Latest Airport News
Noise Abatement News
Welcome To Centennial Airport
Centennial Airport (IATA: APA, ICAO: KAPA), is conveniently located in the center of The Denver Tech Center, surrounded by 23 individual business parks, and only 13 miles from downtown Denver. The airport opened on May 13, 1967 and has grown steadily since that time to become the 3rd busiest General Aviation airport and among the top 25 busiest of all types of airports. Centennial Airport is an international facility with 24 hour US Customs, and a 24/7 Federal Aviation Administration control tower, and all weather capability. We have three runways, ranging from 4800 feet to 10,000 feet in length.
Centennial Airport is used regularly by a variety of very important flights, such as Flight for Life, various medical flights, and Law Enforcement among others. The airport also offers support for a number of flight schools, flying clubs, air charter services, aircraft sales services and aircraft maintenance services, as well as being an important hub for commerce and trade. The economic impact of the airport to the local community is estimated at nearly $1 billion annually.
Centennial Airport offers fingerprinting services
|Centennial Airport is certified by the National Air Transportation Association Compliance Services and is able to offer fingerprinting services. Please visit our Fingerprint page for further information on this service.|
Centennial Airport does not offer any scheduled passenger air carrier service. Centennial Airport provides charter services only, which you may find on our web site's "