About the Airport

Located two nautical miles west of downtown Maryville, at an elevation of 1,150-feet above sea level, the Northwest Missouri Regional Airport is a municipally owned, public use general aviation airport.

Built following World War II, the airport was originally named the Maryville Memorial Airport and was renamed to the Northwest Missouri Regional Airport in 2003. The Northwest Missouri Regional Airport covers an area of 171 acres and has a 4,600 linear foot paved runway.

A five (5) member Airport Advisory Board is appointed by the Mayor and tasked with providing vision for the future development of the airport by the annual submission of a Capital Investment Plan (CIP). The CIP is submitted to the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Aviation Division and ensures that the airport maintains a proactive approach to meeting the needs of businesses, industries, residents and visitors to the community.

The Airport Terminal Building provides amenities that can be used both by pilots and by the general public. If you are looking to have a group meeting or need a quiet room for training purposes, the conference room is an excellent choice to meet your needs. Equipped with free wi-fi and use of audio-visual equipment, the airport conference room provides an excellent space to meet all of your business or personal needs. Call and reserve the conference room for your event today!