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The Ohio State University Airport

The Ohio State University Airport - Don Scott Field (KOSU) is one of the leading general aviation facilities in the nation and strategically located 7 miles northwest of Ohio State's main campus and 10 miles Columbus Downtown surrounded by the City of Dublin and Worthington. KOSU is the primary general facility serving The Ohio State University and the surrounding central Ohio communities. KOSU is owned and operated by the university's College of Engineering.

Today, KOSU is home to more than 150 aircraft ranging from single engine to business jets including flight departments from various Fortune 500 companies and has ranked among the top 5% of airports nationwide and Ohio's fourth busiest airport in the number of aircraft operations with approximately 75,000 annual operations. KOSU offers a FAA Part 139-certified airport with snow and ice control plan, on-site Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting vehicle, on-site wildlife management and FAA contracted ATC services available daily from 0700 to 2300. For more information about our airport, please visit:

The Ohio State University FBO is the sole FBO staffed by professional Customer Service and Line Service personnel trained by NATA Safety 1st. Our FBO offers a wide variety of services:

-EPIC Aviation Fuel

-Instant fuel volume discounts

-De-icing Services Type-I and Type-IV

-Easy ground vehicle ramp access

-Part 145 Certified Repair Station

-Restaurant and car rental on-site

phone +1 614 292 5580
fax +1 614 292 5070
2160 West Case Road Columbus
Columbus Junction, United States