About St. Louis Downtown Airport (CPS, KCPS)
The second busiest general aviation airport in St. Louis region and the most active airport outside of Chicago in Illinois, St. Louis Downtown Airport provides unobtrusive, convenient, and safe air service. The airport is located a mile east of Cahokia, a scenic village in St. Clair County. This public use airport is also just three miles from the Gateway Arch and covers up to 1,000 acres. St. Louis Downtown Airport boasts a growing number of the world-class facilities, including two terminals and three concrete and asphalt surfaced runways in fair condition.
There are 204 aircraft based on the field of the St. Louis Downtown Airport, such as gliders airplanes, helicopters, jet airplanes, multi-engine airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations the airport provides include transient general aviation, local general aviation, commercial, military, and air taxi.