Columbus Regional Airport Authority



The Columbus Regional Airport Authority is an independent, governmental entity responsible for the operation of three Central Ohio airports: Port Columbus International Airport (CMH, focus on commercial air service), Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK, emphasis on cargo and passenger charter flights), and Bolton Field (TZR, a corporate and general aviation airport).

The Board of Directors, composed of nine business and community leaders, is the governing body of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority. Four members of the Board are appointed by the Mayor of the City of Columbus with the advice and consent of City Council, four are appointed by the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, and one member is appointed jointly by the Mayor and the Franklin County Board of Commissioners to serve four-year staggered terms.

Mission: To operate Port Columbus, Rickenbacker and Bolton Field airports in a manner which provides passengers, businesses and the community the highest level of safety, satisfaction and economic benefit.
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