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The Ohio State University Airport

The Ohio State University Airport (Don Scott Field) is a key gateway to central Ohio for high-profile visitors, from Fortune 500 C-level executives and elected officials to the world’s top professional athletes and entertainers, who fly in for business and major events across the region. Ohio State's airport is certificated by the FAA for commercial service, and is a general aviation reliever airport for the Port Columbus International Airport.

The airport currently has upwards of 200 based aircraft and roughly 75,000 annual operations, making it the fourth busiest airport in Ohio and one of the top 100 general aviation airports nationally. Key based customers include the State of Ohio, MedFlight, and local companies, both large and small.

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Economic Engine

The Ohio State University Airport contributes significantly to the region’s economic prosperity, generating over $157 million in direct and indirect benefits to central Ohio each year. For more information regarding this impact, see the latest Economic Impact Study.