Richfield Municipal Airport

Central Utah's Aviation Entryway

Central Utah’s aviation entryway is the Richfield Airport. We are located right in the heart of Utah, adjacent to the Golf course, with 7,500 operations logged last year. More than 30 General Aviation airplanes call the facility “home”.

The Airport maintains a 6,645 X 75 foot lighted runway with PAPPI lights. The Airport is used regularly for cargo and charter operations. Currently there are no regularly scheduled passenger operations at the Airport due to the close proximity to Salt Lake City. Instrument approach is in place on runway 19/01 to accommodate aircraft in less than ideal weather. Richfield Airport, where “excellence” matters, provides convenient access to the rapidly developing business, recreational, and manufacturing enterprises located in Central Utah. As the aviation entryway to the region many executive jet flights are landing at the Airport every year and the number is growing. Because Richfield airport is located in central Utah you have convenient access to all the national parks, monuments, scenery, fishing, hunting and Piute trails.

Richfield Airport underwent a $25,000,000 renovation back in 2015.  The project included moving airport road, building a new runway and taxiway, updating and moving the fuel facilities, and building a new terminal and apron.


Adam Robinson

Airport Manager
Adam has been the Richfield City Airport Manager since 2015. He has 16+ years experience in aviation.

Lee Holoman

Grounds Keeper
Lee has been working at the airport for many years. He loves aviation and is the only acrobatic pilot on the field.

Aldo Gonzales

Aldo is new to the team. He is dedicated to his job and making sure his customers leave satisfied.

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