Wray Municipal Airport is located in Wray, Colorado and is owned by the City of Wray. It is a public-use airport with one runway and is used for general aviation. The airport is served by one commercial airline, Great Lakes Airlines, which provides service to Denver International Airport. The airport also offers a variety of services, including aircraft maintenance, fueling, and flight instruction. The airport is home to several businesses, including a restaurant, a hotel, and a car rental agency. The airport is also home to the Wray Airport Museum, which houses a variety of aircraft and aviation artifacts.
Wray Municipal Airport is located in Wray, Colorado. Nearby cities include Yuma, Colorado; Holyoke, Colorado; and Julesburg, Colorado. Nearby airports include Akron/Washington County Airport (AKO) in Akron, Colorado; Sterling Municipal Airport (STK) in Sterling, Colorado; and Phillips County Airport (PHA) in Holyoke, Colorado.
FAA ID: 2V5
Size: small airport
Elevation: 3667 feet