Canyonlands Airport is perfectly positioned to serve the needs of all general and business aviation users. It has the ability to accommodate a wide range of commercial activities, making it southeastern Utah's perfect location.
Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS)
24 Hour Weather
Frequency: 118.525 Megahertz
Fixed Base Operator (FBO) Services
FBO services are provided by Redtail Air. They offer Chevron 100LL and jet A fuel and a full range of services.
Chevron 100LL and Jet A fuel
Lounge and pilot supplies
Remote Communications Outlet (RCO)
Frequency: 122.3 Megahertz
Permits radio communication with the Cedar city Flight Service Station which serves the airport
7,100 Feet by 75 Feet, Asphalt Permeable Friction Course (PFC) in Excellent Condition
Right-hand traffic on RWY 21.
Airport Elevation is 4553 Feet
Global Positioning System (GPS) Approach
Medium Intensity Runway Lights
Nonprecision VHF Omnidirectional Range (VOR) Approach
The VOR is not an airway navigation facility, therefore the operational status should be checked before using.
Precision Approach Path Lights (PAPI) and Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL)