Perry Municipal Airport

Perry Municipal Airport is a city-owned, public-use general aviation airport located 5 nautical miles North of Perry, OK. It was originally established as Noble Army Airfield and began operations on February 11, 1942. Assigned to the US Army Air Force Gulf Coast Training Center, Noble Army Airfield offered basic pilot training and was operated by the Enid Flying School as an auxiliary to Enid Army Airfield, now Vance Air Force Base.

While conducting flight training operations, Noble Army Airfield operated Fairchild PT-19s as the primary training aircraft, although other aircraft, including the venerable Boeing PT-17 Stearman, were also assigned to the base. Following the drawdown of USAAF operations at the end of World War II, Noble Army Airfield was deactivated, declared surplus, and turned over to the Army Corps of Engineers. The field was eventually discharged to the War Assets Administration and was deeded to the City of Perry as a commercial airport.

Perry Municipal Airport began official operations in August of 1943 and the City of Perry continues to operate Perry Municipal Airport as a commercial airport. Facilities include, among others: hanger and tie-down space, terminal and lounge space, full-service fuel service (100LL and Jet A) and minor airframe and power plant service. The airport houses a number of aircraft on-site ranging from ultralight aircraft to the corporate jet owned by the Charles Machine Works, Inc. Perry Municipal Airport boasts one of the lowest overall costs in the area, making it a popular place to house and operate aircraft.

Despite the original airfield having operated three runways, the current airport operates a single runway (17/35), though the remnants of the other two are still visible from the air. The runway, measuring 5110ft long by 75ft wide, was resurfaced in 2012 under a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration and the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission. As a result of the runway resurfacing, Perry Municipal Airport is now able to service larger and heavier aircraft.

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Perry Municipal AP, Perry, OK hereby announces its FY 2016-2018 Triennial DBE Goal for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) airport construction projects as indicated below:

  • FY 16:
    4.4% DBE Goal
    Rehab TW

  • FY 17:
    Project Undetermined

  • FY 18:
    Project Undetermined

Overall Three-Year DBE Goal FY16-FY18: 4.4%

FAA Information

FAA Identifier: F22
Lat/Long: 36-23-08.2000N / 097-16-38.0000W
36-23.136667N / 097-16.633333W
36.3856111 / -97.2772222
Elevation: 1002 ft. / 305.4 m (surveyed)
Variation: 06E (1995)
From City: 5 miles N of PERRY, OK
Time Zone: UTC -5 (UTC -6 during Standard Time)
ZIP Code: 73077
Airport Operations
Airport Use: Open to the Public
Sectional Chart: Wichita
Control Tower: No
ARTCC: Kansas City Center
FSS: McAlester Flight Service Station
NOTAM Facility: MLC (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance: 0800 - 1700
Closed Christmas Day
Wind Indicator: Lighted
Segmented Circle: Yes
Lights: ACTVT MIRL RY 17/35 - CTAF
Beacon: White-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Operates Sunset to Sunrise
Airport Communications
WX ASOS at SWO (16 nm SE): 135.725 (405-743-8150)

Contact the Airport

Flying into Perry? For more information about Perry Municipal Airport, please contact airport manager Ty Engel using any of the contact methods listed.


15500 CR 110
Perry, OK 73077


(580) 336-4001