Marshall Municipal Airport
1945 South Odell Avenue
Marshall, Missouri 65340
General Information Request:
Marshall Memorial Municipal Airport is a city owned general aviation facility located on the south side of Marshall.
Our airport covers an area of 225 acres at an elevation of 779 feet above sea level. It has two runways. Runway 18/36 is 5,006 by 75 feet with a concrete surface. Runway 9/27 is 3,320 by 150 feet with a turf surface. The Department of Municipal Services provides all equipment and personnel for maintenance activities at the Airport.
Runway 18/36 can accommodate up, and including, to the B-II Family of Aircrafts.
Airport Attendant hours:
Summer Hours: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Winter Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
AWOS: 118.675 (Phone 660-886-9130)
100 LL Avgas and Jet A (with Prist) are available 24 hours a day on a Self Serve basis.
An airport courtesy car is available for LOCAL USE ONLY on a first come, first serve basis.
Marshall Airport has 19 hangars that are rented by the month.
(Currently all hangars are rented and there is a wait list). The airport also has 10 tie downs that are for rent by the month or by the day.
We have a newly renovated terminal building with the following available to rent:
6 offices (for rent by the month). 1 conference room with a conference table and 7 chairs (for rent by the day).
1 community room that will seat 40 at rectangular tables. Community Room has a kitchenette (for rent by the day).
If you are interested in any of the above please call 660.886.3945 for more information and rates.
The Marshall Airport is home to the Missouri Wing Civil Air Patrol, Squadron MO-117. This CAP squadron conducts meetings and drills routinely at the Airport.
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