OXD Airport is a general aviation airport in Oxford, Ohio, spanning more than 300 acres with one 4,000-foot runway in Southwestern Ohio. The airport is owned by Miami University and operated by the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The airport was opened in 1940 as part of a government initiative from President Franklin D. Roosevelt called the Civil Pilots Training Program.
OXD offers fuel, hangar lease opportunities, and a pilot lounge with snack options and restrooms.
OXD’s commitment to diversity includes facilitating the participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) in all contractual opportunities at the OXD Airport. It is the policy of OXD to ensure that DBEs have an equal opportunity to participate in federally-funded contracts and concessions opportunities.
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