This current view is looking south on Runway 14 toward Carbondale, Colorado.
Located in the heart of the Rockies, the Glenwood Springs Municipal Airport is one of the oldest airports in the nation. With a runway length of 3300 feet, we are home a variety of small General Aviation airplanes and helicopters. Operations are daylight hours only, but we are open 24 hours a day for self-service 100LL and Jet A fueling. Located between the Eagle/Vail, Rifle/Garfield County, and Aspen Airports – you’ll find our location the gateway to your next adventure. Plus, we are only three miles from downtown Glenwood Springs.
Although owned by the City of Glenwood Springs, the airport does not receive City or Federal funding – we operate solely off of fuel sales, tie-down and hangar fees, donations, and the passion of the pilots who call this place home.
The airfield hosts businesses such as a superior aircraft maintenance facility, a sky-diving operation, Emergency Medical Services, high altitude helicopter training, flight instruction and scenic flights. We also support many services such as fire-fighting contracts, US Fish and Games, Search and Rescue, CDOT, tourism and many more. Check out our website for more details: www.glenwoodspringsairport.com
If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to our airport, please send your name and payment to: Friends of the Glenwood Springs Airport, PO Box 1150, Glenwood Springs, CO 81602. Friends of the GWS Airport is a non-profit organization consisting of citizens and business owners who are concerned about the future of the Airport. Your support and input helps continue aviation in the Roaring Fork Valley.
We have an exciting year of events planned for 2019. Your participation and support is greatly encouraged and appreciated! Please mark your calendars for the following dates and let me know if you’re able to help out and/or have any questions!
February 25th – Community Forum with Classic Air Care. 6-8pm at Sopris Elementary Cafeteria. See attached flyer and invite your neighbors! Come meet the Classic crew and see the helicopter up close! (Helicopter will land at the school weather dependent)
March 6th – Airport Scenario Planning Public Meeting, 6pm at Sopris Elementary. This is the first public meeting with the consultants, Gruen, Gruen + Associates, who are conducting the airport land use survey.
May 18th – Clean-Up Day and Potluck BBQ, Weather dependent. All volunteers welcome.
June 8-9th – KGWS Fly-In sponsored by Colorado Pilots Association. More details to follow.
June 26th – Cessna 180/185 Convention Pancake Breakfast at the Airport. Wednesday morning. Fly in for some pancakes or come see some cool aircraft!
August 17th – Aviation Expo. More details to follow.
Happy flying and hope to see more of you this year!