Cape Girardeau Regional Airport
Cape Girardeau Regional Airport is a city-owned, public-use airport in Scott County, Missouri, United States. It located 9 km southwest of the central business district of Cape Girardeau. Opened in 1943, the airport was constructed by the United States Army Air Forces and was known as Harris Army Airfield. Facilities include a full service airport and two runways, the longest measuring 1.9km.
- 1,218m × 30m
- 1,981m × 46m
Fuel & Oil Suppliers servicing Cape Girardeau Regional Airport
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