About WK Kellogg Regional Airport (BTL, KBTL)
Situated just 3 nautical miles west of the city center of Battle Creek, Michigan, W. K. Kellogg Airport is a joint civil-military, public use airport in Calhoun County, which is owned by the city of Battle Creek. Also renowned as W. K. Kellogg Regional Airport, W. K. Kellogg Airport is categorized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a regional general aviation facility. Apart from general aviation, W. K. Kellogg Airport provides corporate flight and air cargo operations. Covering an area of about 1,500 acres, W. K. Kellogg Airport boasts multiple facilities and features three asphalt surfaced runways in good condition.
There are 109 aircraft based on the field of W. K. Kellogg Airport, such as multi-engine airplanes, helicopters, jet airplanes, military aircraft, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations W. K. Kellogg Airport provides are transient general aviation, military, air taxi, commercial, and local general aviation.