Dubuque Regional Airport



The Dubuque Regional Airport ( IATA: DBQ, ICAO: KDBQ ) is the airport of the city of Dubuque in Dubuque County in the U.S. state of Iowa. It is located 13.5 kilometers southwest of the city. The airport is owned by the City of Dubuque, and is used for general aviation, as well as scheduled and charter traffic in the region at the interface of the three states of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.


The Dubuque Regional Airport is located near the Mississippi, which further forms the border with Illinois and a few miles north to Wisconsin. Just north of the airport to meet and the freeway -developed U.S. Highway 151 and U.S. Highway 61 and run on a common route for north-east to Dubuque.


The Dubuque Regional Airport has a total area of around 400 hectares. It has two runways with concrete flooring and is open all day. For the handling of passengers, the airport has one terminal with three gates and one jetway and a baggage handling system has. At the airport there are two rental stations.


American Eagle Airlines and Chautauqua Airlines fly several times a day to the Chicago O'Hare airport.


At the airport a total of 74 aircraft are based. Of these, 61 single-engine and multi-engine propeller planes eleven and two jets. There are 133 aircraft movements a day.