The Osceola Municipal Airport in Arkansas is a public-use airport located three miles northwest of the central business district of Osceola. It is owned by the City of Osceola and is used for general aviation purposes. The airport has one runway and is served by a single FBO, Osceola Aviation. The airport offers a variety of services, including fuel, aircraft maintenance, flight instruction, and charter services. The airport also has a restaurant and a conference room. The airport is conveniently located near several attractions, including the Mississippi River, the St. Francis National Forest, and the White River National Wildlife Refuge.
Osceola Municipal Airport is located in Osceola, Arkansas. Nearby cities include Blytheville, Wilson, and Dyess. Nearby airports include Blytheville Municipal Airport, Wilson Municipal Airport, and Jonesboro Municipal Airport.
FAA ID: 7M4
Size: small airport
Elevation: 234 feet