Denton Enterprise Airport is a city owned general aviation airport in Denton, Texas. It is the oldest operating airport in the country and it is within thirty minutes of Downtown Dallas and Fort Worth.
There are more than 200 aircrafts based on-site including Cessna 152s, 172s, 182S’s, Beechcraft A36 Bonanzas and King Air C90GTx’s. The ground facilities on-site include a fixed-base operator, fuel services and hangar rental.
Tours of the airport are available for groups of 5 to 20 people on Wednesdays from 9:00am to 4:00pm. There is no charge for the tour, however riders are asked to donate $5.00 per person to offset fuel and tour guide expenses.
The airport hosts an annual open house the first Saturday in October from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The free event includes static aircraft displays and tours of the air traffic control tower.
There are two restaurants on-site including Red Sky Cafe and Tap House and Dan’s Silverleaf, a music venue. Denton Enterprise Airport is a regular stop for air-taxi service, as well as an alternate to Dallas Love Field and DFW.
There are occasional historical reenactments at the airport including World War II fighter planes and a B-17 bomber visit in May 2013. In July, 2014 the airport hosted WWII era aircraft for ground displays and flight demonstrations.
The airport is near the Denton Municipal Airport Golf Course and UNT campus, as well as within walking distance of Texas Womans University. It is also adjacent to the American Airpower Heritage Museum.
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