Welcome to The Ohio State University Airport!
The Ohio State University Airport serves as a hub to regional industry members, a learning lab for future aviation professionals and a core facility for university research. Since 1942 it has grown to be a nationally recognized leading general aviation facility.
The Ohio State University Airport has distinguished itself as central Ohio’s premier executive airport. A full-service terminal offers incredible pilot, crew and customer amenities, while on-site aircraft maintenance provides full fly-in service. Tenants expert in aircraft detailing partner with the airport to offer high-quality service to customers.
As one of three airports owned by top-tier research universities nationwide, KOSU supports the development of future aviation professionals in a variety of career paths. It is the primary teaching and research nucleus serving the university’s Center for Aviation Studies (CAS) and engages with other units throughout the university. Learn more about CAS: aviation.osu.edu.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Ohio State’s airport enhances the future of aviation by supporting research and development. Interdisciplinary projects span general aviation safety, experimental aircraft, aviation accident investigation, weather instrumentation, runway improvements and public safety training. The university’s world-renowned Aerospace Research Center (ARC) is located on the airport’s campus. ARC focuses the university’s aerospace activities to address current and future air transportation challenges. Learn more: arc.osu.edu.
To learn more about the airport's activities, download an airport fact sheet.