About La Crosse Regional Airport
Situated 5 miles northwest of the city center of La Crosse, Wisconsin, La Crosse Regional Airport, formerly known as La Crosse Municipal Airport, is a public use city-owned airport in La Crosse County. It lies in the northern part of French Island. La Crosse Regional Airport is categorized by FAA’s National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a non-hub primary commercial service facility. It covers an area of 1,380 acres and has three asphalt and concrete surfaced runways.
There are 74 aircraft based on the field of La Crosse Regional Airport, including single-engine airplanes, multi-engine airplanes, helicopters, and jet airplanes. The major aircraft operations La Crosse Regional Airport provides are transient general aviation, air taxi, military, commercial, and local general aviation.