The Dubois County Airport Authority operates the Huntingburg Regional Airport, a facility three miles south of Huntingburg along US 231.  US 231 and State Road 64 intersect two blocks north of the major shopping district with I-64 three miles south of the Huntingburg Regional Airport. 

From its humble beginnings as a privately owned grass-dirt airstrip in 1939, Huntingburg Airport has steadily evolved into a full-service general aviation facility.

In 2022, a 5,501' x 100' paved runway was added to the airport. During this phase of construction, the Huntingburg Regional Airport became the first public -use airport in Indiana that has a tunnel on it. These improvements greatly enhanced its ability to handle increased air traffic demands. The Indiana Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics, reported a total of 12,000 take-offs and landings in 2021. The airport can accommodate aircraft ranging from single-engine airplanes to multi-engine jets.

On the ground is an array of services provided by a fixed base operator including complete aircraft services, corporate aircraft management, rentals, and flight training.  The airport's eleven different hangars currently store 38 aircraft ranging from single and twin-engine airplanes to multi-engine corporate jets and turboprops.

Click here to view a slideshow of the aerial photos of the Huntingburg Airport.

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