Cheyenne County Airport
Photo courtesy of Grace Flying Service.
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HISTORY: The Cheyenne County Airport Authority was formed circa 1979 to manage the construction of the county's first hard surface runway. A $250,000 bond issue, the first bond ever issued by Cheyenne County, passed 59-41%, and the runway was built.
MISSION: To ensure that Cheyenne County Airport provides all-weather aviation access for all types of aircraft, from the Flight-for-Life air ambulance to business/pleasure general aviation airplanes.
The Airport Authority has seven members: two are appointed by the Bird City City Council, two by the Saint Francis City Council, and three by the Cheyenne County Commissioners. The terms last one year.
Dave Yost, President
PO Box 827
Saint Francis, KS 67756-0827
(785) 332-2251 Phone
(785) 332-2310 Fax
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