About Columbia Regional Airport (COU, KCOU)
Situated around 10 nautical miles southeast of the center of Columbia, a city in Boone County, MO, Columbia Regional Airport is a public-use airport that offers general aviation services. The airport is owned by the city of Columbia and served by 2 commercial airlines, namely United Airlines and American Airlines. It is the only commercial airport in Mid-Missouri, which is frequently used for private charter flights. Columbia Regional Airport is categorized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a primary commercial service airport.
The airport features a number of facilities, including two concrete and asphalt paved runways. There are around 45 aircraft based on the field of Columbia Regional Airport, such as multi-engine airplanes, single-engine airplanes, helicopter, and jet airplanes. The major aircraft operations include local general aviation, transient general aviation, commercial, military, and air taxi.