Airport Information

Ogden Regional Airport (OGD) is a municipal airport with commercial flights, general aviation service, and affordable, high-quality space for other aviation and aerospace uses. From aerospace engineering to skydiving, you can find it all at OGD!

Commercial Service

Allegiant Air offers commercial service from Ogden to Phoenix/Mesa, AZ. From Mesa, Allegiant offers connecting flights to many other destinations. 

Airport Details 

OGD is an FAA certified Part 139 airport, with an FAA control tower, two runways, and an all-weather, 24-hour precision ILS approach capability. DC-9s, MD-80s and B-737/727 class aircraft regularly use the airport for cargo and charter operations. The airport is also a weather diversion alternative for Salt Lake International Airport.

Private Aircraft 

Ogden Regional Airport is Utah's busiest municipal airport for more than 300 private aircraft based at the airport. With the recent addition of commercial and charter passenger service, the airport is growing rapidly.

Fixed Base Operators 

Three fixed-base operators (FBOs) provide fueling services at Ogden Regional Airport, as well as other aviation services: Kemp Jet Services, CB Jet Center / CB Skyshare, and Mountain Valley Aviation. Other companies at the airport offer aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul. There are multiple flight schools at OGD. For more information, please visit Airport Services.

Aviation & Aerospace Facilities 

Ogden Regional Airport hosts operations for several aerospace and defense companies, including Northrop Grumman, Williams International, and Borsight. Ogden is home to a growing aerospace and advanced manufacturing cluster, and our airport shares airspace with nearby Hill Air Force Base. Existing hangars and build-to-suit options at the Kemp Ogden Gateway Center make Ogden Regional Airport an ideal location for aviation and aerospace companies.