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For over 75 years, The Ohio State University Airport has served and benefitted many. As a two-time recipient of the Northwest Civic Association's Good Neighbor Award, the airport is an important part of the northwest community.

The Don Scott Trot: A 5K on the RunwayTwo runners finish the The Don Scott Trot: A 5K on the Runway (photo by Meredith Frederick)

The current infrastructure has remained essentially unchanged for over 50 years, and the time has come to make improvements to better serve students, researchers, businesses, and our community. To better understand the airports history and future vision, please visit Aviation Progress at The Ohio State University. Learn how these changes will impact the local community in the video "Modernization Taking Off at OSU Airport" with The Ohio State University College of Engineering Dean David Williams and Northwest Civic Association President John Ehlers speaking at the Columbus Metropolitan Club on August 12, 2015.

For a presentation to your resident association or civic group about the airport, its current operations, and future plans, please contact Doug Hammon, Airport Director, 614-292-5460, ext. 5,