Keokuk Municipal Airport-Lindner Field

2504 340th Street


Manager: Raymond Ott 


City of Keokuk Municipal AirportThe Keokuk Municipal Airport established in 1946 is operated by the City of Keokuk and managed by Raymond Ott.  The airport can accommodate all types of General Aviation aircraft up to large business jets. The airport is designated as an Enhanced General Aviation airport by the Iowa DOT Office of Aviation.
The Keokuk Airport has a full ILS approach, 4 GPS WAAS enabled approaches, and approach lighting systems for all weather operations two runways, a primary @ 5500 feet and a crosswind runway @ 3575 feet. Each of these runways is 100 feet wide and PCC Surfaced. Parallel taxiways with lighting provide safe access to the runways. Perimeter fencing surrounding the airport helps prevent wildlife incursions and provides security. Automated weather is available on the airport and a remote communications outlet allows for interaction with FAA air traffic control while on the ground.
FBO services provided are fueling and hanger storage.  Annually each July a fly in is held with vintage Liaison type aircraft in attendance.

Commercial air service is available 20 minutes away at the Southeast Iowa Regional Airport with flights arriving and departs daily to St. Louis.

Location: Keokuk, IA
Elevation: 671 feet
40-27-35.993N, 091-25-43.299W
Runway Information

Identifier Length:
14/32 3,575 feet
08/26 5,500 feet

Unicom 122.80
AWOS 118.375
RCO FOD/FSS 122.125
ILS /DME APPCH Runway 26 110.90

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