Charter to and from Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport

About Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport (PKB, KPKB)

Situated 6 nautical miles northeast of the downtown of Parkersburg, West Virginia, Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport is a public airport in Wood County. The airport is owned and operated by the Wood County Airport Authority. Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport is used for general aviation and serves the Mid-Ohio Valley Area. It is considered as a non-primary commercial service airport, according to the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. Contour Airlines is the leading airline serving the airport with Charlotte being the top destination. Covering 1,103 acres, Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport features two asphalt paved runways.

There are 59 aircraft based on the field of Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport, such as multiple-engine airplanes, helicopters, military aircraft, jet airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport provides are local general aviation, military, commercial, air taxi, and transient general aviation.

Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport (PKB, KPKB) Private Jet Charter

Airports near Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport

  1. ATO, Ohio University, Athens, Greece.
  2. CKB, Benedum, Clarksburg, United States.
  3. CRW, Yeager, Charleston, United States.
  4. GWV, Glendale, Glendale, Zimbabwe.
  5. PKB, Wood County, Parkersburg, United States.
  6. ZZV, Zanesville, Zanesville, United States.

Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport (PKB, KPKB) Information

IATA CodePKB
Local CodeKPKB
Latitude39.345
Longitude-81.439444
TypePublic
Longest Runway7,240 ft
Elevation859 ft / 262 m
Airport WebsiteMid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport
Airport Address543 Co Rte 31/1, Williamstown, WV 26187, United States

Weather for Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport

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