie down area and new runway lights.

LOCATION:

The Airport is located two miles southeast of Marion and less that a mile from the Marion County Lake.

RUNWAYS:

The elevation of the airport is 1390’. Currently, the asphalt runway is runway 17/35, 2,730 feet long, 40 feet wide, lighted dusk to dawn with asphalt taxi ways that connect the hangars, tie down area and runway. There are three turf runways; Runway 3/21, 2745 feet long and 95 feet wide; runway 13/31, 2722 feet long and 50 feet wide; and runway 18/36 2310 feet long and 67 feet wide.

HANGARS:

Six hangars are available for rent (varies from $50-$90 per month), with storage capacity of 22 airplanes. For information regarding renting Airport Hangers contact City of Marion at 620-382-3703, from 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday.

FACILITIES:

The Pilots loungeis open 24X7 with concessions, restroom and telephone available.

 

Marion City Airport Board

 

Dick McLinden
Jim Braden
Jim Davis
Skip Sieger
Jim Cloutier
Roger Holter, Airport Manager, City Staff Representative