Clarinda Municipal – Schenck Field Airport (ICL)

CLARINDA, IOWA

    Primary Runway:  02/20, 5,000′ x 75′
Approach Type:  Non-precision with vertical guidance
Fuel:  100LL, Jet A
Based Aircraft:  23
Fixed Base Operator: Full Service

IOWA’S MARKET CONNECTIONS

Data collection from the SASP 2020 showed that airports are used for a variety of aeronautical uses that promote the economy, welfare, and vitality of local communities. Airports keep rural communities vibrant and connected to the air transportation system.

Clarinda Municipal – Schenck Field Airport (ICL)

A BASIC SERVICE AIRPORT

Basic Service Airport

Basic service airports are those that have runways over 3,000 feet and services that meet recreational general aviation activity.

DIFFERENT ROLES FOR DIFFERENT NEEDS

A highly-functioning transportation system has airports with varying facilities and services that serve distinct roles. Iowa’s airport system is stratified into five roles that aid the Aviation Bureau in planning and prioritizing airport improvement and maintenance projects. These roles help the Aviation Bureau drive Iowa airports to best serve their market niche and user base.

FACILITY AND SERVICE OBJECTIVES

Facility and service objectives were identified to help guide future development, creating a path for each airport to best serve its market. Existing airport conditions are compared to the objectives for each role; projects are recommended when a deficiency is noted.

FUTURE AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT NEEDS

Development needs from 2021-2030 for this airport include system plan recommendations, the airport’s current capital improvement program (CIP), and identified pavement maintenance.