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Sedalia Regional Airport

Terminal Building
1900 E. Boonville Road
Sedalia, Missouri 65301
Phone: (660) 826-4128

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The Sedalia Regional Airport, located on the northeastern side of Sedalia, services the aviation needs of the residents and businesses of Sedalia and Pettis County. The airport's main runway (Runway 18-36) is a lighted 5,500' x 100' runway that can accommodate propeller and business jet aircraft. Secondary Runway 5-23 is a 3,520' x 50' lighted runway. More information is available in the Airport Information section.

The airport offers line service, ground transportation, airframe maintenance, aircraft service and repairs, restroom facilities and internet access. For user convenience, most major credit cards are accepted as payment for services and fees.

The Sedalia Regional Airport operates weekdays from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. (6 p.m. during winter), and on weekends from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Columbia Regional Airport

11300 S Airport Dr, Columbia, MO 65201 (573) 874-7508

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Columbia Regional Airport is served by American Airlines and United Airlines providing reliable and convenient direct, non-stop flights from Columbia to Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago O'Hare and Denver International Airports! From those international hubs, you can travel to hundreds of cities and dozens of countries around the world!

With daily, non-stop flights between COU and Chicago or Dallas/Fort Worth, the world is at your doorstep.

American Airlines offers two daily round trip flights between COU to Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and two daily round trip flights between COU and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Jet service to DFW is provided on 75-seat CRJ-900 jet service which includes a first class cabin. Learn more about the Bombardier CRJ-900 aircraft and view a seating chart. Jet service to ORD is provided on 50-seat CRJ145 aircraft.

Dallas Forth Worth International Airport is the main hub for American Airlines. DFW offers nearly 1,900 flights per day and serves over 57 million travelers every year. Ranked as the third busiest airport in the world, DFW was rated as “Best Customer Service in North America” by an Airports Council International survey in 2006 and 2007. Dallas/Fort Worth provides non-stop service to 135 domestic and 38 international destinations worldwide. Visit Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport web site opens in a new window for more information.

Chicago O'Hare International Airport is one of America's best-connected airports and for many years was the busiest airport in the US. Over 70 million travelers a year pass through Chicago O'Hare International Airport which was voted “Best Airport in North America” in 2000 by international travelers surveyed in Business Travelers Magazine. In 2009, Chicago O'Hare received the Global Traveler Award for “Best Airport in North America” for the tenth consecutive year. When Chicago is your destination, you can take advantage of excellent transport links into Chicago by public transit such as CTA's Blue Line or Metra Rail, taxi service or shuttle service. Visit Chicago O'Hare International Airport web site opens in a new window for more information.

American Airlines serve 339 destinations in 54 countries with, on average, over than 6,700 flights daily. Reservations and Customer relations may be reached by calling 1-800-433-7300 or on the web at AA.com .

Daily, non-stop flights to Denver and Chicago! More destinations, more choices.

United Airlines offers daily route trip service between COU to Denver International Airport (DEN) and twice daily round trip flights between COU and Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD). United operates 50-seat CRJ-200 jet aircraft for all flights out of COU.

The new daily flights from COU to Denver combined with the daily flights to Chicago O'Hare now connect passengers to three of the top five megahub airports in the U.S.. Denver's International Airport is ranked as the fourth most connected megahub in the U.S. with Chicago ranked first.

In previous Passenger Demand Analysis, Denver was one of the top requested destinations to and from COU. With over 411 daily peak departures, 115 domestic connections and nine international destinations through United Airlines at Denver International Airport, this new connection will provide many additional options for business and leisure travelers in mid-Missouri. Visit Denver International Airport website for more information.

Flights are currently available for booking at United.com . Reservations and Customer relations may be reached by calling 1-800-864-8331.

Winter weather stretching from Dallas to Chicago and back west to Denver has caused numerous cancellations and delays at COU and other airports. Check your flight status before you depart for the airport.

FLIGHT SCHEDULE

Columbia Regional Airport is served by American Airlines and United Airlines providing reliable and convenient direct, non-stop flights from Columbia to Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago O'Hare and Denver International Airports! From those international hubs, you can travel to hundreds of cities and dozens of countries around the world! !

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Flight information is provided by the airlines and updated every 15 minute.


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Ever wonder if you're really saving money flying from St. Louis or Kansas City for those "lower" fares? Check here to see what the "real" cost of flying from STL or MCI is. Or just take our word for it - less stress, free parking, short TSA lines - yep, it's better flying from COU! And when you land, you're home!

FAQ'S

WHAT AIRLINES SERVE COLUMBIA REGIONAL?
American Airlines and United Airlines serve COU.

American Airlines provides daily, direct service to Chicago O'Hare and Dallas/Forth Worth. United Airlines provides daily, direct service to Denver International Airport and Chicago O'Hare. Both airlines serve hundreds of destinations beyond!

WHAT TYPE OF AIRCRAFT IS USED ON THE COMMERCIAL FLIGHTS?
American Airlines and United Airlines utilize 50-seat Regional Jets, which offer in-flight service, a flight attendant and a restroom.

HOW MUCH WILL I PAY FOR A TICKET FROM COLUMBIA REGIONAL AIRPORT?
Ticket prices vary depending on your destination, the dates and length of the trip and how far in advance reservations are made. All fares will include fees and taxes and are subject to change at any time as determined by the airline. While you may pay a higher face value ticket price then you would flying from St. Louis or Kansas City, you must factor in the cost of driving, your time to and from the airports, and parking costs. Please use the Fare Comparison Calculator to see how a lower price at another airport may not be the least expensive way to travel.

HOW FAR IN ADVANCE OF THE FLIGHT SHOULD I CHECK IN?
The recommended check-in time for flights out of Columbia Regional is at least one (1) hour prior to scheduled flight time. The airline will not accept check-ins or baggage less than 30 minutes prior to departure. The ticket counter closes at 30 minutes prior to departure.

WILL MY BAGGAGE BE CHECKED THROUGH TO MY DESTINATION EVEN THOUGH I AM TRANSFERRING TO ANOTHER PLANE?
If you check baggage when you arrive at the airport, it will be routed to your destination if you booked your trip as one transaction.

WHAT ARE THE REGULATIONS FOR CARRY-ON ITEMS?
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is responsible for screening operations at Columbia Regional. To find out more about carry-on baggage, visit TSA's website.

WHO DO I CALL TO SEARCH FOR A LOST ITEM?
For lost and found items, contact the Airport at 573-874-7508 (Press 2) or the Airport Safety Office at 573-817-5063.

WILL I NEED TO GO THROUGH SECURITY AGAIN AT CHICAGO or DALLAS/FORT-WORTH?
You will arrive in the secured area when arriving at these airports and will not need to need to go through security again when making your connections as long as you do not leave the secured area of the airport.

WHAT ARE THE PARKING FEES AT COLUMBIA REGIONAL?
Parking at Columbia Regional is FREE ! Terminal parking is lighted, next to the Terminal, and patrolled 24/7 by Airport Safety Officers.

IS THERE WI-FI AVAILABLE AT COLUMBIA REGIONAL?
Yes! Free Wi-Fi is provided by the City of Columbia.

CAN YOU CHARTER A FLIGHT AT COLUMBIA REGIONAL?
Central Missouri Aviation (CMA) can assist you with chartered flights by calling them at 573-443-1576. Additional information regarding the services provided by Central Missouri Aviation can be found on their website.

IS GROUND TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE TO AND FROM COLUMBIA REGIONAL?
Yes, ground transportation is available but you will need to call in advance to schedule reservations. View contact information for Taxi Service to Columbia, Jefferson City and the Lake of the Ozarks area. Rates are subject to change so please confirm prices before making reservations.

 

 

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