Creve Coeur Airport

Breaking News: This is an urgent message from the Creve Coeur Airport Improvement Corporation to all tenants and hangar owners: Due to the recent amount of rainfall in the area, there is a possibility of water getting onto the Creve Coeur Airport property. Anyone with items of value which could be affected by the increasing incursion of water onto their premises should be aware of this situation and take appropriate action. We will try to keep you advised through this website and the airport's Facebook page. Also you can call the airport office for updates. The airport is consulting with the Howard Bend Levee District and the surrounding property owners in an effort to gauge the threat from Creve Coeur Lake. This is not an issue with the Howard Bend Levee itself or the Creve Coeur Creek levee. We are gathering information as it comes in to us and we will do our best to keep everyone informed. 

 

Welcome to our new website. Creve Coeur Airport's mission is to provide a home for general aviation in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The airport is a designated Type II General Aviation Reliever under the FAA's NIPIAS program. 

 

Creve Coeur Airport is actually located in the City of Maryland Heights but the airport gets its name from nearby Creve Coeur Lake, also located in Maryland Heights. We provide a home for light business aircraft, antiques, classics, warbirds, sport aviation, and homebuilt aircraft. Our central location is a great bonus for aviation enthusiasts who live in St. Charles County as well as St. Louis County.

 

Creve Coeur Airport is known around the world as a haven for antique planes and is the home of the Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum which has over fifty antique and vintage planes on display. One of the finest aircraft restoration shops in the nation, Old Style Aircraft is based at Creve Coeur. Check out their new website! The airport is also home to many privately owned antiques and classic planes, many of which have been featured in well-known national and international magazines. Although the antique planes have given Creve Coeur Airport worldwide exposure, we also have a diverse general aviation customer base. The airport is constantly evolving and looks forward to being a catalyst for responsible development in the Howard Bend Planning District for many years to come.

 

We welcome your comments and suggestions. If you see something we need to correct, please let us know. If you have a favorite airport website that includes features that you would like to see here, send us a link. Our goal is to make this website useful for customers who are based on the field and informative for visitors who are planning a trip to Creve Coeur Airport. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Landings!