A. Paul Vance Fredericktown Regional Airport
Welcome to the A. Paul Vance Fredericktown Airport, a testament to the dreams of a few visionary men who recognized the promise of aviation. This airport, which started as a modest runway measuring just 1500 feet south of Mine LaMotte in the 1950s, has evolved over the years to become a 4000-foot runway that can accommodate small jets.
For more than two decades, a humble mobile home trailer served as the airport's terminal building. But in 2011, the airport completed construction on a brand new terminal building. This milestone was celebrated with a special ceremony in August of that year.
In honor of A. Paul Vance, a man whose passion for aviation and community development has inspired countless others, the airport was officially renamed the A. Paul Vance Fredericktown Airport. We are proud to continue his legacy and vision, welcoming pilots and passengers from across the region to experience the beauty and convenience of this growing airport.
Paul Vance Regional Airport
1935 Highway OO
Fredericktown, MO 63645
FAA Identifier: H88