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IMAGE: A plane prepares to take off from the Kent State University Airport in Stow, Ohio. The airport provides flight training for Kent State students in the aeronautics program.
A plane prepares to take off from the Kent State University Airport in Stow, Ohio. The airport provides flight training for Kent State students in the aeronautics program.
IMAGE: Kent State University offers a flight technology program that trains students to receive private and commercial pilot certificates with an instrument rating. The program is operated at the Kent State University Airport with a fleet of 23 single engine and two twin engine aircraft.
Kent State University offers a flight technology program that trains students to receive private and commercial pilot certificates with an instrument rating. The program is operated at the Kent State University Airport with a fleet of 23 single engine and two twin engine aircraft.
IMAGE: The Kent State University Airport serves as the flight training facility for Kent State's flight technology program, which trains students to receive private and commercial pilot certificates with an instrument rating.
The Kent State University Airport serves as the flight training facility for Kent State's flight technology program, which trains students to receive private and commercial pilot certificates with an instrument rating.
IMAGE: The Kent State Airport, located in nearby Stow, is home to the university’s aeronautics program. The field is named after Andrew Paton, a KSU professor who taught the university’s first aerospace course in 1947
The Kent State Airport, located in nearby Stow, is home to the university’s aeronautics program. The field is named after Andrew Paton, a KSU professor who taught the university’s first aerospace course in 1947

Airport

Serving the Community Since 1917

Kent State University Airport (1G3) is a public airport owned by Kent State University located in Stow, Ohio, along State Route 59, approximately three miles west of the City of Kent.

The Kent State University Airport is a public use General Aviation Airport with approximately 290 acres of land supporting a north/south oriented 4,000 ft x 60 ft paved runway and full parallel taxiway, situated within existing residential and commercial land uses.  The airport currently supports approximately 45,000 flight operations annually and is serviced by four instrument approaches, medium intensity runway and taxiway lighting, terminal facility, t-hangars, community hangar, maintenance hangar, and both Jet-A and 100LL fuel services.

The Kent State University Airport is also used by two flight schools:  the College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability, and Technology's flight technology program provides training and other professional aeronautical training to enrolled Kent State University students; and Commercial Aviation which provides flight training to the local community.

The airport has a team of airport/aviation professionals to meet your personal and business aviation needs.

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