Aerial View of the Sidney AirportThe Sidney City Airport, located three miles south of Sidney on Sidney-Plattsville Road, was started as a privately owned airstrip in 1956 and was deeded to the City of Sidney by a group of local citizens in 1963. Services provided at the airport include:

  • Aircraft Cleaning and Detailing
  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Aircraft Rental
  • Car Rental/Use of Courtesy Car
  • Flight Instruction
  • Fueling
    • 100 LL Gasoline
    • Jet Fuel
  • Hangar Rental Including Overnight Rentals
  • Parking/Tie-down Area

Development Opportunities

The airport also has future development opportunities available for those interested in building their own aircraft hangar.

Quick Airport Facts

  • 37 aircraft ranging from single and multi-engine piston to three jet engine aircraft are housed at the airport
  • 246-degree radial 5.7 DME off the ROD VOR 117.50
  • Airport boundary is approximately 265 acres
  • Coordinates are N40-14.47 W084-09.05
  • The crosswind runway (5/23) is 2,981 feet long and 50 feet wide and will accommodate aircraft weighing less than 60,000 pounds in most operational conditions
  • Elevation is 1,045
  • Experiences 20,500 annual operations per year
  • Is a listed General Aviation facility
  • Operates a dual runway system
  • The primary runway (10/28) is 5,013 feet long and 75 feet wide and is lighted with pilot controlled lighting and precision approach path indicator (PAPI) lights
  • Terminal building complete with weather briefing center and lounge area