Runway construction will be complete by August 31, 2018. Please be aware of equipment and crews present on airport property.
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On May 19, 1938, the first landing was made at what was to become Sulphur Springs Municipal Airport by an air mail pilot. Now offering flight training, fuel, FBO and maintenance services, and serving as home to the flight departments of several local corporations, KSLR held its 75th anniversary in 2013.
Read the article by Janice Wood, originally published in General Aviation News.
Experimental Aircraft Association
EAA Chapter 1094 meets the third Saturday of every month. Meetings are held at 9:00 AM in the Sulphur Springs (KSLR) Terminal.
Airport of the Year
Sulphur Springs Municipal Airport has had many improvements over the years including runway, ramp, fuel systems and terminal updates. In 2003, Sulphur Springs Municipal Airport was named Airport of the Year by the Texas Department of Transportation Aviation Division.