Kent State University Airport
|Owner||Kent State University|
|City||Stow, Ohio, USA|
Kent State University Airport (FAA LID: 1G3) is a public airport in Stow, Ohio, United States owned by Kent State University. Besides being a public airport, the Kent State University Airport is used in the College of Technology's Aeronautics program which provides flight training and other professional aeronautical training to enrolled Kent State University students. The airport also operates a Flight Clinic for the general public who are interested in attaining private pilot instruction. Kent State has a leading Pilot Training Bridge Program with United Express designed to help students become a pilot in the airline industry.
There is a VOR-DME 10nm from the airfield called AKRON (ACO, 114.4, *- *-*- ---). The airport is on radial 285 outbound and radial 105 inbound. The CTAF operates on 122.725; there is no ATIS. AKRON-CANTON APPROACH provides approach and departure services on 118.6 MHz.
Only the asphalt runway is modeled in FlightGear. Runways 5/23 and 9/27 are permanently closed. Charts are available at the website.