Cape Girardeau Regional Airport
The Cape Girardeau Regional Airport ( IATA: CGI, ICAO: KCGI ) is the airport of the city of Cape Girardeau in Cape Girardeau County in the southeast of the U.S. state of Missouri. It is located 13.8 kilometers south of the city in Scott County. The airport is owned by the city of Cape Girardeau and is used for general aviation in the region on the border between the states of Missouri and Illinois.
The Cape Girardeau Regional Airport is about 4 km west of the Mississippi River, which forms the border with Illinois. The airport has direct access to Interstate 55, which is the shortest route from St. Louis to Memphis.
The Cape Girardeau Regional Airport has a total area of around 225 hectares. It has two runways surfaced with concrete or asphalt and concrete paving, and is open all year daily from 6:00-22.00 clock.
Cape Air flies several times daily to the Lambert -Saint Louis International Airport.
At the airport a total of 44 aircraft are based. Of these, 30 single-engine and multi-engine propeller aircraft eight, four jets and two helicopters. There are 66 aircraft movements a day.