A plane prepares to take off from the Kent State University Airport in Stow, Ohio. The airport provides flight training for Kent State students in the aeronautics program.
Kent State University offers a flight technology program that trains students to receive private and commercial pilot certificates with an instrument rating. The program is operated at the Kent State University Airport with a fleet of 23 single engine and two twin engine aircraft.
The Kent State University Airport serves as the flight training facility for Kent State's flight technology program, which trains students to receive private and commercial pilot certificates with an instrument rating.
The Kent State Airport, located in nearby Stow, is home to the university’s aeronautics program. The field is named after Andrew Paton, a KSU professor who taught the university’s first aerospace course in 1947
Serving the Community Since 1917
Kent State University Airport has a team of airport/aviation professionals to meet your personal and business aviation needs.
As a top Ohio undergraduate and graduate school, Kent State's eight campuses offer the resources of a large university with the friendly atmosphere of a liberal arts college. Enroll today to start pursuing your future at one of the best colleges in Ohio. We’ve been educating graduates for over 100 years; join us today.
Kent State University Kent, Ohio 44242 Phone: 330-672-3000