General Aviation

Pueblo Airport

General Aviation
Community & Airport Background
The City of Pueblo is located in southern Colorado, approximately 40 miles south of Colorado Springs and 110 miles south of Denver. Pueblo is at the junction of I-25 - a major north-south interstate stretching from Las Cruces, New Mexico to Buffalo, Wyoming - and U.S. Highway 50 - an east-west highway that runs from Dodge City, Kansas; through the Rocky Mountains; across Utah and Nevada; and ends in Sacramento, California.

Pueblo is also a busy railroad junction, with tracks used by both Union Pacific and BNSF railroads. The location in respect to transportation infrastructure makes Pueblo an ideal location for material moving and distribution companies.

Airport Uses

According to the latest data available from the Colorado State Demography Office, the City of Pueblo, with a population of 106,595, was the seventh largest city in the state of Colorado in 2010.

According to the data, the 6 larger cities in the state include, respectively:
  • Denver
  • Colorado Springs
  • Aurora
  • Lakewood
  • Fort Collins
  • Westminster
The airport is located approximately 5 miles northeast of the Central Business District of Pueblo and is used for:
  • Charter, Military, and Business Flights
  • Commercial Passenger Service
  • General Aviation
  • Flight Training
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