Our Newton maintenance and interior facilities are located at the North end of the Newton City-County Airport (KEWK) approximately 2 miles east of Newton, KS. The airport is located on approximately 800 acres and was originally constructed as an auxiliary flight training facility for the U.S. Navy. Today it serves as a transport facility, and has been designated by the FAA as a general aviation reliever airport for Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport. The primary runway is over 7,000 feet long with ILS and GPS approach.
Our Sidney maintenance facility is located at Sidney Municipal Airport (KSNY), also known as Lloyd W. Carr Field, approximately three miles southwest of the Sidney, NE. The 732-acre airport opened in 1947. The airport has daily UPS flights to Cheyenne for express mail and air cargo handling, and has strong ties to Cabela’s headquarters located in Sidney. The primary runway, Runway 12/30, measures 6,600 feet in length and 100 feet in width.
Our Winfield paint facility is located at Strother Field Airport (KWLD) approximately 5 miles south of Winfield, KS and 5 miles north of Arkansas City, KS. Strother Field Airport/Industrial Park is a 1600+ acre general aviation airport and industrial park, established during World War II as an Army Air Corps training base. Today the industrial park area is home to a number of manufacturing businesses including GE Aviation. The general aviation airport is one of the larger and better equipped community airports in the State of Kansas. The airport has two runways, the North/South being 5500' in length and the crosswind being 3150'. The runways are lighted/pilot controlled. They are equipped with an ILS and have a GPS approach.