Salina Airport reopens primary runway
Salina Regional Airport’s (SLN) primary runway 17/35 has reopened after a $1.8 million resurfacing project was completed on the northern 4,800 feet. The runway has been shut down since early April.
The project was funded by an Economic Development Program grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation. The runway rehabilitation project included milling the existing runway and overlaying new asphalt.
The KDOT grant enables the Salina Airport to host multiple flight tests as well as federal agency, civilian, and military aviation events during 2022. The total direct economic impact of all events exceeds $7 million.
The southern 7,500 feet of runway 17/35 are set for resurfacing from July 1 through September 7.
Pilots using the Salina Airport are reminded to check NOTAMS for details concerning all airfield maintenance and construction activity.
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